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AS Human Geography: Suburbanisation - Tuesday 18th December
Suburbanisation is the increased movement of people / services and industries from the centres of inner urban areas outwards, towards and onto the edges of ...
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What is gentrification and how is it connected to reurbanisation? Choose from one of the case studies ... London Docklands Key Geography for GCSE P168-169 ...
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to understand the causes of rapid urbanisation in LEDCs (focusing on rural-urban migration, including push and pull factors, and high rates of natural ...
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