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More job losses hit town

By Kirsty Marais

Up to 44 people face relocation or losing their jobs after Bury St Edmunds' tax office confirmed it is to close.

And more job losses have been confirmed at luxury car dealership Carrs, while necktie manufacturer Cornelia James closed its operations in the town last week.

Last Thursday, HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) confirmed it is to go ahead with the closure of Bury St Edmunds' tax office in Triton House, St Andrew's Street North, with most of its 49 employees to be relocated to offices in Ipswich and Cambridge.

It said where staff could not relocate, managers would 'discuss other available options with them', while a public inquiry desk, which currently employs five people, is to remain in Bury.

The closure will see the building vacated by spring 2010, as part of a bid to save £25.9 million in the East by 2012.

But the Public and Commercial Services (PCS) Union condemned the move, saying many staff would be unable to travel.

Meanwhile, car dealer Carrs of Bury St Edmunds confirmed there had been redundancies at its Thetford Road site, but refused to say how many workers were affected.

In June, the company received planning permission for another two showrooms after saying its BMW and Mini franchises depended on the extension – and it said at the time its 70-strong workforce would be able to expand to around 90 people.

The company declined to comment on the plans this week.

Cornelia James Neckwear Ltd closed its factory at Bury's Enterprise Park last Monday following increased pressure from competitors in the Far East.

Six employees, including factory manager Chris Debrick, were made redundant.

Mr Debrick said: "The company has been hit very hard by cheap imports from overseas and the general downturn of the British economy.

"It's very sad. I've been working for 37 years and never been unemployed, and I'm very sorry for the staff as well.

"They have been extremely loyal and I don't think I could have asked for a better workforce."

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