Trump invested a reported 15 million euros ($20 million) back in February 2014 for the golf resort, which the application highlights has the ambition to one day host the Irish Open.
although, alongside the receding coastline, the real estate mogul has had to deal with plans to build wind turbines in close proximity in addition to an endangered microscopic snail of which needs preservation in addition to constant surveillance.
A quick fix solution to his resort falling into the sea — dumping tons of rocks on the site — in 2014 led to Trump coming head-to-head with local authorities, who served him with an enforcement notice. He then had a plan involving metal bars into the edge of dunes, which might allow the sand to naturally form once more. of which, however, never saw the light of day.
Trump’s different European golf course, in Scotland, is actually also causing local concern. In November, ecologists said they expected sand dunes there to lose conservation protection status because of president’s $1.3 billion dollar development.