Stratford District Council have recently published the results of the residents survey that was carried out across the District in 2014.
Simon Purfield, Consultation & Insight Manager at Stratford District Council, outlines the background to the work:
“The Residents’ Survey is used to measure what people think of the area in which they live, what they think about Stratford-on-Avon District Council services, and the way the District Council works. This survey replaced the Place Survey scrapped by the Government in mid-2010. The topic areas of the survey were: the local area in general, local decision making, service satisfaction, usage of services, information/Council in general, volunteering, community safety, contacting the Council and the internet/broadband.
It is able to track changes in perception over time and to identify any gaps between current service levels and customer expectations. It is a survey undertaken every two years. The survey findings will also be used by the Council to help establish its priorities for the future and in improving its services.
This detailed report, down to locality level, contains the findings from the Stratford District Council Residents’ Survey that was undertaken from October to December 2014. There were 1930 responses.”
Click on the link to see the full report Stratford District Council, ‘State of the District 2014’ report (PDF, 2.91 MB)