A ROAD could be set to close in Clydebank for up to five days next month.

Faifley Road will be shut from Sunday, June 2 to allow Scottish Water to carry out ironwork repairs.

West Dunbartonshire Council announced the closure on their website.

However, they do note that it is anticipated the disruption will only be in place until 7am on Monday, June 3.

The works will be in place from the southern kerb line with Watchmeal Crescent in a westerly direction, for a distance of 100 metres or thereby.

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Only emergency vehicles, those permitted by signs and those engaged in authorised road works will be allowed entry.

All restrictions may only be applied in part, as and when signed/required, and will be kept to a minimum.

Access to all property and for pedestrians will be maintained.