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3 November, 11:08

Explain how low-, and medium-, and high density housing characteristics represent different patterns of residential land use.

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  1. 3 November, 12:06
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    The quantity of people differs in each type of housing: High-density housing has the highest number of people per geographic unit. Then medium-density housing has less people than the first one, and finally low-density housing has the smallest number of people.

    - High-density housing. An example for this are apartment buildings with many storeys in a city.

    - Medium-density housing: for example, row houses and townhomes in a midtown urban zone.

    Note that residential, retail and commercial buildings together are classified as high to medium density housing. The reason is that the housing are usually apartments and condos.

    - Low-density housing: for example, a large area with a few farms and houses.
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