A New Capital for Egypt?
Cairo, the long standing capital city of Egypt is facing an uncertain future as the country’s primary city. Recent proposals have emerged of a whole new, as yet unnamed, capital city being built in the north of the country
AQA A Level
Unit 3: World cities (optional)
Edexcel A Level
Unit 2: Rebranding places (optional)
OCR A Level
Unit 2: Managing urban change (core)
WJEC A Level
Unit 2: Investigating settlement change in MEDCs (core)
AQA A GCSE
Unit 2: Changing urban environments (core)
AQA B GCSE
Unit 1: The urban environment (core)
Unit 2: Contemporary issues in urban settlements (optional)
Unit 1: Population and settlement (core)
Edexcel A GCSE
Unit 3: Settlement change (core)
Edexcel B GCSE
Unit 2: The challenges of an urban world (optional)
Unit 2: Urban environments (optional)
OCR A GCSE
Unit 1: Similarities and differences in settlements and population (core)
OCR B GCSE
Unit 3: Population and settlement (core)
WJEC A GCSE
Unit 2: Cities – alternative futures (optional)
WJEC B GCSE
Unit 1: Urbanisation (core)
Unit 1: Planning issues in built environments (core)
In the Members' Area
- What are the current challenges for Egypt and Cairo?
- What is being proposed?
- What may be the positive impacts of the new capital?
- What may be the negative impacts of the new capital?