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Settlement

TermDefinition
linear ,clustered, scattered patterns of Irish towns
early Irish Settlements north, north-east coast, riverbanks , rich farmland, elevated sites
poor settlement choices highlands -weather, steep slope- for building,poor access areas
location of Irish towns river banks, bridging points, raised sites, well drained plains- fertile land, near landlord estates
village limited services for locals
market town market for sales of goods, specialist services
defence town protect people from attack
resource based settlement mining town
dormitory town people commute to work
recreational town spa , seaside towns
religious towns centres of pilgrimage
tourism towns Kilarney or Galway
change of function towns can change function over time - Navan was religious then defence ,then market and now mining
greenheart farmland protected seperating cities
Ranstad horseshoe shaped conurbation formed by the cities of The Hague, Amsterdam,Utrecht, and Rotterdam
multifunctional settlements most settlements are multifunctional
functions of a settlements services it provides for its people and the people of its surrounding area
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