A designer has created his own house for just £15,000 - out of recycled fast food food wrappers and plastic bottles.
Bin designer Angus Carnie, 35, used his contacts in waste management to collect tonnes of rubbish and turn them into building materials.
For £15,000 he managed to build a two-bedroom detached house in just seven months.
The house features faux wooden logs made from compressed plastic and breeze blocks made from discarded hospital bedding.
The property is also solar and wind-powered, and his water supply comes from 90-litre tub on his roof which is filtered as it goes through to his taps
Pictures courtesy of Daily Mail and report courtesy of Daily Mirror