Describe your neighbourhood in three words.
The ideal neighbourhood has a population density of around 1000 people per square kilometer, which is about half the population density of a typical city in the United States. The average neighbourhood has a life expectancy of around 8 years longer than a city-dweller's. The ideal neighborhood has a significantly lower crime rate than the average city neighborhood.
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What is the most important quality for your ideal neighborhood?
- Low crime rate
- Lots of parks and green spaces
- Good public transportation
- Variety of restaurants and shops
- Friendly neighbors
What are some changes you could make to improve your neighbourhood?
Think about what makes a neighborhood great - parks, shops, restaurants, etc. Research your neighborhoodneighborhood and find out what makes it special. Create a presentation to show your friends and family how your ideal neighbourhood is like
Presenting Your Ideal Neighbourhood
A friendly atmosphere with people who care about each other. Safe and clean streets with plenty of green spaces and nearby parks. A variety of shops, restaurants, and activities to enjoy.
Living in an Ideal Neighborhood
In my ideal neighbourhood, the streets are lined with trees and plants that produce fruit and vegetables. Bicycles are the main form of transportation in my ideal neighbourhood. The neighbourhood has a community-run library that is open 24 hours a day.
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If you could design your perfect neighborhood, what would it look like?
What do you think is the most important quality for an ideal neighbourhood?
- Community spirit
- facilities and services
- Beautiful environment
- Easy access to public transportation
What would you include in your ideal neighbourhood to make it a great place to live?