More such actions caused serious imbalance in the society.
The effects of the British's landscapes were realized late and the damage was already done with people fleeing to different places in search of food and shelter. The businesses of the people were affected by the Government's actions.
In order to take remedial actions for the imbalance created in the society, the Government of British and many other nations which followed suit in developing such landscapes soon plunged into regeneration activities.
The process of regeneration links needs and opportunities, economic growth, social cohesion and cultural development, health, social care and environmental sustainability and this has helped the Governments to correct to some extent of their lost social balance.
While many regeneration projects have happened in the history, only some made significant impact. The projects in the United Kingdom are some of these because it was here that most of the social inequalities happened at the start of twentieth century.
The Cleator Moor Business Centre is a good example of many of the regeneration projects taken up by the Government in UK. It is situated in a small town called Cleator Moor in the English county of Cumbria.
The town's skyli The town's skyline is dominated by Dent Fell and the town is located on the 190 mile Coast to Coast Walk that spans the North of England. On the outskirts of the town of Cleator Moor lies the village of Cleator with which the town is closely associated.
The town of Cleator Moor at the start of the year 2001, some one hundred and fifty years since it was built, has seen many changes both in living conditions, social and recreational pleasures, the coming and going of different industries to the town as well as a drop in entertainment facilities, Public Houses, Cinemas and an up surge in Clubs which wasn't available in the early years. All this contributed to the loss of many shops throughout the town, and a big drop in the Population from its boom years at the start of the 20th century.
The town was initially famous for its burgeoning industries and the scenic picture of its landscape. With a population of around 7000 the small town of Cleator Moor nestles in the Western fells of the Lake District in Cumbria, close to the unspoilt Ennerdale Water.
Within easy access of the coastline of West Cumbria including the start of Wainwrights famous coast to coast walk which begins at St Bees. It is also only 3 miles from the bustling port of Whitehaven which is the administrative centre of the borough of Copeland. The town is centrally placed to access local industry in West Cumbria as well as the BNFL Sellafield Site.
The Business Centre evolved from what was originally Cleator Moor Workspace which was opened in 1986. At that time the former flour mill was converted into managed workspaces enjoying direct access from a surrounding courtyard. Since 1992 the development has grown substantially with the conversion of a second building into three floors of larger offices. The courtyard