What will the trump golf near aberdeen course do for the local economy?
Now the plan for the 1 billion pound golf course has been accepted by the Scottish government how will it benefit the local area? how many jobs? how many visitors will it bring per year once it has been completed. I am from near aberdeen and im interested in how this could affect my area
Asked By: trend-records - 11/4/2008
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I think the only benefits to the local population will be the jobs it brings both during the building stage & the operational stage after it is up & running... More
Answered By: monkeyface - 11/4/2008
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it will be a playground for the rich and famous, ordinary joe public won't get near it, so i don't see what benefits the local community will be getting from it.
Answered By: SCOTCH MIST - 11/4/2008
Answered By: Angel - 11/4/2008
Initially there will be construction/destruction jobs (depending on your point of view)while this playground is built and I suppose later there will be jobs on the golf course etc paying minimum wage... More
Answered By: SeaEff - 11/4/2008
The £1bn resort, north of Aberdeen, will feature two 18-hole championship courses, four blocks of 950 timeshare flats, 500 private homes, 36 villas, a golf academy, housing for 400 staff connected by a coast road officially named "Trump Boulevard... More
Answered By: deano - 11/4/2008
The infrastructure plus the housing will bring added prosperity . Dont think it will concentrate purely on the up market aspect following the recent examp[le of financial problems at Loch Lomond . Jobs plus the obvious tourist spin offs . Although environmental issues are important think that it will be a big asset to... More
Answered By: Col - 11/4/2008
It can only be good for the local economy, bringing jobs to the area.
Answered By: ScreaminJock - 11/8/2008
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