Map of Newtownabbey

As the major cities are listed on this map of Newtownabbey, you will find it easy to locate the most convenient hotels, car hire companies and travel insurance agencies in the area before you embark on your trip. This map of Newtownabbey is the perfect tool to organize your vacation to this province of Northern Ireland because it provides detailed information about the surroundings of the province, its major cities and routes between them. A printed version of this map of Newtownabbey is easy to use and you can fold it and keep it in your wallet, together with your traveller’s cheques and your identification papers.

This is a map of Newtownabbey, which aims to provide you with the full details surrounding any roads, streets, motorways, landmarks and provincial and regional divides.

Map Of Newtownabbey

Newtownabbey is a town within Northern Island. It is officially has the title of large town, and is located in the County of Antrim, a little bit north of Belfast. Newtownabbey is often regarded one of Belfast’s suburbs, although the M2 motorway separates it from the remaining city area. Newtownabbey makes up a part of the Newtownabbey Borough Council.

Newtownabbey is Northern Ireland’s fourth largest settlement, with the urban area having a population of just over 62,000. Newtownabbey is home to a wide range of computer and engineering industries, and is largely a residential area. The Glengormley Sportsbowl, Abbey Centre, Glengormley Moviehouse, the Ballyearl Arts & Leisure Centre, as well as three relatively large parks are just some of the leisure facilities within the town.

The University of Ulster’s main campus is located in the area of Newtownabbey, specifically the Jordanstown area. The Belfast campus that currently exists (the completion date is scheduled for 2018) is scheduled to be merged with the University of Ulster’s campus in Jordanstown. The 2011 census measured the total amount of residents living within Newtownabbey at just over 85,000 people.

It is suspected that the Antrim Council will merge with the adjacent Newtownabbey Borough Cocunil by 2015, creating a new area with the name of “Antrim & Newtownabbey District Council”. This plan is to take place under restructuring plans ordered by the Local Government and devised overall by the Northern Ireland Executive.