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To map the land Use of Skipton and see if it relates to Urban Models.

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Introduction

15/07/01 Land Use Vaqas Aslam AIM To map the land Use of Skipton and see if it relates to Urban Models. HYPOTHESES 1) Skipton will fit the Burgess model (Concentric Rings). ...read more.

Middle

S - Shops / Offices I - Industry L - Low Classed Housing (Terraced) M - Middle Class Housing H - High Class Housing O - Open Space INTERPRETATION Hypotheses 1 - Skipton will fit the Burgess Model.(Concentric Ring) ...read more.

Conclusion

CONCLUSION The first hypotheses was wrong, as the land use did not fit the concentric ring model. The second hypotheses was proved correct as the land use was organised in sectors. CRITIQUE I think that this is the only result that I can get for this investigation, as the results won't change regularly. ...read more.

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