Have your say on a new political map for Stratford-on-Avon District Council. The Local Government Boundary Commission wants to hear what residents and local organisations think about the proposals. A 10 week consultation on the proposals will run until 08 November 2021.
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 (SDC) services, and the way the 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, the internet/broadband and climate change.
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 SDC to help with its priorities for the future and in improving its services.
The Residents' Survey used postal self-completion questionnaires. The electoral roll was utilised and the questionnaire went to the householder to give a random sample. This way, around one in ten households in the district received the questionnaire. The methodology included one reminder mailing implemented within the prescribed timescale between early October and early December 2019. 6,000 questionnaires were despatched with 1,804 questionnaires returned in the timescale allowed, a 30.2% response rate (taking out 27 “return to senders etc.")
This infographic shows the main headline results from our Residents' Survey 2019.
Read the Final Report on SDC's Residents' Survey 2019 here.
See which aspects residents consider important in making somewhere a good place to live, and which aspects they consider need improving in this infographic.
The results of the Residents' Survey were analysed to see if residents in different geographical localities responded in different ways. The six locality results can be accessed below: