PART of a residential road in Paisley is set to be closed for almost ten days next week.

Almond Crescent will be closed from properties 20-28 from Wednesday, January 24 until Thursday, February 1 - The remaining section of the road will be open.

The reason for the road closure is to allow Scottish Power to upgrade the power supply for homes in the area.

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Whilst works are taking place vehicles will not be able to park outside the homes at the section where it is closed.

There will be no impact to those on Dee Drive.

A Scottish Power Energy Network spokesperson said: “We are undertaking work to upgrade the power supply to properties in Almond Crescent.

"As part of this work, there will be a road closure outside properties 20 to 28 Almond Crescent from January 24 with the road reopening on 1 February.

"During the works, there will be no access to park cars outside these addresses however the remainder of Almond Crescent will be open and there will be no impact to Dee Drive.

"We would like to apologise to our customers for any inconvenience caused and thank them for their patience as we carry out this work.”