Map of Redcar And Cleveland
This is a very accurate and easy to use map of Redcar and Cleveland that familiarizes the traveller with the location of the province, its major cities, its capital and its boundaries. You can use this map of Redcar and Cleveland to set your travel route and select in advance the hotels where you want to stay the most convenient way to travel around the province (car hire, personal car, train or bus). The data gathered by using this map of Redcar and Cleveland also can be used in choosing your travel insurance plan.
The Redcar and Cleveland borough is under a unitary authority of the ceremonial country of North Yorkshire, England. It is composed of Redcar, Saltburn-by-the-Sea, and Guisborough and a couple of small towns like Brotton, Eston, Skelton and Loftus.
Its estimated population in 2011 is 153,200 and has become a part of the economic zone ofTees Valley. Ian Swales is the representative to the Parliament of Redcar constituency while Tom Blenkinsop is to the Middlesbrough South and East Cleveland constituency.
When it was created in 1974,this district was known as the borough of Langbaurgh. It is one of the districts to what, then, was the new non-metropolitan county of Cleveland. From Coatham, Kirkleatham, Ormesby, Redcar and South Bank wards of the county borough of Teesside, Redcar and Cleveland was born.
The name of this borough came from Langbaurgh wapentake of Yorkshire and its ancient history. In 1988, the borough was given a new name – the Langbaurgh-on-Tees. In April 1, 1996, Cleveland County was abolished and its districts became one unitary authority. It was also during this time when Langbaurgh-on-Tees was given the name that it now has – Redcar and Cleveland.
Before all the changes that took place, Cleveland County was run by a two-tier local authority of which the four districts including Langbaurgh-on-Tees were under. When the tunitary authority came into being, Redcar and Cleveland was able to acquire all the full rights of a county including the duties that come with it. The Redcar and Cleveland borough has its boundaries in Scarborough and Hambleton in North Yorkshire. Today, it is known for its established Chemical industry.