People living around the famous Mull of Galloway lighthouse could end up owning most of the historic site.
The company which has owned the site for nearly 200 years is selling off 30 acres of land and buildings.
A campaign is getting underway by some locals to try and secure the site.
As a result, The Mull of Galloway Trust has been set up.
Under Scottish law, the group get first refusal on the land after it has been valued by the Scottish Government.
The money to buy the site, which doesn't include the lighthouse, which is still operational and owned by the Northern Lighthouse Board, will come from a grant.
A meeting is being held next Thursday to try and get support from people living in the Kirkmaiden parish.
The chance to buy land and buildings that are being sold at Scotland's most southerly point is being called the chance of a lifetime. Steve Hardy, a director at The Mull of Galloway Trust, also siad there is plenty more work to do:
Steve Hardy is one of the directors of the Mull of Galloway Trust, he explained what will happen now the Northern Lighthouse Board has decided to sell the land and buildings around the Mull of Galloway lighthouse.
Land that has been part of the Mull of Galloway Lighthouse for the past 183 years is to be put up for sale. The Northern Lighthouse Board has decided to sell the 30 acre reserve on Scotland's most southerly point.
The sale includes all of the buildings apart from the actual lighthouse tower and the quarter decks. They will continue to be a fully operational navigation aid.