Living Spaces

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Gentrification
Where wealthier people move into an area and carry out house improvements. This improves the quality and condition of local housing.
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Social segregation
Where richer people live in certain areas and less well of families in others.
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Functional attachment
Attachment to an area that gives you the things you need e.g. water, food, work etc.
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Emotional attachment
Involves the feelings, moods and emotions that people have about certain places.
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Multiple deprivation
When different types of deprivation e.g. lack of education, poor health, high crime and unemployment levels are combined into one overall measure of deprivation.
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Re-urbanisation
People, usually aged 25-35 or 60+, moving back into city areas.
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Green belt
An area of open land around a city, which is protected from development.
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Economic
A type of sustainablity that allows people to have access to a reliable income.
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Social
A type of sustainablity that allows people to have a reasonable quality of life with opportunities to achieve their potential.
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Greenfield sites
Areas currently used for agriculture or left for nature.
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Where richer people live in certain areas and less well of families in others.

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Social segregation

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Attachment to an area that gives you the things you need e.g. water, food, work etc.

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Involves the feelings, moods and emotions that people have about certain places.

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When different types of deprivation e.g. lack of education, poor health, high crime and unemployment levels are combined into one overall measure of deprivation.

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