Geography Theme 1 part 2

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Where is the Suffolk Costal District (SCD)?
East Anglia, UK
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How many homes are planned to be built in the area?
10, 000- one third need to be affordable, and need to form sustainable communities. New schools and services will also need to be built
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Name one organisation against the development?
Members of STAG (Save Trimley Against Growth), who say that the village lifestyle of the Trimleys will be lost in the Felixstowe suburbs, lead to a drop in house prices and disruption for 20 years in the construction.
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Name another organisation against the development.
Members of SFC (Save Felixstowe Countryside) who are worried that an AONB will be spoilt, light pollution will disturb birdlife, cats and dogs will disturb other wildlife and that allotments will be lost
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Name stakeholders for the development.
Local buisness owners who feel the new development would have a positive multiplier effect, giving a boost to the local economy
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Who will decide if the development goes ahead?
National governments who set targets.
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What attitude could some of those who are against the development be said to have?
NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard)
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Where is Ynyslas?
The River Dyfi estuary, on the west coast of Wales
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Why is Ynyslas special?
It is an NNR, SSSI and a popular tourist area. Many locals depend on the tourist industry.
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What is the landscape like at Ynyslas?
Long sandy beach and sand dunes
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What conflicts are there at Ynyslas?
Damage by vehicles, trampling of the vegetation by visitors, rubbish left by visitors, dog fouling
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How is damage by vehicles dealt with (adv/dis)?
Posts and fences used to show where vehicles can not go. These work, but can be visual pollution
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How is trampling of vegetation dealt with?
Building wooden boardwalks- these work and are attractive
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How is litter dealt with?
Operating a bring in-take out policy. This, however, relies on people's cooperation.
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How is dog fouling dealt with?
People banned from walking their dogs on beaches in the summer months. This causes no damage to the environment and has no cost.
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How have more reccent management stratergies been different?
Tried to work more with the environment than against it by forcing sand erosion not to occur. Building a visitor's centre
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How many homes are planned to be built in the area?

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Name one organisation against the development?

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Name another organisation against the development.

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Name stakeholders for the development.

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