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Name:_____________________

GCSE Geography
Theme 1 & 2 Case
Studies Year 10 2012

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ACCESS to SERVICES: Castle Green
REDEVELOPMENT: London Docklands
REDEVELOPMENT OF A BROWNFIELD SITE/SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT--London 2012 Olympic site, Stratford
URBAN CHANGES in LEDCs: Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Improving shanty towns) OR
Johannesburg, South Africa
RURAL to URBAN MIGRATION: Limpopo to Johannesburg, South Africa
COUNTERURBANISATION: Thurston, Suffolk
STANDARD OF LIVING IN A LEDC--Ghana…

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Theme2--Naturalinteractions

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Access to Urban Services in an MEDC--Castle Green, Dagenham
Advantages of living in urban areas is that you get access to a range of useful services:
A variety of public transport services (incl bus, train and underground)
Background:
A community school was built which included many facilities that have improved…

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available during the mornings.
A local football club lost their pitches when the centre was being built..
Dog walkers have lost the only large are of green space in the area.
People have to pay to use the facilities.

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London Docklands During the 19th Century and up to the 1950's London was the busiest port in
the world. Because of improvements in technology the docks were virtually abandoned and
became derelict. By 1981 the area had very few jobs, the docks had closed and over half the
land was…

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Name:_____________________

GCSE Geography
Theme 1 & 2 Case
Studies Year 10 2012

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ACCESS to SERVICES: Castle Green
REDEVELOPMENT: London Docklands
REDEVELOPMENT OF A BROWNFIELD SITE/SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT--London 2012 Olympic site, Stratford
URBAN CHANGES in LEDCs: Sao Paulo, Brazil. (Improving shanty towns) OR
Johannesburg, South Africa
RURAL to URBAN MIGRATION: Limpopo to Johannesburg, South Africa
COUNTERURBANISATION: Thurston, Suffolk
STANDARD OF LIVING IN A LEDC--Ghana…

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Theme2--Naturalinteractions

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Access to Urban Services in an MEDC--Castle Green, Dagenham
Advantages of living in urban areas is that you get access to a range of useful services:
A variety of public transport services (incl bus, train and underground)
Background:
A community school was built which included many facilities that have improved…

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available during the mornings.
A local football club lost their pitches when the centre was being built..
Dog walkers have lost the only large are of green space in the area.
People have to pay to use the facilities.

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London Docklands During the 19th Century and up to the 1950's London was the busiest port in
the world. Because of improvements in technology the docks were virtually abandoned and
became derelict. By 1981 the area had very few jobs, the docks had closed and over half the
land was…

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