We’re investing £382,000 to upgrade our gas network in the Berryhill Drive area of Giffnock in Glasgow.
This essential work needs to go ahead now to ensure your local community continues to receive a safe and reliable gas supply for many years to come.
In agreement with East Renfrewshire Council, our project will start on Monday 20 November 2023 and will last approximately 14 weeks. It will involve traffic restrictions including the use of temporary traffic lights.
We’re committed to upgrading our network to ensure we continue to keep homes and businesses safe and warm long into the future. We’re using the latest technology to minimise disruption as we replace our pipes in your community.
We're carrying out our work over five phases to minimise disruption as much as possible. Throughout all phases, we may need to divert pedestrians onto the carriageway and use give and take traffic management.
Phase one – approximately five weeks
On Monday 20 November, we’ll begin working in Berryhill Drive, Arden Drive and Stratton Drive. We may need to use two- or three-way temporary traffic lights to carry out this work safely.
Phase two – approximately five weeks
From Monday 27 November, we’ll start working in Hathaway Drive. Due to the location of our gas main, we may need to use temporary traffic lights in Hathaway Drive.
Phase three – approximately five weeks
From Monday 4 December, we’ll be working in Maryville Avenue between its junctions with Berryhill Drive and Maryville Gardens. We’ll need to use two and three-way temporary traffic lights during this phase for the safety of our engineers.
Phase four – approximately five weeks
From Monday 11 December, we’ll be working in Waterford Road, Park Court and Park Road. The walkway between Waterford Road and Park Court may need to be closed for a short period during this phase. We'll take extra care during our work in this phase to ensure the safety of and limit the disruption to Hanover House residents.
Phase five – approximately five weeks
From Monday 18 December, we’ll be working in Rowand Avenue, between Park Court and Orchard Drive. We may need to use two- or three-way temporary traffic lights to carry out this work safely.