Work will begin next week on major regeneration works for one of the busiest areas on the Isle of Man.
Prepatory and enabling works on the Douglas Promenade Refurbishment project will begin Monday 17 September, which was granted planning approval earlier this year.
Several locations will undergo changes, the most prominent being major carriageway resurfacing on King Edward Road and the removal of the raised garden area on Harris Promenade
It will also include the removal of kerbing, benches and other highway furniture.
The Department of Infrastructure is in the process of finalising the construction programme and traffic management strategy for the scheme.
During the construction period, which is expected to take up to two years, the DOI will provide regular updates and feedback on progress.
The preparatory works are not expected to lead to significant travel disruption, with efforts being made to limit any inconvenience to the public.