Nearly 40 flood-hit homes and businesses in Peebles have been given extra flood protection in a multi-million pound scheme.
Properties in the Tweed Green, Tweed Avenue and Walkershaugh area of the town were flooded during Storm Frank in December 2015.
Flood gates and pumps have now been installed through a Scottish Borders Council initiative - the Peebles Property Level Protection Scheme.
The Scottish Government provided £2.4million to Scottish Borders Council to deal with the aftermath of the winter floods of 2015/16.
The £280,000 scheme means the 37 affected properties now have increased resilience to future flooding.
The council are also working to assess flood risks and create more ways to manage flooding in the surrounding communities.
Scottish Borders Council said:
The Cabinet Secretary for Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform said: