The final phase of a 32-home development in Connel village, north of Oban, has been completed.
Argyll Community Housing Association (Acha) invited John Finnie, MSP for the Highlands and Islands, to carry out the official opening.
Pipe Major Angus MacColl played the March “Donald MacLean’s Farewell to Oban” at Friday’s event.
The 32 homes for rent provide a mixture of family and special needs housing, from one bedroom up to three bedroom.
With an investment of £4.9million, the project supported 37 jobs during the construction phase.
The development was funded in a three-way partnership between Acha, the Scottish Government and Argyll and Bute Council. Argyll company MacLeod Construction was the main contractor.
Alastair MacGregor, Acha chief executive, said: “I am delighted to see these badly needed homes completed, and to see families with young children moving into Connel. This development is about ensuring that we have decent, affordable housing in small villages in Argyll as well as in larger towns like Oban and Helensburgh.”
Mr Finnie added: “It is fantastic to see this important project reach completion. Providing high quality affordable homes to people in Argyll’s villages is more important than ever and I hope those moving in will spend many happy years here. Decent housing isn’t a luxury, it’s a basic human right. I congratulate Acha and everyone else involved in this ambitious project and look forward to continuing to support the housing association in its vital work.”