SEVERAL busy footpaths across Renfrew are set to be closed for up to NINE months. 

Ferry Road, Crofton Way and Andrew Avenue are all going to be affected as Scottish Water is set to do repair works. 

Ferry Road will be closed on the east side only between Orchard Street and Kings Inch Road from Monday, February 5 until Friday, November 29.

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Crofton Way will be closed between Kings Inch Road and Kenley Road from Monday, February 12 until Friday, November 29.

And Andrew Avenue, between Kings Inch Road and Kenley Road, will close the following month on Monday, March 4 until Friday, November 29.

Residents and business owners are warned that vehicles left in the area will be moved once works commence.

Alternative routes are in place for each closure with people able to divert to Kings Inch Road – Laymoor Avenue – Kenley Road for the Crofton Way and Andrew Avenue closure.

Diversions for the Ferry Road footpath closure will see people access via the westbound footway to the traffic signal crossing point at Station Road.