Currently working on adding the Scheme of Work links. Layout of the page needs a computer update …created with the wordpress app. Local places vary economically and socially with change driven by local, national and global processes. These processes include movements of people, capital, information and resources, making some places economically dynamic while other places appear to be marginalised. This creates and exacerbates considerable economic and social inequalities both between and within local areas. Urban and rural regeneration programmes involving a range of players involve both place making regeneration and place marketing rebranding.
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Background to Newcastle. Urbanisation and its impacts. Suburbanisation in Newcastle. Counterurbanisation in Newcastle. Newcastle-upon-Tyne is a large city in the Northeast of England that exhibits all of the characteristics of this World Cities Unit.
This is because larger ships could no longer access the port. Unemployment soared, the back to back terraced housing fell into disrepair and there was a lack of transport and leisure facilities. The area became the first Enterprise Zones in
Download Digimap for Schools map of Park Hill. Park Hill was previously the site of back-to-back housing, a mixture of two—three storey tenement buildings, waste ground, quarries and steep alleyways. The streets were arranged in a gridiron with continuous terraces of back-to-back houses facing the streets, backing onto other houses facing into an internal court-yard. There were shared privies that were not connected to mains drainage.