Re-urbanisation

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  • Push from rural areas, lack specific amenities, cheaper housing, fed up of commuting
  • Re-urbanisation

    1. 1. Define the following: 1. Urbanisation 2. Suburbansiation3. Counter-urbanisation 4. Re-urbanisation
    2. 2. What is re-urbanisationDefine re-urbanisationIdentify the causes of re-urbanisationExplore the different ways re-urbanisation cantake placeDetermine the positive and negative effects
    3. 3. Re-urbanisation“the process whereby towns and cities in MEDCswhich have been experiencing a loss of populationare able to reverse the decline and begin to growagain. Some form of redevelopment is oftenrequired to start re-urbanisation”“movement of people into the city centre or innercity as part of urban regeneration”
    4. 4. CAUSES?
    5. 5. • Movement of individuals or groups into older housing and gentrification occurs• ‘large scale’ investment programmes aimed at urban regeneration – property led regeneration schemes• A move towards ‘Sustainable communities’- this means that economically the city is sustainable and can provide their inhabitants with a place to work, live, reliable income, a reasonable quality of life and opportunities to develop through education and health provision.
    6. 6. Gentrification• This is where housing is improved by individuals/ groups.• Mostly affluent (those working in professional/managerial jobs) who carry this out• It is NOT supported by bodies but encouraged by housing estate agents
    7. 7. Gentrification
    8. 8. POSITIVES NEGATIVESSocial mix of the area Local people on lowchanges with more income find it difficult toaffluent afford housingIncrease in bars, Private rentedrestaurants and services accommodation is sold off and reducesThe residents have higher Friction betweenpurchasing power incomers and original residentsEmployment created
    9. 9. TASK: Create a case study on Notting Hill, London Include the following: 1.Location (think maps!) 2.History3. Specific examples of gentrification (eg. Cafes) 4. Remember keys facts and figures
    10. 10. What is re-urbanisationDefine re-urbanisationIdentify the causes of re-urbanisationExplore the different ways re-urbanisation cantake placeDetermine the positive and negative effects
    11. 11. What are the causes of re- urbanisation? Sketch them
    12. 12. This powerpoint was produced for a revisionlesson on re-urbanisation for an A Level classdoing AQA Geography.Pictures from Google Images, quotes fromGeography DictionaryJ.Carr 2nd in Department at St Bees School

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