A restaurant in Bridge of Weir has issued an update as work started this week to tackle sewer flooding in the village.

We previously reported how the village's Main Street has been reduced to one lane near the junction with Mill Brae.

Temporary traffic lights are in operation and there are parking restrictions in place to allow vehicles to wait for the green light safely.

The work is expected to be completed by the end of November.

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Carlo Di Ciacca, owner of the nearby Amaretto Italian Kitchen & Bar, has now confirmed that its car park will remain open while work takes place.

In a Facebook post, he wrote: "You will notice it will be a little more challenging to park in the village due to Scottish water replacing some essential pipes along the majority of Main Street.

"There will be temporary traffic lights and suspension of parking for large parts of Main Street for the next four months. 

"Anything to improve our village and not have constant flooding outside our building during heavy rainfall will be a bonus (eventually) in our book. 

"Our car park will remain open and accessible at all times to patrons and we hope you continue to support us and all the other independent businesses in the village who will be affected during this time."

Scottish Water has apologised for any inconvenience caused and thanked local residents, businesses and road users for their patience and understanding while these essential works are carried out.