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Telford Website Design
e64's reputation for providing stunning website design for businesses in the Telford area has grown for over 10 years, and we get more passionate and enthusiastic each year we do it.
Having built a wealth of website design experience it is no wonder that we have so many very happy customers in Telford and the surrounding areas. We develop long standing relationships with every customer, and it is these relationships that make e64 as successful as we are.
Because we're small we can easily adapt and change to meet the demands your business will encounter, and being based in the Telford area it means we are local to you, so it's easy and convenient to arrange a meeting about your project, or a quick review and discussion about how you could adapt your website design to generate more business and better reflect the ever changing shape of your business.
Working with e64
You can work with e64 confident we will be a long term partner to your business, bringing with us a wealth of experience and offering on-going, up to date advice and information to benefit your business.
The speed in which our industry changes can be breath-taking, and it's a full time job to keep up to date with everything - which is what we do. We can then make sure we can advise you effectively to ensure you're getting the very most from your website.
We can help promote your business online and improve the business your website generates, call e64 to discuss how. We can talk to you about how we can help, and what we can achieve for your business through your website.
Alternatively if you would like to read more about our services or review some of our customer testimonials, please browse the rest of our website using the links above, where you'll find plenty of useful information. We also have an e64 blog that is updated regularly that you may also find useful.
How will e64 exceed your expectations?
As you know, your website says a lot about your business, what you offer, what you believe in, your passion and your customer service; so we think it's important to get it right.
As website designers in the Telford area means we are easy to get to, easy to talk to, and our broad experience means we know what we're talking about.
There are many reasons why you would choose a website designer in the Telford area, here are a few of them:
- Meet at our Telford area office, or we can come to you
- A small team of dedicated, focused website design professionals working with you.
- Honest, straight forward advice on how to get the most from your website design.
- We specialise in:
- Professional Website Design
- Complete eCommerce Solutions
- Website Promotion
- Google AdWords
- Website Programming
- Database Websites
- Discuss your project with the team members working on it.
- We work quickly and efficiently to meet the most demanding deadlines.
- Stunning website designs, professional created.
The benefits Telford area businesses are now getting from well-designed websites is growing each year, and the requirements are getting more and more demanding.We understand what impact this can have to your business, so we make sure your website is a great platform for your visitors, partners and prospects to get the message clearly, concisely and in a way that is in keeping with your business image and values.
The New Town was first designated on 16 January 1963 as Dawley New Town, covering 9,100 acres (37 km2) of Dawley, Wenlock, Oakengates, Wellington Rural District and Shifnal Rural District. Development started, guided by the Dawley New Town Development Corporation, with the first homes on the new Sutton Hill housing estate being occupied in 1967. Initial planning and design concepts for Dawley New Town were produced by the Birmingham-based John Madin Design Group.
The Minister proposed an extension of 12,000 acres (49 km2) in 1968 (taking in the historic area of Ironbridge Gorge), which saw objections and a public inquiry take place. The Dawley New Town (Designation) Amendment (Telford) Order was made on 29 November 1968, extending the New Town area by 10,143 acres (41.05 km2) of "land lying within the urban districts of Oakengates and Wellington and the rural districts of Shifnal and Wellington". This Order also renamed the new town Telford, after the Scottish-born civil engineer Thomas Telford who, in 1787, became Surveyor of Public Works for Shropshire. Other suggested names at the time were Dawelloak and Wrekin Forest City.
Most of the infrastructure was constructed from the late 1960s and throughout the 1970s with the major housing and commercial development occurring over three decades up to the early 1990s when the Development Corporation was wound up to be replaced by Commission for the New Towns, later English Partnerships, and most of the property was handed over to the then Wrekin District Council. In 1983, after fierce opposition and three public enquiries, the M54 motorway was completed, connecting the town to the M6 and thence the rest of the UK's motorway network. Other major roads are the A5, A518 and A442, which is commonly known as the Eastern Primary or EP, and is officially branded Queensway.
Many of the new town's residents were originally from the West Midlands conurbation, which includes Wolverhampton, Birmingham, Dudley and Walsall. The vast majority of the council house tenants in Telford were rehoused from inner city slums in Birmingham. Some controversy and bad feeling still exists in some communities as a result of what some saw as the influx of those from the city slums. The name "overspill" was often used as a derogatory term for these residents. Some individuals still refuse to put Telford in their address, instead using the original local name (such as Wellington or Dawley).(citation needed-own research?)
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.