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Geography Urban Places Essay

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An HSC geography essay on urban dynamics, involving growth, development, future trends and ecological sustainability.

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Urban planning Sydney Urbanization Sustainable urban planning Urban design Urban decay Urban consolidation Urban sprawl Suburb Urban renewal Darling Harbour Urban planning in Australia
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Urban planning Sydney Urbanization Sustainable urban planning Urban design Urban decay Urban consolidation Urban sprawl Suburb Urban renewal Darling Harbour Urban planning in Australia
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Sydney is a large city in the developed world, located at 33'52'S and 151'10'E on the Eastern coast of Australia. As Sydney is approximately 12000 square km with a growing population of over 4 million, certain urban dynamics must operate in order to cater to this population whilst achieving ecological sustainability for future generations. Dynamics which have already had a significant impact on this city are subrubanisation, urban consolidation, and urban renewal. Suburbanisation, the movement of people, employment and facilities away from the city centre, has accounted for the outward growth of the Sydney region. Throughout the 1940s to the 1980s, Sydney experienced a surge of suburbanisation, where more affluent residents moved away from the CBD to attain larger and more comfortable housing, with improve...
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