A new school which had been at the centre of a row with a nudist is one of the latest to be constructed under a £1.8 billion Scottish Government scheme.
Muirfield Primary School in Arbroath has frosted glass in one of its stairwells so resident Antoni Bogulak can sunbathe without clothes on.
Mr Bogulak, a nudist for more than 40 years, said the window in question would overlook his garden and could have affected his ability to sit outside.
The new Muirfield and Ladyloan Primary Schools welcomed pupils in for the first time this week. They are the 99th and 100th new schools to be built as part of Scotland’s £1.8bn Schools for the Future Programme, which is managed by the Scottish Futures Trust.
Angus Council’s children and learning convener Derek Wann said: “These new schools are not only great places to learn, they will also be excellent and, we are sure, very popular community spaces.”
Both schools have been built on existing school grounds to minimise disruption.
The old buildings will be demolished to make way for car parks and sports pitches.