Consultation on plans for a new network of electricity pylons in Dumfries and Galloway ends tomorrow - but people can still submit feedback into the new year.
SP Energy Networks is planning to upgrade powerlines with new pylons between Kendoon and Tongland.
A series of consultation events took place across the region last month and people can comment on the proposed scheme until 13 January.
A third round of consultation on the detailed route alignments is expected to be carried out next year.
Subject to final approval by the Scottish Government, SP Energy Networks hopes to have the new system in use by 2023.
Netherby Hall sprawls across the Cumbrian countryside near Longtown, with the scenic views playing their part in the history of the mansion.
But the landscape could soon be ruined.
Scottish Power has proposed plans to build overhead pylons across the land where the mansion stands.
Lori Carnochan met Netherby Hall's owner, Gerald Smith:
More jobs are expected to come to the South of Scotland to upgrade the power supply network.
The first trainees to go through a unique programme with Scottish Power are now working in the region. Nine local people were recruited for the course at Dumfries and Galloway College.
The upgrading of the network will cost 10 million pounds and it's hoped more locals will find work on the power lines.
A cable was to blame for a power cut that left around 700 homes in Hawick without electricity, Scottish Power said.
The fault occured just after 8pm last night and the company said all homeswere reconnected within 2 and a half hours.
Scottish Power has apologised for the inconvenience it may have caused.