A CLYDEBANK road is set to close for up to five days next month.

Cherry Crescent will be shut from Monday, July 1 to allow Scottish Power to carry out upgrades to their network.

West Dunbartonshire Council announced the closure on their website.

The disruption will be in place from the northern extended kerb line with Hawthorn Street in a northern direction to O/S No. 9 Cherry Crescent, for a distance of 80 metres or thereby.

However, they do note that it is anticipated the closure will only be in place between 9am and 5pm during the scheduled dates, with the road reopening during the evenings. 

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.