The earliest human traces in Billericay have been detected as far back as the Bronze Age and extensive Roman occupation has also been found in Billericay as well. A civil town and parish which is in the Basildon area of Essex, Billericay was also a prominent location during the Victoria and Georgian era.
Part of the London Commuter Belt, Billericay also has a football team which are advancing up the football leagues. Nature lovers are bound to enjoy Billericay because it lies within the London Basin. Billericay has many open spaces such as Norsey Wood and the Mill Meadows Nature Reserve.
Billericay has great transport links because it is situated by the A12 and A127 roads - both of which are major roadways. As well as having an abundance of nature, Billericay has many museums such as the Cater Museum.