Urban tourism is often perceived as an opportunity for a community centre to economically advance itself and its residents. However, the urbanization process usually entails many transformations that compromise some local values and advantages towards achieving and maintaining attractive spaces in a city…
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Urban tourism is often perceived as an opportunity for a community centre to economically advance itself and its residents. However, the urbanization process usually entails many transformations that compromise some local values and advantages towards achieving and maintaining attractive spaces in a city.This is with the goal to sustain growth of business and the communities,attraction of visitors,provide reasons for spending,and other social and economic gains Some of the results and effects, however may be adverse to the community’s welfare such as increase social problems of migration and unsustainable population growth, and environmental degradation. This paper through participant observation, was able to identify some of the environmental problems that Bath as a city currently experiences in its attempt to sustain and maintain the area as an urban tourist destination. Changes throughout history have made it one of the more architecturally blessed cities of the world with its original tourist attraction. The growing population and demand for urban tourism, however, has brought in environmental issues such as reduction of green belt and parks to sustain housing demand, surge of water costs, garbage collection and disposal, as well as disease control and prevention. It was noted that these issues should be addressed through adoption of policy on sustainability as well as strict implementation of cooperation to achieve sustainable goals. Chapter 1: Introduction Man has always kept moving like a butterfly. Most of us cannot stay in one place for long. I myself am like that and man should have been born with wings or wheels, for easy transport. In every individual there is a passion to soar in the clouds and go to the distant end of the earth. However, choice is limited where he can go to or how. Some people indulge in the joy of “tourism”. Tourism means that one goes out to different areas of the world enjoying the sites, culture, and the entertainments. Many tourists enjoy their life and comfort that touring provides. Touring gives an aura of cool nomads, happy to go where the wind and water takes them (Buckley & Littlefair, 2007). Urban pertains to the city areas and its lifestyle. Many main cities of Europe, the Americas, Asia, and everywhere have unique traits to show off. However, creating and reinventing urban areas to become a tourist spots is a difficult and long process, with lots of work, and costly investments. Urban areas are places that require a much attention and cooperation between leaders, the private sectors, the public and even outsiders to turn into one a tourist attraction. According to Lundie et al (2007) the four qualities of a city tourist spot are: 1) High physical densities of structures, people and functions; 2) Social and cultural heterogeneity, 3) Economic mal-functionalism; and 4) Physical centrality within regional and interurban systems. Demands for urban tourism rose rapidly due to the need to sustain growth as well posterity. However, urban tourism is multipurpose and multidimensional in nature. National and local governments in cooperation with various sectors invest in selected areas which are considered attractions such as malls, entertainment zones, historical districts, redevelopment zones, ethnic and sacred spaces. Tourists flock to areas that provide accommodation, transport, best facilities, attraction and guides. However, tourist satisfaction does not equate to a beautiful and healthy environment as urbanism and tourism address similar problems of growth, density, demand, and other forces that require sustainability and balance. Tourist spots are from time to time reconsidered to sustain healthy, safe, and nurturing spaces. This paper will try to identify different environment impacts of tourism in Bath, United Kingdom, point out
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