CAMDEAN residents are being warned they face disruption in the area while work takes place in Primrose Avenue.

A reader contacted the Press with concerns they had been left without a bus stop and a recycling service while work takes place to make a bridge crossing to the Hilton Park development.

He said no work had taken place in the last week, adding: "In the meantime, no buses can use the turning circle and the recycling point has been removed."

Fife Council service manager Kevin Treadwell confirmed they were aware of the planned work.

“Planning permission was granted for a new bridge crossing along with consent to alter the road. We’re aware that the developer has started this work which we’re monitoring," he said.

"As is the nature of developments, there will be some short-term disruption and we apologise for any inconvenience caused. We’re waiting to hear back from the developer about when they expect to be finished.

“Whilst this work is taking place, the bus stop has temporarily been removed and passengers are able to use the bus stops in Camdean Crescent/Primrose Avenue.

"Similarly, the recycling point at the bus turning circle on Camdean Cresent has been removed temporally. However, another is located nearby at Camdean Community Centre on Primrose Lane which residents can use in the meantime.”