Settlement

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Settlement

  1. 1. Settlement revision LO: To understand all aspects from the topic of settlement
  2. 2. The different parts of a city: Your task: What is each part of the city like? Make a list of the characteristics of each part of the city. -The CBD -The inner city -The inner suburbs -The outer suburbs -The rural/urban fringe Think: Where would you find – a). The most expensive land? b). The newest developments? c). Brownfield land? d). Greenfield land? e). Businesses? f). Families? g). Old factories?
  3. 3. Developing urban areas: Your task: Make a copy of the table below, and put the needs into the correct columns; suggesting how planners could meet these needs. Social Needs How/where ? Economic needs How/where ? Environmental needs How/whe re? Housing Better transport systems and routes Waste disposal Jobs More green spaces More social activities, e.g. golf/parks SUSTAINABILITY: Think: How could you make each of these needs sustainable? Is all development sustainable?
  4. 4. Key words/phrases: Sphere of Influence: The area that people come from to buy things. Shops that sell large, high order goods have bigger spheres of influence than convenience goods (low order goods) Threshold population: The minimum population needed to support a shop. Higher order good shops have a higher threshold. Low order goods: Goods bought frequently, e.g. food. These are also called convenience goods. High order goods: Goods that are bought less frequently, e.g. Electrical goods, furniture etc. These are more expensive and may be called
  5. 5. Changes in retail provision over time: Think: a). Why has retail provision changed over time? b). What retail service is there more of now - Those selling comparison or convenience goods? c). Where are you more likely to find high order goods stores – places with a higher or lower population? Why?
  6. 6. Why has retail changed over time? Transport: Money: A want: Your task: Explain each of the pictures above to explain why retail provision and services have changed over time. Extension: Can you add any more reasons?

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