Monthly Archives: September 2015

Improving access to primary health care in Wakefield District Consultation

Central Government wants the public to be able to see or talk to a GP practice seven days a week, with the aim of making sure everybody has equal access to primary care and an equally good experience, regardless of time or place.


NHS Wakefield Commissioning Group has started to look at how it can improve primary care in the Wakefield District, as well as look at other care such as urgent care.  Part of this process has involved undertaking a consultation with members of the public and local organisations in the Wakefield District.


Enventure Research has been commissioned to support the consultation process, undertaking independent analysis and reporting and providing recommendations based on the consultation’s findings.

Matt achieves Market Research Society Certified Membership

We are pleased to announce that Matt Thurman, Enventure’s Research Director, has achieved Certified Membership status from the Market Research Society.


Certified status is the professional membership grade of MRS, recognising Matt’s wealth of experience in social and market research and academic achievement.


Matt’s new level of membership also further cements Enventure Research’s position as an MRS Company Partner, ensuring that the company abides by the MRS Code of Conduct and commits to the very highest research standards.

Enventure working again with the Royal Town Planning Institute

Enventure Research has been commissioned once again to deliver research on behalf of the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI).



Enventure has previously worked with the RTPI to conduct a membership survey, but this new project focus on RTPI members who have allowed their membership to lapse and those working in the town planning sector who are not members of the organisation.  The research aims to explore reasons for allowing RTPI membership to lapse and reasons for not becoming a member in order to improve retention rates, increase the size of the organisations membership and improve the services provided to members.



The research will take the form of an online survey of lapsed RTPI members and those working in town planning who are not members of the RTPI. Following this, further qualitative research is planned to investigate the survey results in greater depth.