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.


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1st M G 20
2nd EMC 20
3rd CJM 20
4th N S 20
5th AEC 20
6th I G 20
7th SIE 20
8th N H 20
9th CJS 20
10th cfu 20

QUIZZES // Investigating the regeneration of the Olympic Park

Q1. In which year did London host the Olympic Games?





Q2. What was the name of the estate demolished to build the Olympic Park?

The Clays Park estate

The Clays Lane estate

The Stratford estate

The Park estate

Q3. How do we define a ‘stakeholder’?

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

Q4. Which of these best provides a definition of ‘regeneration’?

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

Q5. Which area of the regeneration project remains under construction?

The Olympic Stadium

The Westfields Shopping Centre

The International Quarter

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park

Q6. What is the name of the main housing area created within the Olympic Park?

Westfields Village

The East Village

Stratford Village

International Village

Q7. Which dataset can be used to provide quantitative evidence of changes as a result of the regeneration?

Newspaper articles

Interviews with local people

Photographs of before and after

The Index of Multiple Deprivation

Q8. Which of the following statements is NOT a reason why the Index of Multiple Deprivation is particularly useful for showing impacts of this regeneration?

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; another was published in 2021

Q9. What is one of the main negative effects of the regeneration for local people?

Loss of employment

They have been priced out of the area

Fall in deprivation

Loss of green space

Q10. What is the East Village website trying to do by including photographs that show it as a very green, very clean and very social place?

Regenerate the area

Re-image the area

Rename the area

Reclaim the area


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