Construction work has now started on the development of US tycoon Donald Trump's new £750m golf resort at the Menie Estate, Scotland.
According to the BBC, heavy machinery has now moved onto the site after plans for the scheme's championship golf course, driving range, short game area and putting green were given the green light.
Full planning consent for the latest stage of the project was approved by Aberdeenshire Council's Formartine committee on 29 June, with a guarantee to reinstate the site if the golf course is not completed.
Further planning applications, relating to the hotel and housing parts of Trump's golf resort development, are yet to be determined by the committee's members.
A council spokesperson said: "The committee heard the application before them would only allow construction of the championship golf course to begin. Further applications would be required before other elements of the wider development could proceed."