An Aberdeen road is set to close for four days in order to protect public safety during BT repair works.
The closure, which affects Clarence Street in Aberdeen, between its junctions with Lime Street and Church Street will be in place from 7.30am on January 15 until 4pm on January 19.
At the same time as the closure, there will also be a one-way restriction on Lime Street between its junctions with Clarence Street and Waterloo Quay, with vehicles only able to travel southbound.
A prohibition of waiting will be in place on both sides of the road on each of the streets affected by closures.
Fraser Bell, head of legal and democratic services at Aberdeen City Council, said: “Illegally parked cars will be removed at the owners’ expense.
“During this time the one-way restriction on Clarence Street, Aberdeen, between its junctions with Lime Street and Church Street will be suspended.
“The restrictions are in the interests of public safety during repairs works by British Telecom.”
An alternative route while the closures are in place is available via Lime Street, Waterloo Quay and Church Street.
While the one-way restriction is in place, motorists looking to travel northbound can go via Waterloo Quay, Wellington Street and Church Street.