RESIDENTS are being alerted to five weeks of gas works on Glasgow's South Side.

SGN is beginning a £39,730 project to upgrade the gas network on Cavendish Street to replace old, metal gas mains with new plastic pipe to ensure a safe and reliable gas supply.

The project will start on Thursday, August 8 and last around five weeks and be split into two phases.


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Phase one, lasting three weeks, will see work start at the junction of Cavendish Street and Eglinton Street.

During this phase, the public footpath will be closed with an alternative walkway being set up.

In phase two, from Monday, August 26, work on Pollokshaws Road between numbers 239 and 265 will be carried out and temporary two-way traffic lights may be needed.

Updates can be found at


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Local councillor Soryia Siddique said: "I have been advised by SGN that a five week project will begin in August to upgrade the gas network in Cavendish Street.

"It is expected that there will be regular updates to inform residents and motorists of impact of the work on their travel and local environment.

"I look forward to the improved infrastructure and limited disruption."