Geography Help GCSE (URGENT)

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Hey there I need some help on this question:
Urban planners are finding it challenging to keep up with the growth of cities in LICs and NEEs.’
To what extent do you agree with this statement? (6 marks)
can someone please help me out?
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Hey, are you still looking for some help on this?
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Hey, are you still looking for some help on this?
yes please
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Hey there I need some help on this question:
Urban planners are finding it challenging to keep up with the growth of cities in LICs and NEEs.’
To what extent do you agree with this statement? (6 marks)
can someone please help me out?
Okay I'd structure it like this:
- Intro - Explain how LICs and NEEs are growing + introduce your case study (mine is Mumbai)
- Point 1 - what challenges does the growth of an LIC or NEE city present that urban planners haven't solved in your case study? why have they not been able to? eg. Poor waste management services because of a massive influx of migrants
- Point 2 - what opportunities does the growth of an LIC or NEE city present that urban planners aren't struggling with? why not? eg. In Mumbai there is a very low crime rate because of the sense of community.
- Conclusion - yes or no, are urban planners struggling? pick your strongest argument out of the two.
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Okay I'd structure it like this:
- Intro - Explain how LICs and NEEs are growing + introduce your case study (mine is Mumbai)
- Point 1 - what challenges does the growth of an LIC or NEE city present that urban planners haven't solved in your case study? why have they not been able to? eg. Poor waste management services because of a massive influx of migrants
- Point 2 - what opportunities does the growth of an LIC or NEE city present that urban planners aren't struggling with? why not? eg. In Mumbai there is a very low crime rate because of the sense of community.
- Conclusion - yes or no, are urban planners struggling? pick your strongest argument out of the two.
Thank you very much!! Can you also look at my kther post about a 9 marker and can you do the exact same thing please
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