Nottinghamshire County Council has extended its Annual Resident Satisfaction survey contract with Enventure Research for a further year.The 2013 survey will include stakeholders such as Nottinghamshire County Council, Broxtowe Borough Council, Bassetlaw District Council, Police and Crime Commissioner and Bassetlaw NHS.
The research will be conducted via face-to-face interviews with 1,200 residents, representative of the County’s population in terms of age, gender, ethnicity and working status.
The survey will build Nottinghamshire County Council’s understanding of resident’s satisfaction and attitudes towards value for money, communication, safety and well-being. The insight from the survey will also allow the Council to benchmark with their previous Place Surveys and with other Councils across the county. All interviews will be completed during October 2013.
For further information on undertaking resident surveys, please conact Mark Robinson on 01484 404797.
Enventure Research is currently working with Marketing Birmingham to conduct its Leisure and Business Tourism Survey 2013. Marketing Birmingham is the area’s strategic marketing partnership and operates the leisure and business tourism programmes, Visit and Meet Birmingham, promoting Birmingham and its wider area, including the Black Country and Solihull.
The survey aims to provide a major market appraisal of the profile, activities, motivations to visit, perceptions and satisfaction and expenditure of those visiting the area in order to inform the strategic thinking of Marketing Birmingham and other project partners, marketing and promotion of the area as a visitor destination.
The survey is being administered by Enventure Research via face-to-face interviews at a number of popular locations around Birmingham and the surrounding areas to 2,000 visitors. To support the survey, a follow up online survey and additional telephone interviews are also being conducted.
Enventure Research has been commissioned by Greater Manchester Waste Disposal Authority (GMWDA) to provide a series of training sessions with volunteers to equip them with the necessary knowledge and skills to conduct doorstep engagement and face-to-face doorstep surveys.
The training forms part of GMWDA’s ‘Up and Forward’ project funded by the EU LIFE+ financial instrument, to show how communication activities can improve waste prevention and recycling in low performing urban areas. The project involves 12 communication campaigns based around four key themes of 1) deprivation, 2) transience, youth and students, 3) different cultures and 4) high density housing.
Over the duration of the project, Enventure Research will deliver a total of 34 training sessions with volunteers, ensuring they have the right knowledge, understanding, skills and confidence to engage with the general public about waste and recycling issues and collect useful and accurate data.
Enventure has recently worked with NHS Leeds South and East Clinical Commissioning Group to assist them in conducting a survey of users of maternity and neonatal care in Leeds.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is considering changing the way that maternity and neonatal services are delivered in Leeds from 2016, moving all services for birth and specialist care for babies after birth (neonatal care) to Leeds General Infirmary (LGI) and having none of these services available at St James’s University Hospital.
The survey covered the experiences of those who had recently had a baby in Leeds, including visits to hospital before, during and after the birth, in order to understand how they would view and react to these proposed changes. In total, 453 people took part in the survey.
Enventure Research provided in depth analysis of the survey results, coding all open-ended responses in order to accurately understand the views and attitudes of respondents. A full research report was provided, providing clear findings and recommendations.
In partnership with JBA Consulting, Enventure Research has been commissioned by the Environment Agency to undertake a resident survey on odour omissions around regulated sites in the Anglian region. Experienced researchers will be undertaking interviews door to door with residents asking about their experience of odour in an around where they live. The findings will support the Environment Agency to resolve situations more quickly when they arise and to encourage dialogue between communities and site operators. Fieldwork will commence during September.