A ROAD in the South Side of Glasgow has re-opened a month after a devastating building fire. 

Shops and restaurants in Seaward Street were left gutted after the major fire, which took place on the early hours of December 16.

Around 60 firefighters and 12 appliances tackled were in attendance at the height of the blaze, with huge plumes of smoke visible across the River Clyde.

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The incident sparked power cuts in the area for several hours, with homes and businesses left without electricity. 

Scottish Fire and Rescue Service chiefs confirmed there were no reported casualties.

Diversions were put in place as the street was closed to traffic between Paisley Road West and the M8 eastbound off-slip to Scotland Street.

However, Glasgow City Council earlier confirmed that, after a month of closures, the road has now been fully re-opened to traffic.