Youngsters across Clydebank are being invited to take part in a creative challenge - launched today by architect and TV presenter, George Clarke.

The project is asking entrants from schools, universities and colleges across Scotland to help design a £25m complex-needs site in Perth.

The challenge is asking young people to create and submit their ideas on how a new inclusive community and sustainable building project at Bertha Park in Perth should look.

George Clarke, architect and TV presenter, said: “I'm really passionate about architecture, design and creating homes and communities that are innovative, beautiful, genuinely sustainable, and transform the quality of people's lives. For me, the best way for us to do that is to inspire young passionate people to help define the communities of their future.

“This challenge has categories and challenges for young people of all ages, from primary schools to postgraduates, and there are a range of tasks or design issues that they can take on.

“I hope through the challenge, it will give the young people of Scotland a taste for design that they’ll be inspired to pursue further and that they can follow the development of this inclusive community over the coming years as it comes to life. Above all, I hope they have fun taking part and imagining a great place to live in the future.”

Informative webinars will be hosted on March 9 and 10. For more details visit the event link here