A Glasgow has demanded changes after road closures stopped him from going to and from his home.

Paul Moss, who lives in the Mosspark area of the city, told of his struggles as road blocks were put in place on several days last month.

Restrictions were in place during concerts at the park, including Muse on June 23, Arctic Monkeys on June 25 and Guns N' Roses on June 27.

Glasgow Times: Guns n' Roses fans queuing at Bellahouston ParkGuns n' Roses fans queuing at Bellahouston Park (Image: Colin Mearns, Newsquest)

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He said: "We got a leaflet that they put a time restriction on access to the properties.

"And for some reason, they decided that nobody was getting in and out of the area outwith these times.

"I had things that were planned and organised and, like many people, I couldn't change them last minute.

"When I spoke to them about this, I was told I would have to make other arrangements, I will not be allowed in.

"I had to either get in before they close the road or wait until 2am, when they open them again."

Glasgow Times: Muse fans before the concertMuse fans before the concert (Image: Colin Mearns, Newsquest)

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The 63-year-old got home just in time from his children's rehearsal, which finished earlier than scheduled but he said if it ran as planned, they would have been locked out.

The family stays on Balloch Gardens, which is surrounded by Paisley Road West, Dumbreck Road, Mosspark Boulevard and Bellahouston Drive, all of which were closed to traffic between 9.30pm and 2am.

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He added: "In previous years, they had restrictions but we were allowed in from one end of the district, to get back home, as long as you had a pass.

"This year, for some reason, they decided that they are going to shut the road and nobody was to get in.

"They have taken the liberty of telling people that they can't come and go as they please because they want to have a concert to make money.

"I think somebody should be accountable for this, they should apologise and it should never happen again."

Glasgow Times: Bellahouston ParkBellahouston Park (Image: Jamie Simpson)

A Glasgow City Council spokesperson said: “We worked closely with DF Concerts and Police Scotland to promote road safety around the recent concerts at Bellahouston Park and to minimise disruption to local residents.

“As part of the traffic management arrangements, local residents were provided with a pass that would allow them through the various road restrictions that were in place.

“For a limited period, such as when spectators were leaving the venue, traffic movements were restricted for safety reasons and this measure was minimised as far as possible.

“We are sorry to learn that the resident had difficulties with traffic arrangements. We are keen to learn any lessons that can help improve arrangements around large-scale events at Bellahouston Park.”