Latitude: 55.9944 / 55°59'39"N
Longitude: -3.9243 / 3°55'27"W
OS Eastings: 280069
OS Northings: 679608
OS Grid: NS800796
Mapcode National: GBR 1D.V6BQ
Mapcode Global: WH4PS.PLGH
Open Location Code: 9C7RX3VG+Q7
Geographic coordinates are the approximate centre of the area covered by FK4 1QQ, and are not necessarily those of any specific postal address within it.
FK4 1QQ is a non-residential postcode in Longcroft, Falkirk. It was first introduced in May 1987.
The average commercial rateable value is £4,100. The most common recorded business type is Yard and Buildings.
FK4 1QQ is in the Falkirk and Stirling travel to work area. NHS services are provided by the Falkirk Community Health Partnership Primary Care Trust.
FK4 1QQ has a Healthy Living Index of 4/10 (Low).
FK4 1QQ has a Neighbourhood Retail Diversity Index of 0/10 (Nonexistent), and an Area Retail Diversity Index of 3/10 (Low). Supermarkets near FK4 1QQ include Co-Operative Food and Sainsbury's. (Source: Open Streetmap)
FK4 1QQ is approximately 56m (184ft) above sea level.
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Residents of FK4 1QQ are represented at different levels of local, regional and national government by elected representatives. Where known, these are shown here.
This data is updated approximately monthly, and may not necessarily take account of the results of any elections held recently.
Please note! Local elections were held across much of the UK on 2nd May 2019, and elections to the European parliament are scheduled to be held on 23rd May 2019. The list of elected representatives shown here will be updated as soon as possible after the election results are published, but you should not rely on them in the short term.
Denny and Banknock
Jim Blackwood (Labour)
Martin Oliver (SNP)
Paul Garner (SNP)
Brian Mccabe (Independent)
Mark Griffin (Labour)
Alison Harris (Conservative)
Monica Lennon (Labour)
Richard Leonard (Labour)
Margaret Mitchell (Conservative)
Graham Simpson (Conservative)
Elaine Smith (Labour)
Scottish Parliament constituency
Michael Matheson (SNP)
United Kingdom Parliament
John McNally (Scottish National Party)
Ian Hudghton (SNP)
David Martin (Labour)
Baroness Nosheena Mobarik CBE (Conservative)
Alyn Smith (SNP)
Catherine Stihler (Labour)
David Coburn ()
Ofcom publishes annual statistics for Broadband availability. This is the most recent data for FK4 1QQ.
Broadband statistics for commercial properties are less reliable than for domestic properties, as businesses are more likely to have other forms of Internet access that are not classified as 'Broadband'.
The most recent Ofsted rankings for schools near FK4 1QQ.
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