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County Councillor Tony Winder said: "Compensation should be given out to these people. Nike Dri Fit Shorts Mens There is so much bureaucracy involved in getting the compensation.
He said: "It's a nightmare for businesses on Bacup Road. There's a lot of hard feeling about how long they have taken.
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Brian Giles, 60, has run Ilex Chippy for almost six years with his wife Jill.
A spokeswoman for National Grid said: "The works in Rossendale are due to be completed on April 20. The work can be quite disruptive but it's essential work because of the increase in demand for gas in the Valley.
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John Edwards of the North West Gas Alliance said: "We know that this will be a nuisance, but the new pipes are designed to last at least 80 years once we get them in the ground.
"We have been working on and off in various locations. We do appreciate that our works do have an impact on people but we hope they see the long term benefits the area will have.
"We know that people will obviously be concerned about the disruption but we are appealing for them to have patience with us during our work.
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He added: "We are getting no joy with compensation that we were promised either. I agree with the gasworks entirely but I knew it was going to cripple us. We were told we would get compensation once the work has finished. I have done exactly what they said but they have said they can't pay us because we haven't lost enough money."
Richard Ashworth, who runs Tash's Cottage Chip Shop with wife Elaine, also fears they won't receive the compensation they were promised from National Grid.
a good idea to do the gas and electric work at the same time. We need to make sure utility companies are working through the night and through the day. It has cost local businesses so maybe it's time it started costing utility companies money. All of these business require 24 hour access and it's damaging them."
"There is nowhere to park round here as it is," said Richard, who has run Tash's on Bacup Road for 17 years. "So with the roadworks on top, no one has been able to come in. We have had to throw prepared food away."
While I appreciate the amount of work being done, the disruption is catastrophic for these businesses."
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"We aren't exactly buzzing about it," he added. "We are 30 per cent down on business. We have built it up over five years and sales have gone up every year up until November last year when the gas work started near us. It's suicidal."
He added: "It is right a business gets compensation when it is disturbed. The idea behind this is to stop the disruption in the first place. It's not just the businesses with roadworks outside them, it's about keeping the Valley moving. We have got great industry here."
Motorists and traders across the Valley have faced disruptions for months but the the replacement of old gas pipes has been described as "essential" by National Grid.
Rossendale MP Jake Berry and County Councillor Tony Winder both pledged their support and sympathy to people in Rossendale.
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