Second Quality of Life survey launced

Second Quality of Life survey launched

Our second annual countywide survey has launched, as part of a three-year county council led project to understand and track local views about the quality of life in Cambridgeshire.

This year’s survey seeks the feedback of 5,500 residents and will give Councillors and decision makers vital insight when they make business planning decisions. It will also mean we can see how changes to decisions and policies affect people’s views in an annual snapshot of Cambridgeshire.

The 15-minute telephone survey is run by an independent research company, Thinks Insight, and will aim to speak to 1,100 people over the age of 18 living in each of Cambridgeshire’s five district areas.

There is an opportunity for everyone to take part if they want to, with the survey available via the county council’s website.