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The Sector Model of urban landuse by Homer Hoyt.
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This lesson discusses the Sector Model of urban land use given by Homer Hoyt.

Maitrayee Mullick
I hold a Master's degree in Geography and also have qualified for the UGC NET (JRF). Recipient of the Jony Ive Award from Unacademy.

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  1. Hoyt Model or Sector Model (1939) of Urban Land Use by Homer Hoyt presented by Maitrayee Mullick


  2. Hoyt Model or Sector Model (1939) of Urban Land Use by Homer Hoyt presented by Maitrayee Mullick


  3. Hoyt Model or Sector Model (1939) of Urban Land Use by Homer Hoyt presented by Maitrayee Mullick


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  5. Things to be covered in the leson: first last Analysis of the model and its components Introduction and background to the model Limitations of the model second 5


  6. Introduction . Homer Hoyt gave sector model which is also known as Hoyt model in 1939 explains how cities grew O As we witness the population growth it is becoming more and more essential to understand how cities work. Studies on patterns of urban growth, settlement geography, and land use are of great interest to the concerned people O Various theories and models have been proposed which attempts to explain how the growth took place and how different groups & activities are arranged in an urban area Different models about the growth of urban regions include rank-size rule, primate city & primacy, central place theory, Multiple Nuclei Model, Burgess Model 6


  7. The Sector model: Hoyt Model is somewhat similar to Burgess Model and is often consider d as its improved version. )Hoyt argued that cities do not develop in the form of simple rings, instead, they have "sectors. O Homer Hoyt in 1939 suggested that few activities grow in the form of sectors which radiates out along the main travel links O Activities in a sector are considered to be the same throughout the sector because of the purpose/function it serves Central business district (CBD) Wholesale, ight Low class Medium class residential High class residential 7


  8. Sector Model (1939) of Urban Land Use by Homer Hoyt Features of sector model Presence of low-income groups industries supports Hoyt Model near The Hoyt model realized that transportation (irn particular) and access to resources caused a disruption of the Burgess model Transpor inkages profoundly influence activities and the locations. Low transportation cost and proximity to roads/railway reduce the cost of production This model applies well to Chicago Account for major transportation routes and its effect on activities Il Central business district (CBD) Wholesale, light Low class Medium class residential High class residential


  9. Components of Hoyt Model ( CBD-Central Business District is placed at the center. Sectors OIndustry Industries are represented in the form of a sector and the partial rings of land use/activities take place. radiating out from the center. These forms sector because of the presence of a transport linkage along which the activities grew t H 10


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