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Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation
Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation
Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation
Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation
Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation
Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation
Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation
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Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation

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The leisure hierarchy and Intra-urban spatial patterns. Point 7 of the sports, leisure and tourism option on paper 2.

The leisure hierarchy and Intra-urban spatial patterns. Point 7 of the sports, leisure and tourism option on paper 2.

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  • 1. 7. Leisure at the local scale: Sport and Recreation Aim: To understand the leisure hierarchy and apply it on a transect of Toulouse.
  • 2. Settlement Hierarchy
  • 3. Facilities & Activities Offered. FacilitiesFacilities Activities offeredActivities offered National sports centre Stadia for national sports, e.g. Stade de France, Wembley, Lansdown Road. Community Hall or Community Open space Badminton. Keep Fit. Yoga. Football. Basketball. Salle de fete. Petanque. As above plus, Tennis courts, sports hall, swimming pool As above plus: tennis; netball; gym; hockey; Professional stadia Football; rugby; basketball; hockey; ice hockey; horse racing; dog racing Open areas Parks and gardens for recreation. Children's play areas.
  • 4. Using your copy of the settlement hierarchy … • Annotate onto it where you would find the facilities set out in the table and activities offered. • Complete a short piece of writing to explain the relationship between urban settlement size and the recreational and sports facilities provision (300 words) • Include details on the frequency, size, range and catchment area.
  • 5. Intra Urban Spatial Patterns
  • 6. Over to you … Examine the distribution and location of recreational and sports facilities in the transect area from Toulouse CBD to Pibrac (rural urban fringe). • Create an annotated map (10) with details of facilities and locations spatially represented. • Then completed a piece of commentary (10) for the map that covers the following points: 1. Relate any patterns that you reveal to: 2. The patterns of accessibility 3. Land values €€ 4. Physical characteristics 5. Socio economic conditions

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