Settlements and services in rural Scotland

R D P Smith

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    Abstract

    Uses a survey of facilities throughout Scotland for both the 1950s and 1981 and then association analysis to produce four types of Scottish settlements based on their service provision: ultra-rural settlements; upland townships; middle ground villages; and lowland urban settlements. Other factors like unemployment and transport are then introduced for the 1981 data to produce a more accurate classification, which it is argued could be used to identify those places where rationalisation of services would be desirable. -A.Gilg

    Original languageEnglish
    Title of host publicationCountryside Planning in Practice: the Scottish Experience
    EditorsPaul H. Selman
    PublisherStirling University Press
    Pages181-201
    Number of pages21
    ISBN (Print)9780948812026
    Publication statusPublished - 1988

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    Smith, R. D. P. (1988). Settlements and services in rural Scotland. In P. H. Selman (Ed.), Countryside Planning in Practice: the Scottish Experience (pp. 181-201). Stirling University Press.