Regenerating Places

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  • Regenerating Places
    • Economic Sector
      • Primary - producing food crops and raw materials
        • Secondary - manufacturing finished products
          • Tertiary - providing services either in public, private or voluntary sector
            • Quaternary - Providing specialist services (finance, law IT, biotech)
    • Socio-economic inequalities
      • Regional Inequalities - London 50% highest income obs, Yorkshire 4%
        • Variations of Quality of Life - London low in life satisfaction
          • Income and Health - not good health = deprivation
            • Occupation and Life Expectancy - 5-6 year difference in highest and lowest occupational groups
              • Variations in Educational Achievement - London highest % of a and A* grades and % of adults with degrees NE = lowest
    • London's East End
      • 1978-1973, over 12,000 jobs lost Re-Imaging therefore occurred
        • LDDC- London Docklands Development Corporation
          • formed in 1981 bringing everyone together to re-image the area
          • Cultral Erosion has occured
      • CATCH - Caning Town And Customs House
        • Community led regeneration
    • The Causes of Change
      • Globalisation
        • Employment Sector Change
          • In ward Migration
    • Quantitative Approaches
      • Surveys
      • Profiling - Census Data
    • Qualitative Approaches
      • Photo's
      • Interviews
    • Successful/Unsuccessful  Regions
      • Sydney, Inward Migration, 40/43 foreign banks operating in Australia have their headquarters in Sydney
      • Rust Belt - USA  coal country, drug crime is rife, Primary Sector Employment
    • Grampund Village in Cornwall
      • Opened a village shop - 257 houses became shareholders. grants from parish council
      • Very strong community
      • Older people often more connected to their place then the younger generations
    • UK Government
      • HS2
        • Euston-Birmingham then onto Manchester and Leeds
          • Through Chilterns AoNB and National Parks
      • Local Enterprise Zones
        • Science Parks _Southampton
    • Re-Branding
      • Bronte Country
        • Tourism increased through re-branding of the area to be about the books written there
      • Glasgow
        • European City of Culture in 1990, Docks used BBC offices for Scotland
    • Stakeholders
      • Rural
        • stronger bond between local community and government - Combined University of Cornwall, Falmouth and Exeter
      • Urban
        • NIMBY

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