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Money earned goes down the further
North west that you go.
The highest earning area in the country is
Information that can't be measured
Information that can be measured e.g. Size, height.
Data you collect yourself
Data recorded by someone else that you look at and use
Influences of regeneration
2011 BBC , 2002 Commonwealth games, 1996 IRA bombings.
Identity of a place
Physical landscape. Human landscape (buildings made of local brick or stone). Economic past. Religious past. Media portrayal.
(Changing the image of an area) Closure of coal mines in 1970's. Young people moving south. 1980's becomes cheaper to import so secondary and primary sector begin shutting down. Jobs need to change from primary and secondary to tertiary and quaternary.
2014 - george Osbourne announces the need for a northern powerhouse to rival london.
Aim to stop people moving south by improving the economic imbalance from north to soutbh
Need for regeneration
Good place get better more easily which attracts migration and investment. But this growth occurs at the expense of another place.
Bad points of regeneration
Rising property prices force low paid workers out.
Development of sink estates.
Sense of attachment
Age, ethnicity, gender, levels of deprivation & length of residence.
Damaging lack of material benefits considered to be basic necessities in a society
Deindustrialisation improves women's job chances.
Women are more involved in the community looking after children.
Older people have more time to give to the community
Young family use chain stores.
Group together in different areas
Stay near there religious buildings
Less likely to vote if poor.
Us and then (1%)
Having one large employer in and area that closes.
Length of residence (largest effect)
Students only cause population fluctuations
Short stay so there less likely to engage.
Long term, meet through school, express interest in the running of the area.
Students go home and take the money.
Investment to improve appeal. Transport & built/natural environment.
Middlesbrough is at the centre of the tees valley which has been recognised as a large contributor to national economic growth which is attracting investment to Middlesbrough because people are more confident to.
£103million program for new schools
Aligns proposal of economic growth with the renewal of housing market with required education culture and leisure
Middlesbrough grew rapidly during
The industrial era due to a large amount of natural resources including iron ore and water.
Middlesbrough is currently struggling with a declining
Population and low levels of education attainment
People and the economy dependent on
Low pay part time jobs
34.9% 24 or under
Higher that average. Lots of single person households
Lower than average (6.3%) black and minority ethnicities.
Births higher than deaths but out migration is causing a declining population.
Manufacturing (half national average)
Public sector services
Service sector (a lot higher than national average).
1/3 of Middlesbrough is employed by
1% of the towns employers
Double the national average
Regeneration in castlefield
Building made of orange brick to fit in with the area
Population dropped from 100,000 in 1950 to 30,000 in 2001
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