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1 Worcestershire Viewpoint survey November 2011 results Cherrie Mansfield

2 What is Worcestershire Viewpoint? Partnership involving all Worcestershire councils, NHS Worcestershire and H&W Fire and Rescue Service Two surveys a year November survey: perceptions about local area and public services, NHS Worcestershire services, health and priorities to support the local economy Helps with setting priorities and planning services and projects

3 Response to the November survey 24 October to 18 November 2011 Sent to 1,377 previous Wychavon panel members 643 responses 47% response rate No significant changes since 2010 survey

4 Results by LSP area

5 Responses by area

6 Satisfaction with the local area

7 What’s most important? Droitwich areaEvesham areaPershore areaWychavon Level of crimeLevel of crime &Level of crime Health services Clean streetsAffordable decent housing Clean streets & Education provision Parks & open spaces Education provision & access to nature Education provision Access to natureAffordable decent housing

8 Priorities for improvement Droitwich areaEvesham areaPershore areaWychavon Road & pavement repairs Activities for teenagers Affordable decent housing Activities for teenagers Public transportFlood protectionJob prospects Public transport Affordable decent housing Job prospects & traffic congestion Activities for teenagers Level of traffic congestion

9 Worcestershire Viewpoint survey Satisfaction with selected services

10 Satisfaction with c ommunity facilities

11 Satisfaction with transport and libraries

12 Worcestershire Viewpoint survey Community cohesion and involvement

13 Belonging to immediate neighbourhood

14 How people from different backgrounds get on

15 Respect and consideration

16 Involvement in decisions affecting the area

17 Worcestershire Viewpoint survey Community safety

18 How safe people feel

19 Perceptions of anti-social behaviour Biggest perceived problems: –Droitwich area: teenagers hanging around and vandalism, graffiti and other deliberate damage –Evesham area: rubbish and litter lying around –Pershore area: rubbish and litter lying around –Wychavon: rubbish and litter lying around

20 How well ASB and crime are dealt with

21 Worcestershire Viewpoint survey Health and well-being

22 In good or very good health

23 Physical activity is important

24 Exercise at least five times a week

25 Worcestershire Viewpoint survey Some conclusions

26 Droitwich area residents feel …. happy with the local area public transport in top three areas for improvement cohesive, but not a strong sense of belonging less influence on decision making, but appetite to be more involved feel safe during the day, less safe at night great health

27 Evesham area residents feel …. a little less happy with the local area flood protection in top three areas for improvement less cohesive respect and consideration is a problem highest influence on decision making feel safe during the day, less safe at night good health

28 Pershore area residents feel …. happy with the local area affordable, decent housing in top three areas for improvement very cohesive and strong sense of belonging moderate influence on decision making, strong appetite to be more involved feel very safe good health highest levels of physical activity

29 Share the results with members of the three area- based partnerships Review LSP action plans in light of findings Request a summary profile for your LSP area Share the results within organisations Read the full report on Worcestershire County Council’s website Use the results as evidence for plans, services, projects and funding bids How can we respond?

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