Settlement 2
Building is restricted in which 'belt'? Find out in this quiz.

Settlement 2

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Villages and towns are two types of settlement. A settlement conventionally includes its constructed facilities such as roads, enclosures, field systems, boundary banks and ditches, ponds, parks and woods, mills, manor houses, moats and churches.

Try our second Geography quiz on settlements.

1.
Where in a city is land most expensive?
CBD
Council estates
Inner suburbs
Outer suburbs
Only large shops and offices can afford to locate there
2.
What is the area of ground on which a settlement is built?
Form
Layout
Site
Situation
3.
Row houses were originally built for which group of people?
Factory owners
Factory workers
Policemen
Single mothers
They were built within walking distance of factories
4.
Semi-detached houses were first built in large numbers in which decade?
1900s
1930s
1960s
1980s
5.
What would you expect to find most of in the CBD?
Detached houses
Farmland
Parks
Shops and offices
6.
Settlements with widely spread buildings are called what?
Disjointed
Dispersed
Segregated
Split-level
e.g. a mountainous area would be dispersed
7.
Which of these is an inner city benefit?
Poor housing
High rates of crime
Access to public transportation
Traffic congestion
8.
A house joined to another on only one side is called what?
Demi-terraced
Detached
Maisonette
Semi-detached
9.
Building is restricted in which zone?
Black belt
Eco belt
Green belt
Open belt
Green belts are designed to prevent urban sprawl
10.
Expanding into the rural-urban fringe is called urban what?
Ballooning
Extension
Sprawl
Stretch
Author:  Jan Crompton

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