A scheme to bring life back to some of Hawick's most historic buildings has been launched.
The Hawick regeneration scheme is a five-year project which Scottish Borders Council hopes will bring empty properties back into use, and encourage general repairs to some of the town's most recognisable structures.
Almost £2m was secured from Scottish Borders Council, Historic Environment Scotland, and the South of Scotland Economic Partnership.
Six buildings have been prioritised, the majority stand on the High Street:
- Former Glenmac Mill, Teviot Crescent
- 4 Round Close
- 24 High Street
- 26 High Street
- Former Queens Head, 32 High Street
- Former Liberal Club, 80 High Street/Brougham Place
The Council secured similar town centre schemes, including those successfully completed in Kelso and Selkirk and that ongoing in Jedburgh.