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Wealth managers will contact you at your convenience to discuss your specific requirements. Yet while it seems that the only way in Essex is to make money, the brutal truth is that the growth of these fortunes is slowing dramatically.
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In we saw a record On a cheerier note, still the most striking aspect of the 50 names that follow is just how many of these fortunes are self-made by people who often came from very humble backgrounds. It is also easily the lowest proportion of inherited wealth in a regional list of this kind in the 30 years that such lists have been compiled. Many of our entrepreneurs who have made hefty fortunes started out in humble roles.
Graham Peacock started working in petrol stations in his late teens, but did not start his own business until he was in his 40s, proving that it is never too late to become an entrepreneur. It proves there is more than a whiff of truth in the idea that Essex is a county of go-getters who strive to forge their own futures.
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And we find this entrepreneurial wizardry across the county, with no one town dominating our list. This year there are five entries from Rainham, four from Brentwood, three from Epping with two each from Colchester, Chelmsford, Southend and Stansted.
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We also have more than our fair share of celebrity. Aside from number one Lord Sugar there is of course Leystonstone-born David Beckham and his Harlow-born wife Victoria, who continue to amass wealth on the back of lucrative sponsorship deals. Meanwhile, Epping Forest resident Sir Rod Stewart may be having trouble selling one of his Essex properties, but he still wows his fans on his tours. After the Norman conquest, Essex became a county.
During the medieval period, much of the area was designated a Royal forestincluding the entire county in a period towhen the area "north of the Stanestreet" was disafforested. However, County Boroughs of West Ham —Southend-on-Sea —  and East Ham — formed part of the county but were unitary authorities not under county council control. Parish-level administration — changes[ edit ] A few Essex parishes have been transferred to other counties.
Beforesmall areas were transferred to Hertfordshire near Bishops Stortford and Sawbridgeworth. At the time of the main changes aroundparts of Helions BumpsteadSturmerKedington and Ballingdon-with-Brundon were transferred to Suffolk ; and Great ChishillLittle Chishill and Heydon were transferred to Cambridgeshire.
Later, part of Hadstockpart of Ashton and part of Chrishall were transferred to Cambridgeshire and part of Great Horkesley went to Suffolk ; and several other small parcels of land were transferred to all those counties.
Essex became part of the East of England Government Office Region in and was statistically counted as part of that region fromhaving previously been part of the South East England region.
Two unitary authorities[ edit ] Inthe boroughs of Southend-on-Sea and Thurrock were granted autonomy from the administrative county of Essex after successful requests to become unitary authorities numbered 13 and 14 on the map to the right. Beforethe council regularly met in London near Moorgatewhich with significant parts of the county close to that point and the dominance of railway travel had been more convenient than any place in the county.
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It currently has 75 elected councillors. Beforethe number of councillors reached over The County Hall, made a listed building indates largely from the mids and is decorated with fine artworks of that period, mostly the gift of the family who owned the textile firm Courtaulds. The ceremonial county of Essex is bounded to the south by the River Thames and its estuary a boundary shared with Kent ; to the southwest by Greater London ; to the west by Hertfordshire with the boundary largely defined by the River Lea and the Stort ; to the northwest by Cambridgeshire ; to the north by Suffolka boundary mainly defined by the River Stour ; and to the east by the North Sea.
The pattern of settlement in the county is diverse. The Metropolitan Green Belt has effectively prevented the further sprawl of London into the county, although it contains the new towns of Basildon and Harloworiginally developed to resettle Londoners after the destruction of London housing in the Second World Warsince which they have been significantly developed and expanded. As it is not far from London with its economic magnetism, many of Essex's settlements, particularly those near or within short driving distance of railway stations, function as dormitory towns or villages where London workers raise their families.Sexiest British Accent
The village of Finchingfield in north Essex Part of the southeast of the county, already containing the major population centres of BasildonSouthend and Thurrockis within the Thames Gateway and designated for further development. Parts of the southwest of the county, such as Buckhurst Hill and Chigwellare contiguous with Greater London neighbourhoods and therefore form part of the Greater London Urban Area.
A small part of the southwest of the county Sewardstone is the only settlement outside Greater London to be covered by a postcode district of the London post town E4. With the exception of major towns such as ColchesterChelmsford and Southend-on-Seathe county is rural, with many small towns, villages and hamlets largely built in the traditional materials of timber and brick, with clay tile or thatched roofs.