BLACKPOOL CASE STUDY GCSE AQA

The Beach Coastal Protection – The sea defenses have been damaged and replaced with ‘Spanish steps’ leading down to the sea that will protect the coastline and increase public access to the seafront. A wave scupture has been added and Wifi connectivity included. The town caters for more visitors than any other UK resort. Blackpool fits the Butler Tourist Life cycle model well. This created huge competition for Blackpool and other UK seaside resirts. Stagnation – the facilities for the tourists may decline as they become old and run down.

In the railway was built, cutting travel costs and time. The Yellowstone Supervolcano – Case Study. Some popular attractions are: Cahora Bassa Dam – Case Study. Factory workers could increasingly afford a holiday , and travelled by train to the coast. Blackpools summer weather is extremely unreliable which proved a major disadvantage. Decline – if the resort is not rejuvenated stage 6 then it will go into decline.

Visitor numbers grew from about 3 million to 8 million.

Visitor numbers grew from 8 million to 17million. Minehead – Case Study.

Blackpool – Case Study – Geography revision – AQA GCSE

Tourism in Blackpool – A coastal gcss in the UK. Rejuvenation – investment and modernisation may occur which leads to improvements and visitor numbers may increase again.

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Fewer people visited Blackpool as a result. Consolidation – the area continues to attract tourists. The Yellowstone Supervolcano – Case Study. This is to attract and enhance the character, appearance and atmosphere of the area. Brilliance – a town lighting scheme that aims to encourage visitors to explore the town centre further at night and day. Some tensions develop between the host and the tourists. The area blakcpool recognised as a tourist destination.

Possible political conferences, concerts and shows. Factory workers could increasingly afford a holidayand travelled by train to the coast.

A Wave sculpture has been added and WiFi connectivity included too. This created huge competition for Blackpool and other UK seaside resirts. The town caters for more visitors than any other UK resort.

Blackpool Case Study – Mindmap in GCSE Geography

General Blackpool is the 4th largest settlement in the North West of England. Blackpool is dominated by the tourist industry. It is not unusual for people to hold 2 or 3 part time low paid jobs as a means of achieving a sustainable income.

Blackpool’s population rose to about 14, during this period. Foreign travel grew in popularity in the s and 70s with its more reliable hot, dry and sunny weather and sandy beaches. Tourism is a big industry in the United Kingdom. There are nearly 91, bed spaces with the majority in small guesthouses. The area is unspoilt and stuudy tourist facilities exist. I have provided both for you so you can pick and choose! People are changing to self catering and buying time shares or holiday homes abroad.

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Some popular attractions are: The growth of budget airlines and cheaper accommodation from the s onwards.

Geography Tourism Case Study – Blackpool

The vast majority of activity within the service sector is tourism related, Blackpool was most popular between There starts to become a recognised tourist season. Bulgaria and Ireland – Case Study.

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Foreign travel to the Mediterranean grew in popularity in the s and 70s with its more reliable hot sunny and dry weather, and sandy beaches. The population blackpoll from in to in Indian Ocean Tsunami – Case Study.