What is a scattered settlement?


A scattered settlement is also known as a dispersed settlement. A scattered settlement is a term used by historians when classifying rural areas. This terminology is typically used in England, although scattered settlements can be found all around the world. With a scattered settlement, there are many different farmsteads that are scattered throughout an area. Typically, the farmsteads that are a part of the scattered settlement are surrounded by fields, often with trees growing at the edge of the fields.
Q&A Related to "What is a scattered settlement?"
In a scattered settlement dwellings are spaced over an extensive area. This type of settlement is mostly found in hilly tracts, thick forests, and regions of extreme climate.
Good question. The Israelis control the West Bank and they have built settlements there. Who's going to prevent that. There are 500,000 Jewish settlers there. By the time Israel gets
A hard question to answer … Wudinna on Eyre Peninsula is probably the most isolated in terms of the size of the community and how far I had to travel.
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