A North-east road will be closed for five days to allow for essential sewer works to take place.
Chevron Crescent in Peterhead will be shut from Monday to carry out the work on the sewage system.
Although a closure will be in place, local car access for residents will be maintained throughout the duration of the work, however there may be some restrictions on parking in the immediate area.
The work, which is being undertaken by contractors Kier, will see the closure of Chevron Crescent at the junction with Richmond Avenue.
Clive Duncan from Scottish Water said: “The sewer our contractors Kier are working on is in a location that means a closure of Chevron Crescent at the junction of Richmond Avenue is unavoidable.
“Despite that, we wanted to ensure residents could still have access locally with their cars so as to minimise any disruption as much as possible.
“A representative will be on site to offer any advice needed while the road traffic management is in place.”