Scottish Water are working on a Bearsden burst pipe which is causing disruption in the area.

The damage is expected to leave homes without water for hours.

Scottish Water is warning residents to prepare for disruption as they frantically try to repair damage in Braemar Crescent.

The company has also confirmed they have no plans to provide water bottled at distribution locations.

Teams will be working in the area for around four hours while households may experience no water supply, low or intermittent pressure, and discoloured water.

Scottish Water reported the damage at around 1.50pm this afternoon and expect repairs to be completed by 6.30pm this evening.

Scottish Water said: “We are currently repairing a burst water pipe in Braemar Crescent which is causing the interruption to the water supply for customers in Bearsden.

“The full repair will take an estimated four hours from now to complete.

“The water supply will gradually return to normal for customers once the repair has been completed.

“We expect it will take up to an hour for all customers to have normal water supply restored.

“While we carry out the repair, please be aware that you may experience no water supply, low / intermittent pressure or discoloured water.

“At present we expect to complete the repair in a timeframe which means we do not plan to provide bottled at distribution locations.

“If you require additional support, please use this link to sign up as a Priority Services Customer.

“If you have experienced flooding due to this incident and need support, please call us on 0800 0778 778 or via one of the other methods on our contact us page.”

Scottish Water also tweeted about the issue to raise the alarm and issued an apology.

They said: "We are working hard to repair a burst main in #G61. 

"We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause."