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A Roman fort was built in AD 60, and a civilian town grew up around it.The town was given the name of Caesaromagus' (the market place of Caesar), although the reason for it being given the great honour of bearing the Imperial prefix is now unclear – possibly as a failed 'planned town' provincial capital to replace Londinium or Camulodunum.Several dwellings in Henry Road were completely destroyed, and many in nearby streets were badly damaged.A recently restored monument to the dead is in the city cemetery in Writtle Road.Since the 1980s Chelmsford has suffered from a decline in its defence-related industries, most notably the Marconi Company with all of its factories either being closed or sold.The site on West Hanningfield Road was sold to BAE; the Waterhouse Lane site sold to E2V and the New Street site is undergoing major redevelopment for residential/mixed use.
The same journey takes approximately 60 minutes by road via the A12.
The GHQ Line part of the British hardened field defences of World War II runs directly through Chelmsford with many pillboxes still in existence to the north and south of the city.
Hylands Park, the site of the annual V festival, then hosted a prisoner of war camp, and from 1944 was the headquarters of the Special Air Service (SAS).
Before 1199, there were settlements nearby from ancient times.
A Neolithic and a late Bronze Age settlement have been found in the Springfield suburb, and the town was occupied by the Romans.
On 14 March 2012, Lord President of the Privy Council and Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg announced that Chelmsford along with Perth Scotland and St Asaph Wales was to be granted city status to mark the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II.