Enventure Research has been appointed by Thurrock Council to carry out a public consultation exercise to develop a number of initiatives to regenerate Grays town centre.
The future of the viability and vitality of the town centre depends, to a large extent, on encouraging the population to make better use of the town centre. In order to gain an understanding of how local residents view and use the town centre, Enventure is conducting a programme of research which includes a telephone survey, an online survey, face-to-face interviews and a survey of students.
Antrim Borough Council has appointed Enventure to engage with residents by undertaking a targeted oorstepping in several areas of the borough.
Enventure’s trained and dedicated staff will speak to 5,000 residents during February and March and provide support and advice on recycling matters
whilst asking a few important questions which will help Antrim Council develop its services accordingly.
Form more information, visit the Northern Ireland Rethink Waste website.
Leeds City Council is developing its Customer Access Strategy and has appointed Enventure Research to undertake important qualitative research with residents to better understand customers’ expectations around customer care when accessing council services.
Focus groups will be made of residents throughout Leeds, ensuring they are representative. Group will also explore customers’ views
around doing more things online with the council.
The Environment Agency has extended its national ‘Ad Hoc Market Research Framework’ for a further 12 months to January 2014. The framework, which has been live for the last three years, has awarded a range of research projects. Enventure Research has worked in collaboration with JBA Consulting
to provide a balance of market research skills and technical expertise to the Environment Agency.
One of the projects delivered through the framework is the Nitrate Vulnerable Zones Advice Campaign Evaluation.