The City of London Corporation has commissioned Enventure to engage with its
residents with the aim of significantly improving recycling rates and capture
rates. Mark Robinson of Enventure commented, “We are really excited about
working with The City of London Corporation. It’s a great win for us and
a great opportunity to be part of something that improves recycling in the
The project will involve doorknocking residents in all four of the estates –
Middlesex Street, Mansell Street, Golden Lane and Barbican, as well as in
privately managed blocks of low rise flats and individual flats above
Manchester City Council has commissioned Enventure Research to undertake a survey of residents to understand their perceptions of the Moss Side area of central Manchester. The survey will ask a varierty of questions including on perceptions of crime, local environment and what it is like as a place to live.
Throughout February our Interviewer Quality Control Scheme (IQCS) trained interviewers will conduct 2,000 telephone interviews from residents across the Greater Manchester area.
Leicester City Council (LCC) is currently reviewing its health weight strategy for the city and is re-commissioning its adult weight management services. To support the development of the strategy and better understand the attitudes and views of the public in relation to weight management services, Enventure Research has been commissioned to conduct customer insight research on behalf of LCC.
Enventure will consult with a cross-section of the public, including a range of genders, ethnicities, faiths and socio-economic backgrounds, gathering high quality evidence of public and professional views, in order to inform the commissioning of the new adult weight management services. Consultation will be carried out via a combination of focus groups with those using weight management plans and in depth telephone interviews with professionals working in weight management services.
Matthew Thurman, Research Manager, commented “We’re very pleased to be working on this project and have an opportunity to feed into such an important strategy.”
Enventure Research has recently been commissioned by the City of Lincoln Council‘s Housing Department to conduct a tenant survey following review of Council housing tenancy agreements. 8000 residents will be asked to provide feedback about the proposed changes to their tenancy agreements.This feedback can be submitted either online or by post.
Enventure will code responses from tenants and analyse the results, producing a full report. The consultation is due to begin in February 2014.