ROAD works on a series of residential streets in Rhu are due to get under way next month.

Argyll and Bute Council plans to start inlay works on Laggery Road, Ardenconnel Way and on Cumberland Road between Manse Brae and School Road in September.

The work will involve the removal and replacement of the road surface over its entire width and has an estimated cost of £69,500.

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The Rhu works are part of a programme of road improvements worth £871,080 in Helensburgh and Lomond during the 2019-20 financial year.

A list of the projects, their estimated start dates and the progress of each scheme is available at the council’s website.

The list states that five ‘inlay’ projects which were due to get under way in August have not yet started – on two parts of James Street and on Princes Street, King Street, Queen Street, Stafford Street, Ben Bouie Drive and Kildonan Drive in Helensburgh, and in Upper Torwoodhill Road in Rhu.

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A further four schemes with a July start date are again listed as ‘not started’ – on East Clyde Street between Station Road in Colgrain and the Helensburgh and Lomond Civic Centre, on the A818 between Cross Keys and Callendoun farm, on the B833 in Garelochhead and Rosneath, and on Back Road in Clynder.