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Urban morpholgy of cities in the devloping world showing structure and picture for illustration

Urban morpholgy of cities in the devloping world showing structure and picture for illustration

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  • 4. Zone of Maturity Elite Residential Sector A mixture of Shanty Settlements Newly-built Shanties (Spontaneous Settlements) River Valleys, Steep Slopes: Prone to flooding and landslides SPINE DISAMENITY DISAMENITY CBD
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    • CBD
    • Offices, shops, traffic congestion, old town square, administration/Government buildings.
    • Similar to a Central Business District in an MEDC
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    • Zone of Maturity
    • Old colonial style houses with walled gardens and security guards.
    • Embassies are often located here.
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    • Spine
    • Main road/transport route from CBD to city edge and beyond.
    • Could be route to airport on city edge.
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    • Elite Residential Sector
    • Modern high-rise flats for high classes.
    • May contain local shopping centres (covered, air-con).
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    • Mixture of Shanty settlements
    • Established first generation shanty houses
    • Permanent brick built structures
    • Possess basic amenities (water, electricity, drainage system).
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    • Newly-built shanty housing
    • Known as spontaneous settlements, bustees (India), favelas (Latin America).
    • Quickly and simply constructed huts using basic materials (wood, corrugated iron, plastic sheeting).
    • No formal amenities (stand piped water, illegally wired up electricity, no waste disposal).
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    • Disamenity
    • Unwanted, poor quality land:
      • near factories (pollution)
      • rivers (flooding)
      • steep slopes (landslides)
  • 31. Zone of Maturity Elite Residential Sector A mixture of Shanty Settlements Newly-built Shanties (Spontaneous Settlements) River Valleys, Steep Slopes: Prone to flooding and landslides Land Use Model for LEDC City CBD SPINE DISAMENITY DISAMENITY