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retail, North West England

‘New bypass has hit business,’ say traders

Traders in Tameside, Greater Manchester, have protested that a new bypass in Ashton-Under-Lyne has led to a 75% cut in business. The £15m bypass was designed to reduce congestion in the town centre and help to attract shoppers. Some 40 businesses along Penny Meadow say that the bypass has reduced traffic using the street which, in turn, has cut pedestrian flow.

A council spokeswoman said: “There is absolutely no truth in the allegations that Penny Meadow is closed to passing traffic....

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