Regeneration firm Ballyconnelly and designer Stand will see 28 students design future community concepts
Two Scottish schools have been asked to design a brief for their ideal living environment.
The design project was initiated by regeneration firm Ballyconnelly Group who will be working with Scottish designer Stand with the two Inverclyde Schools.
The Community Space Programme will see 28 students from Notre Dame and St Columba's high schools create concepts for what they see their community of the future to look like.
The students have to consider safety, sociability and a pleasant environment.
Ballyconnelly willl spend time with each school over a three-week period offering the contestants architectural advice.