List of settlements in Northern Ireland


List of settlements in Northern Ireland

This list has been compiled from data published by the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA) based on the results of the 2001 census. The definition and boundaries of settlements came from the DOE Planning Service: settlements without a Settlement Planning Limit in March 2004 or with fewer than 50 inhabitants or 20 households are not included. The names of settlements are those used by the NISRA; settlements are classified according to Local Government District (LGD).

Key:

Armagh

Banbridge

Castlereagh

Craigavon

Dungannon and South Tyrone

Limavady

Moyle

North Down

See also

*List of places in Northern Ireland
**List of places in County Antrim
**List of places in County Armagh
**List of places in County Down
**List of places in County Fermanagh
**List of places in County Londonderry
**List of places in County Tyrone

References

*Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (2005). "Northern Ireland Census 2001. Key Statistics for Settlements." Norwich:The Stationery Office. ISBN 0-337-08727-X. (for settlements of more than 1000 inhabitants)
* [http://www.nisra.gov.uk/ Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency] (for settlements of fewer than 1000 inhabitants)


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