A BUSY Southside road will be undergoing "complex" repairs for around three months - starting from next week. 

We previously reported that Kilmarnock Road, from Carment Drive to Eastwood Avenue, will be down to one lane under temporary traffic lights.

Drivers are being reminded that works, by Scottish Water, will start on Monday, January 10.

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Engineers will be digging six metres deep to access a damaged section of sewer.

A temporary solution, currently in operation to reduce the risk of flooding, will remain in place until permanent repairs are delivered by contractors George Leslie Ltd.

Trefoil Avenue will also be closed at the Kilmarnock Road junction.

Georgina Reid, Scottish Water’s corporate affairs regional manager, previously said: “Due to its location, this is a complex repair and we recognise that this work will cause some disruption.

“I would like to reassure customers, businesses, commuters and the wider community we will do all we can to minimise disruption and ensure they are kept informed at all times.”