John Barkers Solicitors are proud to offer our legal services to the county of Shropshire! With over a century-long history, we're well versed in all areas of law, whether it be immigration, family law, corporate or criminal. We ensure that our services remain affordable and accessible - so you can rest assured that your legal needs will be taken care of.
At John Barkers Solicitors, we understand how challenging it can be to navigate the legal system. That's why our team of experienced solicitors take pride in delivering excellent service every step of the way. Our staff have expertise in a wide range of legal areas and are dedicated to helping you achieve the best possible outcome.
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Are you in need of legal assistance in Shropshire? Look no further than John Barkers Solicitors! With a wealth of experience serving the entire county and its surrounding towns, we are here to help. From Ludlow to Oswestry, Wem to Market Drayton, Whitchurch to Newport, our expertise knows no bounds.
At John Barkers Solicitors our aim is simple: provide first-class advice and service with an authentic sense of personal attention. Our team takes pride in getting to know you and your specific situation – so don't hesitate to call us for a chat about any concerns you may have.
Located in the West Midlands region of England, this county is an interesting mix of urban and rural life, with plenty of opportunities for investment.
Shropshire has a long and fascinating history stretching all the way back to prehistoric times. The Iron Age hill fort at Old Oswestry was part of a large defensive network that once stretched across most of Britain. Later on, it became one of William the Conqueror’s many strongholds as he consolidated his power over Britain in 1086.
Shropshire is bordered by Wales to the west, Cheshire and Staffordshire to the north, Worcestershire in the east, Herefordshire in the south-east and Powys in Wales to the south. Major motorways are easily accessible from Shropshire including M54 (Stoke-on-Trent - Telford), A49 (south of Warrington - Ludlow) and M6 (Cheshire - Northamptonshire).
The county’s modern infrastructure makes it well suited for businesses looking to invest. There are two airports close by - Birmingham International Airport and Manchester International Airport. There are a number of national railway freight companies that pass through the county. Additionally, there is an extensive network of road links which makes travel within or out of Shropshire easy and efficient.
Shropshire has had a long history in industry with major employers centred around iron works, quarrying and coal mining. The area is now home to a diverse range of businesses including automotive manufacturing, food-processing, IT and engineering amongst others. In recent years the county has also become known for its microbreweries and cider makers.
Shropshire’s population is relatively small, with a total population of approximately 500,000. However, the county has seen significant growth in recent years due to an increase in business investment. This makes Shropshire an attractive place for companies looking for a growing customer base.
In order to support industry and business growth in Shropshire, local councils have invested heavily in transport infrastructure and regeneration projects throughout the area. This has resulted in a number of major investments, such as new housing developments, retail parks and leisure complexes.