Newcastle upon Tyne Urban Challenges
Terms in this set (14)
Inequality in Newcastle
Is large, Newcastle is the 53rd most deprived English local authority, out of 326.
Life expectancy in Newcastle
is 13.1 years lower for men and 10.9 lower for women in the most deprived areas compared to the least.
Housing in Newcastle
Is £26,000 cheaper than the National Average at £204,000 but many areas are expensive such as Gosforth
in the poorest areas of the city score the lowest number of GCSEs per pupil
more people in Newcastle are unemployed
in Newcastle compared to the rest of the UK 5.4% versus 4.2%
is the deterioration of the inner city often caused by lack of investment and maintenance.
An area with urban decline in the west of Newcastle upon Tyne.
is a standard of living below that of the majority in a particular society that involves hardships and lack of access to resources.
Byker, Walker and Benwell
have the highest unemployment rates in the city, and are all located in the old inner city areas where manufacturing industries used to dominate but have now largely closed down.
is when areas of cities are abandoned and the buildings become dilapidated.
brownfield or derelict sites that have the potential for development covering 131 hectares in Newcastle
£20 million a year
is spent by Newcastle council on recycling and waste collection and disposal.
The amount of Municipal waste
produced in Newcastle has declined since 2005
increased from 15% in 2005/6 to 40% in 2016/17
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