Developed world cities have land use zones with recognisable characteristics which have experienced change and redevelopment. Developing world cities have to deal with issues in their shanty towns.
Where is the CBD located?
Centre of a town/city
Outskirts of a town/city
Beside new business district
What two land use zones make up the inner city?
Old housing zone and CBD
Old housing zone and old industrial zone
New industrial zone and new business district
What does the new housing zone not have?
Cul-de-sacs and crescents
Gardens and garages
Tenements and chimneys
What does the new industrial zone not have?
Low density buildings
Large car parks
What changes have not taken place on the rural/urban fringe?
Decentralisation of offices
What changes have not taken place in the CBD?
Multi-storey car parks
Why do people move to cities in developing countries?
For a lower standard of living
For better housing
What features are uncommon in shanty towns?
What is not a key feature of a self-help scheme in shanty towns?
Large scale project
Government provide materials
The skills of local people are used
What is not a key feature of site and service schemes in shanty towns?
Brick houses with electricity and water
Services like schools and health centres
Undertaken by local people