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Brighton methodology

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Introduction

Technique Why was the data necessary? Where was the data collected? How was the data collected? Problems encountered on the day? On the day solutions to problems. Questionnaire to residents To find out views from the residents if they thought redeveloping the west pier are would have a positive impact from their point of view Palace pier, West Pier, Lanes Firstly by asking the public if they where 'residents' or 'tourists' if residents gave them the 'residents' questions. Hard filling out questionnaires in the time limit given with people refusing to fill out etc. ...read more.

Middle

Hard filling out questionnaires in the time limit given with people refusing to fill out etc. Sharing results with other groups. Making time from easier tasks and cutting into lunch Quality of environment To see whether the upkeep of the area should be a major focus to develop on. Palace pier, West Pier. On a scale of 1-7 (1 being the best and 7 being the worst) we gave our opinion on different areas saying how clean it was and how it made you feel etc Some of the opinions we had to give were a bit irrelevant to our study for example. ...read more.

Conclusion

Managing to fit in counting with all the other tasks, solved by counting for half the time then double our results Land use mapping To see what services are available along the coast and to see how wealthy the coast is. To see what competition there would be created when the West pier is redeveloped. Palace pier, West Pier, Lanes Writing down the names of the buildings and shops along the coast. This was done at sea level and at road level. Difficult fitting in with every thing and some building hard to spot what it was so it was difficult to graph them Seeing if any one else managed to see what it was. Spending more time filling it out and finding names ...read more.

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