IMPROVEMENT work to a Wirral reservoir could cause disruption to drivers when it begins in April.
A recent site investigation revealed United Utilities needed to carry out maintenance work on Gorsehill Reservoir in Wallasey.
The work is expected to take about six months to complete and will see a temporary lane closure along Gorsehill Road while workers are carrying out the improvements.
The utilities firm is inviting anybody with any concerns to a drop-in meeting on the issue.
It will be held on Wednesday, March 6 from 3pm until 7pm at the Heritage and Information Centre in Victoria Road, New Brighton.
A spokesperson for United Utilities insisted the maintenance work would not have any affect on water or waste water services in the area.
He said: “We have over 180 reservoirs which help to provide clean, fresh water to over seven million customers across the North West.
“And like everything, they sometimes need a little care and attention.
“We recently carried out some investigation work at our drinking water reservoir in Gorsehill Road, Wallasey, to help us plan future maintenance.
“We are due to start some improvement work to the reservoir roof in April, which we expect will take around six months to complete.
“To ensure the safety of our team and the road users we will need to introduce a temporary lane closure along Gorsehill Road during our work.”