Councillors in Aberdeen have agreed a five-year rolling plan to help boost affordable housing numbers in the city.
Members of Aberdeen City Council’s city growth and resources committee approved the Strategic Housing Investment Plan (SHIP).
This details how the council and other partners, including Registered Social Landlords, intend on delivering new affordable homes.
The SHIP, which is updated yearly, shows there is the possibility of completing 3,771 homes in the next five years.
Now it has the agreement of councillors, the document will be submitted to the Scottish Government to be signed off.
An Aberdeen City Council project to build an additional 2,000 homes in the city for social rent also forms part of the SHIP.
In the last financial year 356 affordable homes were built in the city.
Since April an extra 154 have been completed.