What is the main reason for industrialization growth?

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As industrialization grew the need for the city to grow forced the spread into the countryside and initially residential areas were laid out in a regular pattern around the city.  Topography had a natural effect on the growth of the city as natural landscape features had to be accommodated in the developing city. Topography determined a variety of urban forms such as “riverine settlement, natural harbor, defensive site, linear ridge, hilltop town and sloped terrain” Figure 2 illustrates how the topography can be used effectively so that space can be utilized in an efficient and functional way. “The strip-like and L-shaped...
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