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  • The Central Business District of Kidderminster

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    The Central Business District of Kidderminster Introduction ============ For my GCSE fieldwork we were required to visit the central Business District (CBD for short) of a town or a city. The town that I will investigate is called Kidderminster, and is located in Central England, near the Wyre Forest District in the countryside of Worcestershire on the Stour River. Kidderminster is just 19 miles south of Birmingham. It has a very industrial history and is known as the origin of the

  • The Impact of the Central Business District on Houses

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    The Impact of the Central Business District on Houses We are aiming to find out if houses become more sparse, modern , larger and increase in individuality with larger surrounding land, as we move further away from the Central Business District (CBD) We will be noting damage to property, vandalism and factors which affect quality of life as well as the house prices and recording the inevitable rises as we walk along our transect line: from the tightly packed Victorian terraces adjacent to

  • Importance Of Travel In Australia

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    Well my life as a business traveller in Australia has landed me in Melbourne located in Victoria more then just a few times. With many business trips year around this is one place I do not complain about coming to. I have traveled many locations all over Australia this is by far one of the greatest places I have been to. When I hear that I need to return on business or pleasure I look forward to it greatly. I have come back many times just to spend time with my family and friends while I am not

  • Factor Affecting the Presence of Crime in Inner Cities of America

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    The presence of crime in the inner cities of America is the result of many different factors. Although it is impossible to explain the issue with one single theory, it is possible to recognize the characteristics within society that have traditionally been associated with crime. These include poor neighborhoods, weak family structures and high rates of unemployment. However, they cannot be used to explain overarching mechanisms of extremely high rates of American urban crime today. Social structures

  • The Influence Of Architecture

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    architecture can affect society, and that it can even have a role in making a place civilized by making a community more livable. The Arts District at Bay Street, Bellingham, WA and Church Street Marketplace District, Burlington, Vermont are wonderful examples of this influence. The historic Church Street Marketplace is part of a National Register Historic District, with Victorian and Art Deco architecture as well as Modern infill buildings. The concept of Market Street and Church Street originated

  • The Business District of Kingston

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    The Business District of Kingston Introduction ============ Kingston-upon-Thames is the county town of Surrey. As its name suggests, it lies on the river Thames in between Twickenham and Hampton Court. It is the area's biggest shopping centre, boasting a wide variety of stores and shops located mainly around the pedestrianised centre and the old market, for example like The Bentalls Centre and The John Lewis Centre. The shopping centre attracts many visitors, especially at weekends

  • History Of Residential Space

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    people make, on the consumption front along with savings, which is a potential investment option. To lead a sustainable life, an individual has to fulfill a set of basic needs- food, shelter and clothing, for which monetary considerations are the central to these needs. Thus it becomes palpable, that a person will settle down in a place where there are ample employment opportunities, social security and job security. With high levels of growth being realized by India along with optimistic projections

  • Analysis Of Land Use Graphs

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    are still able to buffer potential contaminants or that ground stability is sustainable for buildings and infrastructure. The land in 1867 was mostly being used for agricultural as farming was key to the primary industry. In 1916 the residential business has increased rapidly as an increase in human activity has resulted in a need for new homes. Then in this present day the industrial industry took a rapid boost as machinery was needed to provide a safe, efficient transport link (hub) for civilians

  • Concentric Zone Analysis

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    transport as availability of private cars were not common. It is a model where zones are divided by concentric circles. (Bunyi, J. 2010) Figure 1: Concentric Zone Model (SSC Leichhardt Geography Blog, 2011) The zones are divided with the Central Business District (CBD) in the centre, where most businesses are as it has a developed transport system to accommodate commuters. As this area is highly accessible, many businesses and restaurants are built in the area. The factory zone sits outside the CBD

  • Toledo, Ohio

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    housing around downtown. Over time, these housing areas became lower class housing and ethnic sectors arose within these areas. If you look at the sector model in figure 9.17 on page 258, this is the exact structure of Toledo. Just off the central business district, there is manufacturing that spreads up and down the Maumee River. Around these two areas, the lower class housing area persists. In Toledo, the lower class sector to the left of the manufacturing grew a large Hispanic population, which