Regeneration

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Regeneration
Is a long term process involving social, economic and physical action to reverse decline and make positive changes
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Place
Geographical spaces shaped by individuals and communities over time
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Rural-Urban Continuum
The unbroken transition from sparsely or unpopulates remote rural areas to heavily poulated intensively used urban places
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Quinary
The highest level of decision making in an economy- government, business executives, and universities... Concentrated in STEM ( science, technology, engineering and maths) employment areas
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Players
These are people with an interest in the schemes trying to modify areas to improve them.
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Rebranding
Is the way or ways in whcih a place is re-developed and marketed so that it gains a new identity.
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Re- imaging
Is the remodelling of areas to counter negative perceptions and provice 'post-industrial' functions eg. retailing, leisure and tourism
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Deindustrialisation
Is a process of social and economic change caused by the removal or reduction of industrial capacity or acivity in a country or region.
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Onshoring
The return of previously off shore inductries back to the UK since 2011
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Location quotient
A mapable ratio, it measures the contribtion to the economy of each individual producer, industry or secor in the UK. LQ's over one show a specific concentration locally of an employment type,close to or at 1 show a similar local and national pattern
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Gross value added
Measures the contribution to the economy of each individual producer, industry or sector in the IK. It is used in the estimation of gross domestic product
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Quality of life
Is the level of social and economic well-being experienced by individuals and communities, measured by indicators such a health, happiness, education and life expectancy
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Functions
The role a place plays in the community and surroundingd
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Characteristics
The physical and human aspects that distinguish one from another - cultural traits, language, architecture and land use
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Gentrification
Is a process of renovation and revival of deteriorated urban neighbourhoods by means of influx of more affluent residents
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Studentification
Social, economic and environmental change brought about by the concentration of students in cities close to universities
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Perception
Your view of an area will vary from others depending on different factors
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Geographical spaces shaped by individuals and communities over time

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The unbroken transition from sparsely or unpopulates remote rural areas to heavily poulated intensively used urban places

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The highest level of decision making in an economy- government, business executives, and universities... Concentrated in STEM ( science, technology, engineering and maths) employment areas

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These are people with an interest in the schemes trying to modify areas to improve them.

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