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Romford is a large sprawling (and brawling) suburban town in Essex, northeast London and it is the administrative headquarters of the London Borough of Havering. The town is located 14 miles (22 km) north-east of Charing Cross and is one of the major metropolitan centres identified in the London Plan.
It was historically an Essex market town and originally formed the administrative centre of the liberty of Havering that is, until it was dissolved in 1892. There are great road links as it is located betwixt the M25, A12, A13 and A127 and the earlier opening of the railway station in 1839 were pivotal to the development of the town and to the economic story of Romford.
Romford was underpinned a century ago by a move away from its agricultural production to light industry and more recently to both retail and commerce. As part of the suburban growth of London in the 20th century, Romford significantly grew in size with a corresponding increase in population. It became a municipal borough in 1937 and has formed part of Greater London since 1965. It now forms one of the largest commercial, retail, entertainment and leisure districts outside central London and has a developed its own vibrant and diverse night time economy.
The town originally developed during the Middle Ages on the main road into London. The regionally significant Romford Market itself was established in 1247. The early history of the town and the immediate area around it is agricultural and it is also recorded as being the location of a number of mills that were used to grind corn. The area was a centre of the leather industry from the 15th to the early 19th century and there is also a record of a wide range of industries such as cloth making, weaving, charcoal burning, metal working and brewing in the town.
Communications have always played a very important part in its development.The main road into London was maintained by the Middlesex and Essex Turnpike Trust from 1721. Romford became a coaching town in the 18th century. Several failed attempts were made in the early 19th century to connect the town to the river Thames via a Romford Canal. This was initially intended to transport agricultural products, grains and such like, into London and later was intended to serve the growing industrial sites in Romford.
In the end only two miles of canal were actually constructed and the canal company were unable to reach the town.