A North-east town is set to feature in a new BBC series.
Chapelton, which is five miles south of Aberdeen and is Scotland’s largest planned new town, is set to appear in ‘How Scotland Works’.
The episode is due to air on April 26 and will showcase emerging developments and their communities.
Director of Elsick Development Company David Carnegie, the Duke of Fife, said: “How Scotland Works has been an exciting project for us to be involved with.
“The episode will give people across the country a great insight into how quickly a new community is forming and the success of the development so far.
“With more than 70 homes in Chapelton occupied and over 80 properties sold or reserved, work is now well underway on phase two of the development.
“We look forward to seeing how the series captures this progress.”