Scottish authorities will pay people moving to the outer islands

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 Scottish authorities will pay people who move to outlying islands

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The Scottish government plans to pay £50,000 to young people and families who want to move to the outlying islands.

According to the Daily Mail, even a family from Ecuador itself showed interest.

The so-called “golden greetings” will be offered within a few weeks. They are an attempt by the government to address the depopulation of the Scottish islands, where the population ranges from one person to 20,000.

move to the mainland.

The allocated funds will allow people to buy, build or renovate houses, as well as start a business to help them lead a sustainable life on the islands.

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