Urban - Bristol and Port Moresby

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Where is Bristol located?
South-west England (MEDC)
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Where is Port Moresby located?
Southern Papua New Guinea (LEDC)
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List their similarities in land use.
Both areas have a CBD, both impacted by physical geography like hills, higher income housing located in north-western areas
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List their differences in land use.
PM poor areas located in shanty towns on city periphery/ B poor areas located in inner city, PM has 2 cores/ B has 1, B has greenbelt causing overspill/ PM has non causing informal settlements.
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List historic causes for similarities and differences.
Segregation between upper and lower classes, both CBD built for same reasons i.e. trade.
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List physical causes for similarities and differences.
Both have steep hills preventing growth due to steep slopes, difference is area to north of Bristol is flat whilst PM is surrounded by hills which stunt formal growth in all directions.
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List social causes for similarities and differences.
Both segregation from poorer communities, ethnic segregation in both cities,
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List economic causes for similarities and differences
MEDC and LEDC differences mean housing in PM is inform whilst housing in B is government owned, both have CBD's due to bid-rent theory.
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List political causes for similarities and differences
Urban planners larger in Bristol than in PM due to better budget
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Where is Port Moresby located?

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Southern Papua New Guinea (LEDC)

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