A SECOND part of the A814 along Helensburgh's seafront was hit by closure on Monday.

West Clyde Street was shut on the morning of November 9, between its junctions with James Street and William Street, causing motorists to make changes to their journey.

An Argyll and Bute Council spokesperson said that the closure was due to Scottish Water carrying out emergency repairs.

It has been reported on social media that westbound traffic on Clyde Street which has come down Sinclair Street has been forced to turn round, due to James Street being one way.

Scottish Water has been contacted for comment.

A separate stretch of the A814 has been closed between its junctions with Sinclair Street and Maitland Street since Saturday, October 31, after debris from a dangerous building in East Clyde Street fell on to the carriageway in high winds.

The council was due to start work on that building on Monday, although no definite date has been set on when that stretch of the road might re-open.