A remote Scottish island is looking for residents to move into four new homes.
The Hebridean island of Rum is around 30 miles off the west coast and has a population of between 30-40.
It also boasts a primary and nursery school.
The community trust which runs the island said the four new “eco homes” were available for “affordable rent”.
The two-bedroom homes sit on the edge of the village of Kinloch and offer “high-quality fibre broadband”.
The trust said there were jobs in childcare, food production, house maintenance, fish farming or marine and mountain tourism.
Housing minister Kevin Stewart said: “We understand the challenges of developing affordable housing in rural and island areas, which is why the Scottish Government has provided vital funding of £454,000 to the Isle of Rum Community Trust through our Islands Housing Fund to make this project a reality.
“These four new energy efficient homes for affordable rent will provide safe, warm, quality places to live and contribute to the vibrancy and resilience of this island community.”
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