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City of Stuttgart models and land use zones

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City of Stuttgart models and land use zones
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Stuttgart
Burgess's concentric ring model
Explanation:
CBD is the center, business- expensive land
social class and structure
Working class- work in city and factories
Higher class- big areas, drive into city
city grows in rings, outwards
Hoyt's sector model
Limitations
No reference to out of CBD services
not including physical landscape shape
no commuter villages
Harris & Ulman's multiple nuclei model
Explanation:
more than one nuclei, not only CBD
land suitability and price
complex city
centrifugal-growth in more than one area
HOYT"S MODEL
High class
Wide streets
Clubs. Luxuries- tennis
Big houses, detached, drive ways
Big view over city, no factories
Near fields- good air
Working Class
Houses, right by roads- loud
Near factories
Connected houses, apartments
Near public transportation

Urban, rural Fringe
The outskirts, transitioning zone where town meets country side
CBD- Central Business District
Industry
Light
Heavy
Factories
large, lots of space
Loud, pollution
near transportation
factories-small
not loud
less pollution
near services
Limitations:
out of date- 1925- change in transport
made in America, no access to outside
minimal zones...eg. urban rural fringe
simplified, physical landscape no considered
decentralization
Investigate which land use model fits the urban morphology of the city of Stuttgart
by: Nathalie Buu
High multi- storey buildings
stores
historical buildings, culture
offices, finance, banks
Transportation- bus, railway
flat ground, center
Middle class
airports
fields, crops, farms
forest
golf courses
Limitations:
gentrification
industry by CBD and transport
no physical landscape
Explanation:
communication routes
CBD- is the center, expensive
factories, along main transport ways
zones attract and repel
higher class - may live in CBD- gentrification
houses, apartments
small gardens
houses, attached
small roads, cars parked
smaller CBD's
start of growth
services, small town
residential+ entertainment
business, ICT, medical
Stuttgart compared to land use models
Business Center (mini CBD)
Differences
No circles
decentralization
High class near CBD
Industry by transport routes
valley shape
Differences
industry near CBD and transport
High class far from CBD, gentrication
valley shape

similarities
CBD is the center
industry near CBD
working class near industry
Differences
decentralization
no suburbs
business centers
Similarities:
Industry in sector, transport route
working class by industry
high class by CBD
middle class between working class and high class

Similarities
business centers- by middle and high class
industry by working class
high class by suburbs
industry- in sector, transport routes
high class near CBD, and outwards
working class surrounds industry
high class in between middle class
PICTURES:
Stuttgart Flächennutzungsplan. 2012. Photograph. Stuttgart. 2012. Web. 29 Sept. 2013. <http://www.stuttgart.de/aktueller-fnp>.
Harris and Ulman's. 1945. Photograph. Web. 29 Sept. 2013. <http://share.nanjing-school.com/dpgeography/hlsl-common-options/urban-environments/urban-land-use/>.
Burgess's Model. 1925. Photograph. S-cool. Web. 29 Sept. 2013. <http://www.s-cool.co.uk/a-level/assets/learn_its/alevel/geography/urban-profiles/models-from-burgess-and-hoyt/2007-10-15_162143.gif>.
Schlossplatz. N.d. Photograph. Stuttgart. Web. 29 Sept. 2013. <http://cache2.allpostersimages.com/p/LRG/21/2169/U5XCD00Z/affiches/levy-yadid-schlossplatz-king-wilhelm-jubilee-column-neues-schloss-stuttgart-baden-wurttemberg-germany.jpg>.

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Works cited
However...
Stuttgart is a MEDC
difficult to seperate rich and poor
bombing, no twighlight zone
no city is the same
physical landscape, transportation
inner city/twighlight zone
basically also working class zone
old, narrow, by transport
near CBD, houses look the same
was bombed during war
Special thanks to:
Aimee, Derek, Emma, Esther, Julius, Kaya, Lucas, Marco, Robert, Rio & Stella
thank you!
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