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Telford and Wrekin

Telford and Wrekin in England


Telford and Wrekin (yellow) in the ceremonial and historic county of Shropshire



Geography
Status: Unitary district, Borough
Origin: 1998 structural changes
Region: West Midlands
Ceremonial County: Shropshiremarker
Area:
- Total
Ranked
290.31 km²
Admin. HQ: Telfordmarker
ONS code: 00GF
Demographics
Population:
- Total ( )
- Density

Ranked

/ km²

Ethnicity: 94.8% White
2.9% S.Asian
1.2% Black

Politics

Borough of Telford and Wrekin
http://www.telford.gov.uk/

Leadership: Leader & Cabinet
Executive:
MPs: Mark Pritchard
David Wright
Telford and Wrekin is a unitary district with borough status in the West Midlands region of Englandmarker. The district was created in 1974 as The Wrekin, then a non-metropolitan district of Shropshiremarker.

The borough's major settlement is Telfordmarker, a new town designated in the 1960s incorporating the existing towns of Dawleymarker, Madeleymarker, Oakengatesmarker and Wellingtonmarker. The next largest population centre is Newportmarker, a market town to the north of Telford.

On April 1, 1998, as a result of the Local Government Commission for England's review, the district became a unitary authority, independent from Shropshire County Council. The headquarters of the council are in Telford Town Centremarker. It remains part of the Shropshire ceremonial county and shares institutions such as the Fire and Rescue Service with the rest of Shropshire. Telford and Wrekin comes under the West Mercia Constabulary, based in Worcestermarker.

The borough borders Staffordshire, but is mostly surrounded by the non-metropolitan county of Shropshiremarker. The district was formed on April 1, 1974, under the Local Government Act 1972, and covered Dawley, Newport, Oakengates and Wellington urban districts, Wellington Rural Districtmarker and part of Shifnalmarker parish in the Shifnal Rural Districtmarker.

Telford and Wrekin applied unsuccessfully for City status in 2000. It was granted borough status in 2002.

Towns, villages and other settlements

Settlements in Telford and Wrekin -



Divisions

Parishes

The borough is divided into 28 parishes and these are grouped into three areas - Telford, Newport and Rural. For the council itself there is a system of 34 wards to elect councillors.



Wards


The borough divided into wards, with the Telford urban area highligted in Orange.

1 Apley Castle

2 Arleston

3 Brookside

4 Church Aston and Lilleshall

5 College

6 Cuckoo Oak

7 Dawley Magna

8 Donnington

9 Dothill

10 Edgmond

11 Ercall

12 Ercall Magna

13 Hadley and Leegomery

14 Haygate

15 Horsehay and Lightmoor

16 Ironbridge Gorge
17 Ketley and Oakengates

18 Lawley and Overdale

19 Madeley

20 Malinslee

21 Muxton

22 Newport East

23 Newport North

24 Newport South

25 Newport West

26 Park

27 Priorslee

28 St Georges

29 Shawbirch

30 The Nedge

31 Woodside

32 Wrockwardine

33 Wrockwardine Wood



Economy

This is a chart of trend of regional gross value added of Telford and Wrekin at current basic prices published (pp.240–253) by Office for National Statistics with figures in millions of British pounds sterling.
Year Regional Gross Value Added Agriculture Industry Services
1995 1,763 28 865 870
2000 2,072 20 773 1,279
2003 2,370 21 850 1,500


Notes

  1. Components may not sum to totals due to rounding
  2. includes hunting and forestry
  3. includes energy and construction
  4. includes financial intermediation services indirectly measured


See also



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