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This piece of coursework is based in Bristol and how the city is laid out. This includes the residential areas, the industrial areas & how Bristol, if at all fits into any of the existing city land use models.

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Introduction This piece of coursework is based in Bristol and how the city is laid out. This includes the residential areas, the industrial areas & how Bristol, if at all fits into any of the existing city land use models. This also requires a bit of fieldwork, explaining the area's buildings, streets, landscape and the like. Aims: My aims are to find out: 1. How do residential areas change as you move from the central suburbs to the edge of the city? 2. Why is Modern industry located upon the edge of the city? 3. How well does Bristol fit the models of Urban Land use that were proposed by Burgess, Hoyt, Harris and Ullman? Data collection The way in which I have collected data is through a fieldtrip and looking at given areas and interpreting how they have become in this way, how old the development is, what kind of facilities there are, how wealthy the people are, cleanliness etc. ...read more.

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Few Location of Open Space Nearby ? Distant Trees along roadside Many ? (None) Few Distance to busy road(s) Distant ? Close Photo of House - Front elevation AMENITY SCORE Is there one? Distance in minutes (ETA) Post Box ? 2 Bus Stop ? 5 Newsagent ? 5 Post Office ? N/A Chemist ? 5 Primary School ? 1 Health Centre ? N/A Pub ? 5 Any other shops or services available in the area? 1. Bank 2. Doctor 3. Kebab House 4. Estate Agents 5. Hairdressers 6. Supermarket (Associated Dairies) 7. Argos 8. Bakery 9. Fast Food Photo of Street This Environmental Quality Survey (EVQ) shows that ENVIROMENTAL QUALITY SURVEY OF THOMAS AVENUE, EMMERSONS GREEN, 11.3.03 ENVIROMENTAL SCORE New ? Old Quiet ? Busy Friendly ? Unfriendly Tidy ? Untidy Clean ? Dirty Pretty ? Ugly Interesting ? Boring Planned ? Unplanned Wealthy ? Poor Colourful ? Drab Safe ? Dangerous Spacious ? Cramped Housing Score What types of houses are found in this area? Detached Houses ? ...read more.

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Dangerous Spacious ? Cramped Housing Score What types of houses are found in this area? Detached Houses Semi-detached Houses ? Terraced Houses Bungalows Flats - more than 5 storeys Flats - less than 5 storeys Other (Please Specify) Indicate further details in the area Age of House New ? Old Condition of House Good ? Bad Size of Garden Large ? Small Number of Garages Most ? Few Location of Open Space Nearby ? Distant Trees along roadside Many ? Few Distance to busy road(s) Distant ? Close Photo of Front elevation AMENITY SCORE Is there one? Distance in minutes (ETA) Post Box ? 0 Bus Stop ? 0 Newsagent ? 0 Post Office ? 0 Chemist ? N/A Primary School ? N/A Health Centre ? N/A Pub ? N/A Any other shops or services available in the area? 1. Restaurants 2. Hairdresser 3. Estate Agents 4. Driving School 5. Greengrocer 6. Hardware Store Photo of street This EVQ shows that 1 ?= Negative ?= Positive II II ...read more.

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