Monthly Archives: September 2013

Barnet Council Appoints Enventure for Large Scale Resident Engagement

We are extremely pleased to announce that after a rigorous tendering exercise, Enventure has been appointed by the London Borough of Barnet to manage its large scale resident engagement project to support its new recycling scheme.   The campaign will start on Tuesday 15 October to coincide with the launch of the new recycling scheme and will involve knocking on 102,000 doors throughout the Borough, speaking with 40,800 residents (40%).

 

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Enventure Commissioned to Undertake Survey of Town Planners

Enventure Research has been commissioned by the Royal Town Planning Institude (RTPI) to collect key data about its members in order to develop a wider understanding about RTPI membership and the current state of the profession, which will allow it to more effectively represent its members and the wider profession and support membership growth.  The RTPI is the UK’s leading planning body of spatial, sustainable and inclusive planning, with approximately 23,000 members.

 

The membership survey will be conducted online and will be administered to as many RTPI members as possible, both national and international, in order to gain a good response rate.  The survey will collect membership data on key areas, including salary, role, type of employer, location and expertise/specialisation.  The survey is due to commence in October 2013.

 

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Antrim Borough Council has appointed Enventure Research to conduct a targeted

Antrim Borough Council has appointed Enventure Research to conduct a targeted, door to door, recycling awareness campaign to promote and encourage recycling within the Borough.

 

Antrim Borough Council has already taken a number of positive steps towards meeting its obligations, including the provision of kerbside recycling
services for dry recyclables and organic waste. The campaign is being funded by the Northern Ireland Rethink Waste Revenue Fund 20012/13.

 

Throughout February and March 2013, 16,000 households will be contacted by a professional team of recycling promoters, who will promote segregation of waste and separation of compostable and recyclable materials whilst maximising and encouraging public action, and their contribution, to environmental protection within the Borough.