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INTRO LAYOUT
1. ATFQ 2. DEFINE SUBURBANISATION 3. INTRODUCE NORTH SYDNEY (MINYCITY) 4. ANSWER QUESTION
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PARAPGRAPH 1 LAYOUT
HISTORY OF SUBURBANISATION. 1. TRANSPORT THAT DROVE IT-trams and rail (1860-1920), development of commercial trucking industry 3. 1970s lived close to city, changed and created 'edge cities' 4. led to a reconstruction of the mectrolpolitcan econom
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PARAGRAPH 2 LAYOUT
NATURE OF SUBURBANISATION - 1. REDEFINE SUBURBANISATION. 2 FACTORS CONTRIBUTING TO SUBURBANISATION - high birth rates and migration, expansion in home ownership, rising standards of pay and living expectations to pursue "Australian household dream"
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What is leading to the end of suburbanisation
Gentrification, urban consolidation and a flat building boom all point towards the end of suburbanisation
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Impact on North Sydney (paragraph 4)
1. Statement continuing argument and introduce NS. 2. third largest business district in AUS, 3.4% of states GDP, 3. Unique cultural tendencies different from CBD 4. Most people catch public transport due to living close, compared to 71% of pop car
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Social effects on economic restructuring
- Pockets and districts of poverty, unemployment, violence, p 1% of the population controlled 25% of Australia’s personal wealthoor health & social distress now feature in Sydney’s social morphology,
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Social advantage and disadvantage
- Rising poverty & social disadvantage because of:  High levels of unemployment  Casualisation of the workforce  Falling wages  Cuts to welfare & public services, 40% of men 25 – 44 earn $1000+/week, >17% of men 25 – 44 earning
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Changing economic character
Sydney Harbour’s decline as a working port & the development of new business parks. between 1968-1969 & 1983-1984, declined from 42% of all employed in manufacturing, to 29%.
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What areas have grown
 Pharmaceutical & chemical industries  Food processing  Packaging  Building materials  Manufacturing & specialised engineering
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What areas have had significant closure
 Metal fabrication  Industrial  Electrical machinery subsectors
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Sydneys future
 Sydney’s population will rise by 60 000/annum for the foreseeable future  Problem is getting worse 1981 – 91 – Sydney population up by 12%, car use up by 20%.
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HISTORY OF SUBURBANISATION. 1. TRANSPORT THAT DROVE IT-trams and rail (1860-1920), development of commercial trucking industry 3. 1970s lived close to city, changed and created 'edge cities' 4. led to a reconstruction of the mectrolpolitcan econom

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