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Telford town centre lies about 21 kilometres (13 mi) east/south-east of Shrewsbury and 24 kilometres (15 mi) north-west ofWolverhampton. he town is dominated by the Wrekin, a large hill of 407 m (1335 ft), located south-west of Wellington, straddling the border with the borough of Shrewsbury and Atcham.
In 2007, a £250 million regeneration plan for the town centre was announced, which will include the pedestrianisation of the road surrounding the shopping centre, and the creation of new cafés, bars and shops which will lead to 1,750 new jobs.The reason for this expansion is that the original “centre” was only ever a shopping place with no real heart (See Shropshire Star June 3, 2004). Since the “centre” closed early evening, there was no nightlife at all in the area, the only major local entertainment areas being in Oakengates and Wellington.
Telford’s population is prodominantly White, comprising 93.8% of the population. The next largest ethnic group is those of Asian descent, comprising 3.3% of the population, which is again less than the West Midlands at 8.0%, and England at 5.3%.
he commercial centre of the town is the aptly named Telford Town Centre, located off Junction 5 of the M54 motorway. It was home to the administrative headquarters of Telford & Wrekin council until 2012, this has since moved to Wellington.
Telford has a number of primary and secondary schools including Priorslee Primary School and Thomas Telford School and Madeley academy, a City Technology College (CTC), which claims to have a 100% pass rate at GCSE level, with all students achieving at least 4 GCSEs grades A*-C.
Telford’s rapidly growing population still has a relatively low car ownership. In 2004 Telford & Wrekin council was awarded ‘Beacon Status’ for improving access to public transport
Telford is home to a variety of established amateur, semi-pro and professional sports clubs. eing a new town with a planned transport infrastructure, the town features relatively few traffic problems, in comparison to the urban areas of Birmingham or medieval streets of Shrewsbury