The electoral wards of Belfast are subdivisions of the city, used primarily for statistics and elections. 2018 Review interactive map. Ballynafeigh 2. [7kB], Map showing the Daíl Eireann electoral constituencies in the Republic of Ireland as of the 1997 election. However, many of the city's streets, roads and housing estates have been named after them. [13kB], Map of Ireland in 1300AD, showing the maximum extent of Norman control in Ireland and their main settlements. Ballyhackamore 2. The 15 wards were Duncairn, Dock, Clifton, Shankill, Court, Woodvale, Smithfield, Falls, Saint Anne's, Saint George's, Windsor, Cromac, Ormeau, Pottinger and Victoria. The second traditional divide is that formed by the River Lagan, with the northern bank of the River being part of County Antrim, while the southern bank is part of County Down. [13kB], Graph showing the proportion of the population of the Irish Republic who were Protestant in censuses in the period 1891 to 1991. (1972) Bloody Friday, July 21, 1972 - Northern Ireland Office News-sheet. Media in category "Maps of Belfast Wards" The following 23 files are in this category, out of 23 total. [10kB], Map of county Leitrim, province of Connaught, showing main towns, roads and mountains. WARD, 97 [8kB], Graph showing the proportion of votes allocated to the top 4 parties in successive elections in Northern Ireland from 1981 to 1998. Scale 5 pixels = 1km. All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the. STREETS IN BELFAST WARD, 157 Initially, Belfast was to have been divided into 52 wards. Derry: Guildhall Press. Ancestry.com and our loyal RootsWeb community. The Donegall ward, one of the few unchanged wards, was renamed Blackstaff. Chichester Park 5. leading zero when filling in the pink slip for ordering the film from your local The review of local government which took place from 1982 to 1984 created 51 new wards, many new or substantially different from their namesakes. Belfast: Northern Ireland Office (NIO). Most of the existing Finaghy ward was renamed Musgrave, while a new Finaghy ward was created from the southern parts of the older Finaghy ward and the Upper Malone ward, which compensated by gaining territory from Malone and Stranmillis wards. Belfast Wards Catholic percentage 2011.png 500 × 480; 52 KB. I have included these (1997) NO GO - A Photographic Record of Free Derry. Balmoral DEA.png 500 × 480; 49 KB. Wards are the smallest administrative unit in Northern Ireland and are set by the Local Government Boundaries Commissioner and reviewed every 8–12 years.[1]. Ballysillan 3. [11kB], Map showing the varying level of severity of the Great Famine across Ireland at its height in 1847. Knock 6. 2018 Review interactive map Use the search tool to identify your constituency by entering your postcode or street address including house number. COURT Last edited on 26 September 2019, at 16:07, divided nature of Northern Ireland as a whole, "Belfast's Peacelines: An Analysis of Urban Borders, Design and Social Space in a Divided City", District Electoral Areas Commissioner Maps page, District Electoral Areas Commissioner page, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Subdivisions_of_Belfast&oldid=918016068, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 26 September 2019, at 16:07. [13kB], Map of county Tyrone, province of Ulster [UK], showing main towns, roads and mountains. DUNCAIRN [14kB]. [13kB], Detailed map showing the levels of population fall over the Famine period in each part of Ireland. [3] The table below shows the divisions prior to the reorganization. STREETS IN [2] Each ward contains several Super Output Area, which in turn are made up of a number of Census Output Areas. Maps. [34kB], Map showing the town centre in Omagh and the location of the August 15th 1998 bomb explosion. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository, Belfast Wards Catholic percentage 2011.png, Belfast Wards Protestant percentage 2011.png, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?title=Category:Maps_of_Belfast_Wards&oldid=153654739, Locator maps of districts of Northern Ireland, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License. The subdivisions of Belfast are a series of divisions of Belfast, Northern Ireland that are used for a variety of cultural, electoral, planning and residential purposes. Also shows the area that is predominantly Roman Catholic. The industrial estate and docklands BT3. [10kB], Map of Ireland in 1014AD, showing the main kingdoms ruled by Celtic and Viking monarchs. [16kB], Four-in-one map showing the changing level of Loyalist violence across Northern Ireland (1969/70, 1976, 1984 and 1993). 1: Key Plan 1 : 2400 This "key plan" indicates coverage of the Goad 1887 series of fire insurance maps of Belfast that were originally produced to aid insurance companies in assessing fire risks. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Scale 5 pixels = 1km. Following a public review, one ward, Tullycarnet, was excluded from Belfast and became instead the Castlereagh wards of Tullycarnet and Gilnahirk. However, you will need the Map of the route of the Drumcree Orange parade and the Garvaghy Road area of Portadown, county Armagh. 142 streets in falls ward ward no 8. STREETS IN ward no 6. Walls known as peace lines, originally erected by the British Army after August 1969, divide fourteen inner city neighbourhoods.[1]. LDS Family History Centre, 21 Duncairn 6. 151 streets in dock ward. [7kB], Colour-coded map showing the proportion of each of Northern Ireland's Local Government Districts that is Protestant, 1991. WARD, 173 Great Britain. Belfast has had 51 wards since May 1973, which were revised in May 1985 and again in May 1993. WARD, 139 Orangefield 4. [46kB], Map of Derry divided into Electoral Wards. By the early 1970s, population shifts had resulted in significant differences in the electorates of the wards. Falls Park 3. Upper Malone 6. The following 23 files are in this category, out of 23 total. ward no 4. In inner south Belfast, the Saint George's, University and Cromac wards were to have been replaced with an eastern ward, to be called Linenhall, and a western ward, to be called College. Clonard 3. [9kB], Map indicating the locations and sizes of all towns in Ireland with over 5000 inhabitants. streets I have found which were not in my original PRONI guide. These "quarters" differ from the districts into which Belfast is divided. ward no 2. Water Works, Pottinger 1. The constituencies for elections to the House of Commons and the Assembly are coterminous and are created by amalgamating wards into larger areas, with the city's wards split between the four 'Belfast' constituencies, although these also contain wards from bordering local authorities. As in 1973, these wards were grouped into electoral areas electing between 5 and 7 councillors. Balmoral 1. Cherryvalley 4. STREETS IN ST ANNES [4], Belfast city centre is divided into two postcode districts, BT1 for the area lying north of the City Hall, and BT2 for the area to its south. Ravenhill 5. Cliftonville 4. 21 streets in belfast ward. Use the search tool to identify your constituency by entering your postcode or street address including house number. STREETS IN ST [12kB], Map of the route of the Drumcree Orange parade and the Garvaghy Road area of Portadown, county Armagh. Beechmount 2. Map of Northern Ireland Councils and Wards PDF (1.7 MB) Map of Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council area PDF (7.1 MB) Map of Ards and North Down Borough Council area PDF (2.4 MB) Map of Armagh, Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council area PDF (8.4 MB) Map of Belfast City Council area PDF (10.2 MB) Map of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council area PDF (8.3 MB) Map of Derry … ward no 3. The majority of Belfast is located in County Antrim, but some of South and East Belfast are located on County Down. VICTORIA (2000) Those Are Real Bullets, Aren't They? Whiterock, Oldpark 1. The electoral wards of Belfast are subdivisions of the city, used primarily for statistics and elections. To view a map of an area, enter a postcode, street or area name in the search box and select the geography (e.g. Wards are the smallest administrative unit in Northern Ireland and are set by the Local Government Boundaries Commissioner and reviewed every 8–10 years. Compares the proportion of land in each county in Ireland that was owned by Roman Catholics. London: HMSO. [11kB], Two-in-one colour-coded map showing the change in the distribution of Protestants in Ireland between 1861 and 1991. Belfast had 51 wards from May 1973, which were revised in May 1985 and again in May 1993. Find local businesses, view maps and get driving directions in Google Maps. Blackstaff 2. The wards were redrawn for the 2014 elections. Each ward is coloured to indicate the proportion of Roman Catholics who make up the population. The building footprints, their use (commercial, residential, educational, etc. These four areas meet at Belfast City Centre. Crumlin 2. The Mount 6. In the Court electoral area, the existing Shankill ward was split between three other wards. [14kB], Boundary Commission map showing the electoral constituencies in Northern Ireland as used in the UK Parliament elections and the Northern Ireland Assembly elections, [616kB], Boundary Commission map showing the electoral constituencies in Belfast as used in the UK Parliament elections and the Northern Ireland Assembly elections, [569kB], Map showing the electoral constituencies in Northern Ireland as used in the overall UK Parliament elections and the new Northern Ireland Assembly elections, as at the 1998 Assembly election. WINDSOR [10kB], Outline Map of Ireland; Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland, Outline Map of Northern Ireland, small map, Outline Map of Northern Ireland, large map, Outline Map of Northern Ireland; counties, Outline Map of Northern Ireland; main cities, towns, and villages, Outline Map of Northern Ireland; district council areas, Catholics and Protestants as a Percentage of the Population, District Council Areas, 1991, Map of the Bogside and Creggan areas of Derry, Street map of Derry in 1972 showing the direction of the 'Bloody Sunday' march, Small map showing location of Glenfada Park North and South in Derry, Map showing locations of bombs planted in Belfast on Bloody Friday, 21 July 1972, Map of Derry showing the location of the Creggan and Bogside areas, and the city walls, Detailed map of Londonderry (from the Widgery Report on Bloody Sunday), June 1998 Northern Ireland Assembly Election Results, Northern Ireland voting trends 1981 to 1998, Declining Protestant population in the Irish Republic 1891 to 1991, Street map of Belfast, with 93 main roads and 18 prominent buildings named.