Part of a major Aberdeen road is to shut overnight for two weeks as work continues at a new housing development.
The A92 Mugiemoss Road, heading towards Persley Den, will be closed at the Haudagain Roundabout from 7.30pm until 6am.
A series of diversions will be put in place for the duration of the roadworks, which are to create new junctions and footpaths for the nearby CALA Homes development.
Work is being carried out overnight to minimise disruption to commuters.
Works will start next Wednesday, April 3, until April 5, then April 8 until April 12, and finally April 15 to April 19.
Drivers looking to travel towards Danestone, Bridge of Don, Bucksburn and Stoneywood will not be able to access the area.
Instead an alternative route can be taken via the Parkway, Gordon Brae, Gordon Mills Road, Tillydrone Avenue, St Machar Drive and Great Northern Road.
Auchmill Road can also be used to get to Bucksburn and Stoneywood.
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A CALA Homes (North) spokeswoman said: “Work has now commenced at our Persley Den development, which will comprise 401 homes ranging from two-bedroom apartments to five-bedroom detached properties.
“Part of our initial work on site includes creating an upgraded access road which involves a temporary road closure scheduled to take place on April 3 2019 from 7.30pm to 6am for a two-week period.
“Local businesses have been notified in line with the Aberdeen City Council Road Authority requirements and we aim to keep disruption to a minimum during this time.”
CALA broke ground at the site earlier this year, and the development will have a mix of 401 two, three, four and five-bedroom homes.
These will include apartments, townhouses, semi-detached, terraced and detached properties.
Mike Naysmith, managing director at CALA Homes (North), said: “Homes will be surrounded by green space and existing mature trees.
“We also plan to create footpaths and cycle routes which will provide the community with attractive and safe transport links.
“We will also work to enhance the existing wildlife corridor along the eastern boundary of the site.”
He added the housebuilder was pleased to have broken ground on the site, and was looking forward to progressing along with the works.