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Chelmsford is in Essex and just 30 miles from our capital, London.
For the commuter it only takes 30 minutes on the Great Eastern Main Line to the centre of London.
The urban area of Chelmsford has a population of 112,000 whilst the district is recorded at 168,310.
From Chelmsford’s humble beginnings as a market town, it grew in the 19th century to become a centre for industry.
Until the 1850s milling and malting were the main industries with the opening of a company called Chelmer and Blackwater Navigation in 1797 which created cheaper transportation of raw materials.
Following that foundries and engineering came to the city with Fell Christy opening a factory, this still exists today trading under Christy Turner Ltd now based in Ipswich.
Many international companies are based in Chelmsford too, M&G Group a global investment manager, and Teledyne e2v and ebm-papst both manufacturing companies.
The city employs around 80,000 people in the commercial side of Chelmsford.
From last recorded records in 2002, the city enjoys a low unemployment rate and a ‘well educated’ workforce meaning over 9% hold a degree of some kind.
Chelmsford Business Park has some large companies based inside it, Anderson Group and Global Marine Systems for example.
An important part of Chelmsford’s business history is with the Marconi Company.
In 1899, Guglielmo Marconi launched the world’s first ‘wireless’ factory and for this reason Chelmsford is hailed as the birthplace of radio.
In June 1920, the factory was the first place to broadcast sound on the airwaves and in 1922 there were regular broadcasts for entertainment coming from the Marconi premises.
Marconi finally closed its doors with operations being bought off and some moved to Basildon.
The factory site remained empty and vandalised for some time until Bellway Homes stepped in demolishing the site in 2013.
Other historic businesses were also based here, Britvic, English Electric Valve Company, Cromptons Electrical Engineering, and Hoffman Ball Bearings.
The CSES (Chelmsford Science and Engineering Society) have reported that schools across Chelmsford are encouraging students to embark on a brand new technology project.
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Chelmsford gained city status on 14th March 2012 marking the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II.
The city is a conurbation of many parishes coming together, Broomfield, Newland Spring, Great Leighs, The Walthams, Great Baddow, Little Baddow, Galleywood, Howe Green, Margaretting, Pleshey, Stock, Roxwell, Danbury, Bicknacre, Writtle, Moulsham, Rettendon, The Hanningfields, The Chignals, Widford and Springfield, including Springfield Barnes, now known as Chelmer Village.
The headquarters of Essex Police, Essex County Council, and Chelmsford council are all located in the city.
Fairtrade Town status was granted to the city on 6th January 2005.
BBC Essex has been on air since 1986. Chelmsford has a popular community radio station CCR broadcasting started there in 2013 and it used to have a local radio station but that closed in 2009.
Being so close to London Chelmsford has the luxury of being able to tune in to all the London stations.
The city has its own Film Festival that takes place annually at the Everyman Cinema.
The local paper was started in 1764, the Essex Chronicle and was once printed in the same town.
In addition to that there is a free magazine, ‘Edge’ aimed at the older Chelmsfordians and a monthly ‘The Face of Chelmsford’ magazine delivered to 12,000 homes.
Famous media celebrities born in the city include:
Tourists have several places to visit, a stunning eighteen arch Victorian railway viaduct spanning the River Can built in 1842.
Chelmsford Cathedral is one of its oldest building and is the second smallest cathedral in England. A Grade II listed tower building is the tallest structure in Chelmsford, the former home of radar tower Chain Home.
Shire Hall home to the courts since 1199 and only closed in 2012 when they opened a new more modern court building.
Male prison Chelmsford Prison built in 1830 and the location of Porridge film special in 1979.
Hylands House on the Park boasts beautiful woodlands and lakes with a large children’s play area.
Chelmsford boasts three good sized shopping centres, Bond Street, High Chelmer, and The Meadows alongside six retail parks, Riverside, Chelmer Village, Clocktower Retail Park, The Army & Navy, Moulsham Lodge Retail Park and the smaller Homelands Retail Park.
The pedestrianised High Street is packed full of diverse and vibrant independent shops.
Aside from the famous Marconi and Hoffman Ball Bearing manufacturers in Chelmsford some newer companies have stepped into the breach, Sun Plastics, Wholesale POS Ltd, and Guardpack Ltd are just a handful.
There are many development and improvement plans for Chelmsford currently underway or about to get going; A131 Chelmsford Braintree route improvements, Army and Navy Junction, Boreham Interchange for new construction of a relief road, a proposed Bradwell B Nuclear Power Station and the regeneration of Chelmer Waterside.
Settlements are recorded in Chelmsford from ancient times, Neolithic and late Bronze Age but the most obvious is from the Roman settlement where a fort was built around 60 AD and the civilian town was built around it.
There are ruins to be found underground for example the ruins of an octagonal temple are underneath the current Odeon roundabout.
In 1199 a Royal Charter was granted to make Chelmsford a market town and over 800 years later this market operates twice a week and is an important part of the city.
During the war Chelmsford was targeted by the Germans and twice it was bombed resulting in significant loss of life and making over 1000 people homeless.
Hylands Park (where the V Festival used to hold its annual music festival) hosted a prisoner of war camp and was the headquarters of the SAS, Special Air Service.
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