- Enventure to embark on awareness-raising and research campaign into waste and recycling participation
- Ballymena Borough Council extend Research Framework with Enventure Research
- Antrim Borough Council Doorstepping campaign a success
- Enventure Research becomes a Specialist Service Provider for ESPO
- Enventure appointed to the Local Government Association Research Framework
- Repeat Commission of Visitor Survey at Leeds Museums
- Enventure Research is conducting research into Leeds Museums and Galleries
- Thurrock Council working with Enventure Research
- Moss Side Residents' Perception Survey gets underway
- Antrim Council uses Enventure’s expertise
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Enventure to embark on awareness-raising and research campaign into waste and recycling participation
Westminster City Council has chosen Enventure Research to conduct an awareness-raising and research campaign into waste and recycling participation amongst Westminster residents.
The campaign aim is to increase awareness, understanding and ultimately participation of the waste and recycling services provided by Westminster City Council in key areas, engaging with residents and motivating them to recycle through direct interaction on their doorstep.
Recycling Promoters and team leaders are currently being recruited for the role. Please click on the link below to apply:
Ballymena Borough Council extend Research Framework with Enventure Research
The framework, which has been in place for the past twelve months, has been extended. Enventure Research is once again looking forward to providing Ballymena Borough Council in Northern Ireland, with further research services to support service delivery.
Antrim Borough Council Doorstepping campaign a success
Antrim Borough Council appointed Enventure Research to conduct a targeted, door to door, recycling awareness campaign to promote and encourage recycling within the Borough.
Throughout February and March 2013, 16,000 households were contacted by a professional team of recycling promoters, who promoted the recycling services available to residents, focusing on the food waste recycling scheme in order to maximise participation and encourage residents to recycle as much as possible. Whilst on the doorstep, recycling promoters also collected useful data from residents and took orders for any replacement recycling containers needed.
Antrim Borough Council has already taken a number of positive steps towards increasing the amount of waste recycled, and this campaign will help the council reach its targets. The campaign was funded by the Northern Ireland Rethink Waste Revenue Fund 2012/13.
Enventure Research becomes a Specialist Service Provider for ESPO
Enventure will have the opportunity to work with 'Your Voice' to produce quantitative, qualitative and engagement research
For the last ten years Norfolk has had a successful Citizens’ Panel partnership, where public sector partners have worked together to achieve value for money on their research and consultation needs. Public sector partners in Norfolk have agreed to merge Norfolk Citizens’ Panel and Your Voice to develop a shared consultation and involvement membership scheme for Norfolk that will deliver consultation, involvement and research needs in a single scheme.
The new scheme is called ‘Your Voice’ and exists to encourage local people to get involved in decision-making and other involvement.
Enventure appointed to the Local Government Association Research Framework
The Local Government Association (LGA), which exists to support, promote and improve local government, has appointed Enventure Research to meet the current and emerging needs of the sector and the LGA by appointing them to its Research Framework. This will involve comprehensive programmes of research and analytical activity and focus research relating to children and young people.
The Local Government Association plays a lead role in improvement and innovation so that local authorities can continue to make a difference in their local areas and to the lives of their residents and Enventure Research is looking forward to being at the forefront of this research.
Repeat Commission of Visitor Survey at Leeds Museums
Enventure Research is conducting research on behalf of Leeds City Council to get a better understanding of the people who visit museums and galleries in Leeds, including where they visit, why, and what their impressions are of their visit.
This is the second time that Enventure has undertaken this important piece of research for Leeds City Council, which will be taking place throughout March and April. The information obtained will be used to inform and improve the services provided by the museums and galleries to help grow visitor numbers.
Enventure Research is conducting research into Leeds Museums and Galleries
As well as working with Leeds City Council to gain a better understanding of the people who visit museums and galleries in Leeds, Enventure Research is also working with Leeds to improve the museum service and make it more appealing and welcoming to new audiences by conducting primary research with non users. This research, which is taking the form of a telephone survey, will help inform site development, exhibition, event and education programmes. It will also inform marketing planning decisions and help tailor promotion to target audience groups.
Thurrock Council working with Enventure Research
Enventure Research has been appointed by Thurrock Council to carry out a public consultation exercise to develop a number of initiatives to regenerate Grays town centre.
The future of the viability and vitality of the town centre depends, to a large extent, on encouraging the population to make better use of the town centre. In order to gain an understanding of how local residents view and use the town centre, Enventure is conducting a programme of research which includes a telephone survey, an online survey, face-to-face interviews and a survey of students.
Moss Side Residents' Perception Survey gets underway
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.
Antrim Council uses Enventure’s expertise
Antrim Borough Council has appointed Enventure to engage with residents by undertaking a targeted doorstepping in several areas of the borough.
Enventure’s trained and dedicated staff will speak to 5,000 residents during February and March and provide support and advice on recycling matters whilst asking a few important questions which will help Antrim Council develop its services accordingly.
Form more information, visit the Northern Ireland Rethink Waste website.
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