A long-running saga in Selkirk will come to an end this month when work finally begins on repairing a wall at the Glen Hotel.
The owners of the hotel and Scottish Borders Council have been locked in a war over who was responsible for fixing it for nearly four years.
A temporary one-way system has been in place since May 2013, but the council and the owner of the hotel have now reached ad agreement.
Work is due to get underway in a matter of weeks at a cost of £100,000.
The completion of the works will allow the re-opening of the northbound lane of Yarrow Terrace which has been cordoned off since negotiations began.