The first images of Donald Trump’s contentious plans for a £1 billion golf resort in the north east of Scotland, designed by Gareth Hoskins, have been released.
The artist’s impressions show the planned “village green”, potential views from the homes – all of which will have a view of the Aberdeenshire coastline - and an aerial image of the site.
Trump’s plans, which will eventually boast two 18-hole golf courses, 950 holiday homes, 36 golf villas, 500 houses, a 450-room hotel, conference facilities and a new clubhouse, will be on display to the public at the end of the week ahead of the developing the masterplan.
The plans for the Menie Estate resort have already received outline planning permission.
Gareth Hoskins Architects were brought in last year to take forward the masterplan for the project, replacing Wimberly Allison Tong & Goo.