A housing block built for ex-servicemen, by ex-servicemen has officially opened in the Millbay area of Plymouth.
The site on George Place had an official 'housewarming' celebration earlier today.
The Nelson Project self-build scheme has seen more than a year of hard work building the 24-home site, which includes 12 properties which were built by former service personnel who were looking for homes.
Now 12 former servicemen now live in the flats which they helped to build.
The veterans also completed a construction course and some now hold CSCS cards to enable them to find work in the construction industry.
Cade Rich served in the British Army for 7 years, doing a tour in Afghanistan during that time.
He was medically discharged, and struggling to find his feet until he was introduced to the project:
Housing Association, the DCH Group, helped support the building project.
The CEO Paul Crawford says he hopes to be involved in more schemes to house veterans in Plymouth:
Watch Nick Smith's report in full here (construction pictures from Forces News):