Doorstep Resident Engagement


Enventure Research has a wealth of experience in conducting doorstep resident engagement projects on behalf of local authority clients. Conducting research and engagement on the doorstep provides an excellent opportunity to not only administer a survey and collect useful data from residents, but also allows for the doorstep interviewer to engage with the resident on any number of relevant issues.


In particular, Enventure Research has extensive experience of delivering ‘doorstepping campaigns’ on environmental issues such as waste, recycling and reuse, and has delivered over 100 campaigns on this subject.


Research has shown that one of the main reasons why up to 80% of people do not recycle is because they are unaware of their local services and facilities. Standalone methods of communicating with the public, such as leaflet drops or advertisements in newspapers can have a limited effect. Doorstepping enables educational and promotional messages to be tailored to the individual through one-to-one contact.


Enventure Research’s doorstepping teams utilise the latest technology in the form of tablet computers to administer the doorstep survey, allowing them to record resident feedback and deliver an effective and tailored conversation with the resident. Our teams deal with the barriers that prevent householders from recycling, whether it is a lack of recycling containers, confusion about what can be recycled in the receptacles, misconceptions about the service or a lack of understanding about why we should recycle.


If you are interested in conducting resident doorstep engagement (aka doorstepping) then please do not hesitate to get in touch to find out how Enventure Research can assist you.


The following case studies demonstrate our experience of delivering doorstep resident engagement:


Please do not hesitate to get in touch with us if you are interested in conducting any form of doorstep resident engagement – we would be happy to help!

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