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Urban studies and planning Development Urban geography Poverty Slum Urban decay Urbanization Housing Shanty town Megacity Informal sector Public housing
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Urban studies and planning Development Urban geography Poverty Slum Urban decay Urbanization Housing Shanty town Megacity Informal sector Public housing
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, Dubbo, Wagga Wagga, Albury-Wodonga • In NSW, regional cities are defined as having populations of 11000 to about 50000 • Telecommunications technologies are having a cascade effect • The impact in regional urban centres is one of growth as they act within their regions to absorb the decline in population and activities of the smaller local centres – Deregulation (Commonwealth Bank, Telstra and Australia Post) – aims to maximise profits and reduce costs (redundancy) • Economic restructuring (privatisation and corporatisation) has influenced the growth of regional centres and the decline of small towns • The increasing role of regional centres is a phenomenon of inland rural areas rather than coastal • Factors contributing to this: o Drought: small rural towns always have a battle to survive but when the farming community is struggling financially (many on the bri...
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