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Urban Design
An examination of the urban character in British coastal towns and the 'seaside effect'.
# 61732 | 1,710 words | 4 sources | APA | 2005 | US

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This paper attempts to identify historical adherence in development along the British coastal area as well as urban sustainability in architectural construction and landscape design and development. Through a literature review of both modern as well as historical accounts of the coastal resort and port region of the British coast, it provides sound evidence based on architectural planning initiatives along the British coastal region that are environmentally conducive to land and urban coast sustainability as well as preservation and conservation of natural resources.

Rationale for Research
Research Objectives
Literature Review
Portsmouth: Industrial City/Naval Port (Hampshire County)
Brighton: Resort Town/Coastal Strip (East Sussex County)
Ramsgate: Resort/Port Town - Coastal Strip (Kent County)
Sandwich: Historic Town/Coastal Strip (Kent County)
Southampton: Port/Industrial City (Hampshire County)
Hastings: Resort Town/Coastal Strip (East Sussex County)
Summary & Conclusion

From the Paper:

"In a case study entitled Urban Renaissance in the South East Case Study 4 on town of Portsmouth which is a industrial city with a naval port located in South Hampshire of Hampshire County the population is stated to be 190,000 in the densely populated area. Portsmouth has built upon its' 'naval heritage' in the initiative to improve its image as well as facilities in attracting a broader range of local jobs as well as visitors. In a phased strategy the island- city, one of the most historic naval ports in Britain is surrounded on three sides by the sea as is located at the entrance to the Harbor that is historically famous."

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