CBD? Industrial Zone? Inner City? Inner Suburbs? Outer Suburbs? Starter: Write down which zone each of these pictures belong to and give a reason for each Inner City Outer Suburbs Industrial Zone Inner Suburbs CBD 1 2 5 4 3
Learning walk You will need: - your phone - sketch paper & pencil - a calm attitude
Learning walk Walk around school & up on the roof. Take photos with phone to show different land use / zones. Jot down key terms that you see (e.g. high density housing, terraced, Victorian, transport). Make field sketches of views.
How is land used around Priory School Annotate the land-use features for the photos taken from Priory’s roof – give detail and explanation. Write a sentence explaining which zone Priory belongs to and why.
What you could expect in an exam… Use evidence from the resources to prove which zone this is. (3marks)
Homework Go for a walk around Portsmouth (ooooh, exciting!) Take a series of photos to demonstrate different land use that you find Try to take photos that prove which urban zones you see, (e.g. a street of terraced housing for inner city) You can use your phone or a camera for photos. Then print out as a collage / poster / map with annotations. Due:
IT Task Find 1 Google Earth satellite screenshot and 1 OS map screenshot showing each of the 5 urban zones CBD Industrial Zone Inner City Inner Suburbs Outer Suburbs 2. Copy paste to ppt/publisher file. Label which zone it is for + how land is being used. 3. Email to [email_address]
IT Task e.g. CBD –Commercial Road, Palmerston Road, Gunwharf Quays Industrial Zone – Naval Dockyard, Fratton Way, Whale Island Inner City – Fratton, Milton, parts of Southsea Inner Suburbs – Baffins, Hilsea, Southsea, Old Portsmouth Outer Suburbs – Drayton, Farlington, Cosham
What patterns of land-use can you identify for Portsmouth? Eg. In Portsmouth, industry is mostly located around the Naval Dockyards because traditionally the main trade of the city was building ships. Write down 1 other example – give reasons to explain the pattern
CBD (CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT) 1. Leisure and entertainment facilities 5. Shops and Offices 11. Lots of public transport links 12. Oldest 13. Tall high density buildings 19. High-value land INDUSTRIAL ZONE 20. Industry TWILIGHT ZONE (INNER CITY) 3. Very few driveways 9. High-rise flats may now replace some run-down areas 14. Cheapest housing 16. Terraced housing INNER SUBURBS 6. Semi-detached houses with gardens 8. Grew in response to increased car ownership 17. Some garages OUTER SUBURBS 2. Large detached houses with garages 4. Most expensive houses 7. Newest 10. Parks and open spaces 15. Land is cheaper 18. Modern out-of -town shopping centres How is land used in urban areas? Social Cultural Economic
How is land used in Portsmouth? Glue the map into the middle of your A3 paper Cut out the statements (1-18) from the sheet Arrange these statements into the 5 urban land-use zones Glue these to your map, linking them to the correct land-use zones in Portsmouth
10. Paulsgrove, a former council estate, is found in this zone – built in the 1950s to re-house those whose houses were bombed and reduce overcrowding in the inner city; now most people own houses here though 1. An exception to the majority land-use found in this zone is found in parts of Southsea, especially along the sea front, where some big semi-detached houses can be found, originally built for naval officers 11. Modern out-of-town shopping centres, eg. North Harbour, are located in this zone because land is cheaper (meaning organisations can buy more of it) and there is more space available for large shopping centres and car parks 2. Mostly large, wealthy organisations located here because land is in short supply and therefore very expensive – smaller companies can’t afford rent. This is also why residential land-use is generally not found in this zone 12. Examples of areas included in this zone include Hilsea and Eastney 3. Examples of areas included in this zone are Fratton Industrial estate and the Naval Dockyards 13. Examples of areas included in this zone include Fratton and Southsea 4. Examples of areas included in this zone include Farlington and Paulsgrove 18. Following the war there was a higher demand for better housing, resulting in the building of this area 9. Very few driveways since this area was built at a time when most people didn’t have cars and walked to work 17. One main location for this zone is around the Naval dockyard where there is easy access for trade along with flat land for ship building and repairs 8. Another main location for this zone is along the train line and M27M275 – this provides easy access for trade 16. This zone is close to Cosham train station for London and to the M25 for Brighton and Southampton – places residents living here might work 7. Examples of areas included in this zone include Commercial Road, Gunwharf Quays and Palmerston Road 15. Lots of high density terraced housing built to home dockyard workers – walking distance to dockyards. In places high-rise blocks of flats have been built, eg. Somerstown 6. Expensive detached houses were built here as people could afford to travel to work; far away from the noise an pollution of the inner city 14.. This zone grew in response to an increase in car ownership and improved public transport 5. Most accessible part of Portsmouth – easy for shoppers and workers to get to
Which Urban Zones is 21 set in? Urban zones identified Types of urban land-use identified (e.g. Residential)
Land-use zones Use the textbooks to find out about land-use zones Make a poster that describes the 5 zones: - CBD - Industrial zone - Inner City (Twilight Zone) - Inner Suburbs - Outer Suburbs
What urban zone is ‘Oceans Eleven’ set in? Give 2 reasons for your choice