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Is shifnal a good place to live?

Is shifnal a good place to live?

Shifnal recently made it onto a prestigious report that lists the 10 most desirable market towns in the country. House prices in Shifnal have risen 20 per cent in the last five years.

Is shifnal a town or village?

Shifnal is a small market town in Shropshire. Some writers have claimed that Shifnal was the inspiration for Market Blandings, a town that appears in several of P.G. Wodehouse’s stories.

Is Shifnal north or south Shropshire?

Unitary authority Shropshire
Ceremonial county Shropshire
Region West Midlands
Country England

How many houses are there in Shifnal?

In Shifnal there were 930 detached dwellings representing 29.6% of all dwellings. There were also 1244 semi-detached and 556 terraced dwellings equating to 39.6% and 17.7% respectively.

Is Shifnal safe?

Crime and Safety in Shifnal. Shifnal is among the top 5 safest small towns in Shropshire, and is the 32nd most dangerous overall out of Shropshire’s 215 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Shifnal in 2021 was 58 crimes per 1,000 people.

What areas are in north Shropshire?

The area is rural and north of Shrewsbury, west of Newcastle-under-Lyme in the Stoke conurbation, south of Cheshire and Wrexham, having five small towns (in size order): Oswestry, Market Drayton, Whitchurch, Wem and Ellesmere. Residents’ health and wealth are similar to UK averages.

How many houses are built in Telford?

Hundreds of homes will be built on a new estate after plans that have been in the pipeline for nearly six decades were approved.

Is Telford north or South Shropshire?

With an estimated population (for the borough) of 175,271 in 2017 and 142,723 in Telford itself, Telford is the largest town in Shropshire and one of the fastest-growing towns in the United Kingdom….

Unitary authority Telford and Wrekin
Ceremonial county Shropshire
Region West Midlands
Country England

What towns are in South Shropshire?

South Shropshire is all about Ludlow, Bridgnorth, Bishop’s Castle and Church Stretton, and seemingly infinite footpaths for walking and exploring. At the southwestern edges it’s the Clun Valley and Clun, the ‘quietest place under the sun’.

What is someone from Shropshire called?

Salop is an old name for Shropshire, historically used as an abbreviated form for post or telegrams, it is thought to derive from the Anglo-French “Salopesberia”. It is normally replaced by the more contemporary “Shrops” although Shropshire residents are still referred to as “Salopians”.

What was Telford called before Telford?

Dawley New Town
1963: Dawley New Town officially designated January 16. 1966: Work started on building houses at Sutton Hill. 1968: October 23, announced that Dawley New Town is to be greatly expanded to take in Wellington and Oakengates, and that the enlarged town will be called Telford, after Thomas Telford.