An inner Hebridean island community is looking for residents to live in its four brand new eco-homes.
The Isle of Rum community trust is appealing for applicants to move off the mainland and enjoy the stunning location and take advantage of the housing and jobs on offer.
The ultra-modern two-bedroom homes sit on the edge of the village of Kinloch with dramatic views of the majestic Rum mountains.
The trust says the houses, which have been made possible with support from the Scottish Government’s rural and islands housing fund, remove a barrier to accessing the many working opportunities on the island.
Rum has a population of 40 adults and children.
The trust says its is looking for dynamic individuals or families, who are “keen to fit in to the island way of life and help drive positive change for this young and growing community.”
There is a primary and nursery school, and all homes have fibre broadband.
There are a wide range of job opportunities such as in childcare, food production, house maintenance, fish farming or marine and mountain tourism.
The deadline for applications is Monday April 6, with the houses due to be available for occupation by June.
Application forms and further information are available from email@example.com