Hundreds of new homes will be built in the Lake District in the next decade, in a bid to avert what many think is a growing housing crisis.
Young locals are faced with years of living with their parents or leaving the area because there simply aren't enough affordable homes.
Sarah Beaty and her boyfriend Shaun Taylforth, like most young couples in the Lake District, are keen to move out of their family homes.
However, they have been priced out the market when it comes to renting or buying.
The Lakeland Housing Trust has now turned an unused building into two affordable rental properties in the hamlet of Outgate near Hawkshead:
Thousands of tourists flock to the Lakes every year to enjoy the areas unspoilt beauty, but this is a quality that's incongruous with the need for more and more houses for locals.
For the people who run the park, housing is the number one social issue:
The housing trust provide local housing for rental by local people at an affordable rate, which helps them and the local communities: