Monthly Archives: January 2011

Leeds City Council extends research framework contract with Enventure

Leeds City Council has extended the agreement with Enventure to provide research services through its research framework for another year.  Over the past two years, Enventure has undertaken a number of research projects for a range of departments within the authority.  Projects so far have included:

  • Evaluation of street signage in Leeds city centre
  • Housing and benefits customer service survey
  • Evaluation of a trial recycling scheme in Rothwell
  • Evaluating and understanding perceptions of residents in Inner West area of Leeds


Commenting on the extension, Mark Robinson, Enventure, said, “This is great that Leeds City Council has extended the contract with Enventure.  We look forward to working on some interesting pieces of research with the council”.

Enventure provides valuable support to Cheltenham

Enventure has been commissioned by Gloucestershire Waste Partnership to support the introduction of Cheltenham’s new food waste collection scheme.  Enventure’s trained promoters will hit the streets in March and talk to residents to ensure they know what to do with their new kitchen caddies.


Residents will also be asked to participate in a short survey which will help Cheltenham Borough Council with future waste management service development.