Monthly Archives: October 2020

Urgent Care Services survey during the pandemic

NHS Wakefield Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) plans and buys healthcare for local people. As such, Wakefield CCG wished to hear about patients’ experiences of using the urgent care services throughout the district of Wakefield.


Enventure Research was commissioned to undertake the analysis and reporting of the results from the survey carried out with patients who had accessed services at Dewsbury A&E, Pontefract UTC and Pinderfields A&E, in order to help plan services during the COVID-19 pandemic.




Wakefield’s future priorities and budget consultation

Wakefield Council has set a very clear direction when setting the council budget – it wants to ensure that residents are at the heart of everything the Council does and, therefore, it needs to understand the voice of its residents.


Wakefield Council appointed Enventure Research to undertake a comprehensive consultation with residents and businesses, using quantitative and qualitative approaches.


The consultation will explore a range of topics, including exploring what matters the most to individuals and their families, what the role of the Council should be how what are the different ways the Council should consider managing budget pressures.

Manchester’s ‘Our Town Hall’ visitor experience insight research

Manchester Town Hall Complex is one of Manchester’s greatest cultural and civic assets, which makes a significant contribution not only to the heritage but also to the identity of the City. There has been significant investment in the Central Library and the Town Hall Extension, and the City Council plans to invest in the Town Hall itself so it can continue to be an asset for the city and its people for generations to come.


In addition to restoring the building, Manchester City Council wants to create a new Visitor Experience, which will provide a new cultural service for the city. It will be a celebration of Manchester Town Hall and its people and will bring the buildings and its stories to life. It will comprise a brand new permanent exhibition.


Manchester City Council commissioned Enventure Research to carry out research with potential users to ascertain levels of interest in attending, what the audience expectations are, barriers to attending and a whole range of other elements. The research will also involve undertaking benchmarking with other similar venues.