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Balfour Beatty to deliver £200m Mottram Bypass

M25 junction works to take place at higher costs than expected

The first major project on the Manchester to Sheffield TransPennine road development programme is to be delivered by a Balfour Beatty Atkins JV.

The £200m Mottram bypass project is one of the major developments of a £242m package of highway development which improves the the 25-mile route connecting the M67 in the North West to the M1 in Yorkshire.

Balfour Beatty team will design and construct the bypass to divert the traffic away from the village of Mottram in Longdendale to the outskirts of Manchester.

Planning application will be submitted next year and the work is expected to start by spring 2023.


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