Map of Limavady
This map of Limavady clearly defines the boundaries of the province and the administrative aspects of Limavady. This map of Limavady, your travel insurance and your passport are some of the things that you should always have on you during a trip to Northern Ireland. Having all the administrative information provided by this map of Limavady, it is easy to plan your travel-related aspects as hotel booking, renting a car using a car hire agency in the area or calculating your overall expenses.
This is a map of Limavady, this map aims to provide you with a basic understanding surrounding the details of the roads, streets, landmarks and regional divides of the town.
Limavady is a town within Northern Ireland. The translation of the town’s name is “Leap of the dog”. Limavady is known as a market town, and is specifically located in County Londonderry. Binevenagh acts as a backdrop. Derry lies 17 miles (27km) to the west of Limavady, whilst Coleraine is some 14 miles (23km) northeast of the town. According to a 2001 Census, there were 12,135 people living within the area. In 1991, the population was 17% lower than the 2001 measure. Between 1971 and 2001, Limavady has seen the number of its population nearly double.
Thanks to a public perception of the town as residential and attractive as well as a significant amount of modern and industrial development, the town has seen sustained growth in the last fifty years. Roe Valley uses Limavady as a lucrative service hub, although other retail centres such as Coleraine and Derry give the town some competition. The predominant expansion in the eastward and southward direction is one of the significant features of the town’s growth.
The town is contained by the River Roe flood plain, to the north and west. 1,332 dwellings were built, mainly at Bovally (along the town’s south eastern edge) as well as the general area, from 1988 to 2004. 3km north of the town is Aghanloo, which is a large industrial estate.