More eco-friendly homes could be built as part of a £10 million scheme announced by the Scottish Government.
The money is aimed at “affordable” homes that use environmentally friendly methods of off-site construction.
Walls, floors, pipes, kitchens and roofs can be assembled in a factory then taken to the site.
Applications for the fund can be made by councils, housing associations, builders and developers by December 20.
Infrastructure Secretary Nicola Sturgeon said: “The house-building industry makes a sizeable contribution to Scotland’s economic prosperity.”