Chorleywood is a village near London whose population has increased steadily since the middle of the 19th century. The map below shows the development of the village.
Write a report for a university lecturer describing the development of the village.
The map shows the development in the population of Chorleywood, which is a village adjacent to London, from 1868 to 1994. In over a century, the village had considerably been more populous. There are 4 stages showing the most prominent growth in Chorleywood's population. Generally, all the residential expansion happened where there were lots of traffic.
The first stage, which lasted from 1868 to 1883, saw the expansion od residence in the East part of the main road. Next, in the 1883 - 1922 stage, the appearance of the railway attracted more residents in the southern direction of the formal expansion. The railway section near the right sie of the main road became more densely populated. Move onto the next stage ( 1922-1970), the expansion happened in 2 areas which were on the both sides of the second expanded area. A motorway was also published at the end of the stage in 1970. The last stage was the most outstanding growth since there were more residential parts in the conjunction of the main road and the motorway and that one of the main road and the railway.