Test your knowledge to see how much you know about development and demographics with this 10-question A level quiz on Changing Places and regeneration at London’s Olympic Park.
If you haven't already done it, work through the web unit ‘Changing Places: investigating regeneration at London’s Olympic Park’ to learn more. Or look at it again to help fill in any gaps in your knowledge about inequality, development, and urban processes.
The Clays Park estate
The Clays Lane estate
The Stratford estate
The Park estate
A person or group of people with an interest in something.
A person or group of people who own a share of a business.
A person or group of people who have been positively impacted by a project.
A person or group of people who have been negatively impacted by a project.
The long-term upgrading of existing places or drastic renewal schemes for areas.
How the image of a place is changed and portrayed in the media.
The marketing aspect of changing a place designed to attract businesses, residents and visitors.
Lacking resources considered to be the basic necessities in a society.
The Olympic Stadium
The Westfields Shopping Centre
The International Quarter
Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
The East Village
Interviews with local people
Photographs of before and after
The Index of Multiple Deprivation
It includes several different domains such as education, employment and quality of housing.
It allows you to compare this area to the rest of London and the UK.
There is a data set for 2015 and 2019 showing change since the games.
There is a data set for 2011 and another will be published in 2021.
Loss of employment
Priced out of the area
Fall in deprivation
Loss of green space
Regenerate the area
Re-image the area
Rename the area
Reclaim the area