Map of Inverclyde

A printed version of this map of Inverclyde is a perfect companion in your travels across Scotland as it provides useful information about the major cities of the province and their surroundings. After deciding on your destination and the route to take to get there, you can plan the other details of your trip such as making hotel reservations or locating affordable car hire services in the area. To have a nice and comfortable vacation, you should always check before you leave your home if the essential items, such as your traveller’s checks, passport and, of course, this map of North Inverclyde are packed.

This is a map of Inverclyde. This map aims to show you any and all roads, streets, regional divides and landmarks of the council area.

Map Of Inverclyde

Inverclyde is a council area within Scotland. It is used by the local government. Renfrewshire, East Renfrewshire and Inverclyde form a section of the historic county known as Renfrewshire. Renfrewshire itself is a registration county.

Out of 32 Scottish unitary authorities, Inverclyde is ranked as one of the smallest. When referring to area, it ranks 29th in regards of its population it is ranked 27th. Its total area in numbers is 160km squared, (62 miles squared) and for population it has 79,800 people living within its borders. It is considered part of Greater Glasgow, along with other council areas spread out around Glasgow City, although it is only seen that way in some definitions. Inverclyde does not share a border with a city, it is only separated physically by open countryside.

Research performed by the Chartered Society of Physiotherapy have deduced that Inverclyde residents have the UK’s second-lowest life expectancy rate. Glasgow City is the only other city to have a projected lifespan per resident that is shorter than Inverclyde’s.

A mal resident of Inverclyde has a life expectancy of 70.3 years, and the females have a life expectancy of 78.1 years. That being said, The rate fluctuates depending on the area of Inverclyde, some areas have life expectancy rates which are higher than the Scottish average, although there are some areas which are considerably below.