Presentation on theme: "Worcestershire Viewpoint survey Summary of Wychavon results."— Presentation transcript:
Worcestershire Viewpoint survey Summary of Wychavon results
What is Worcestershire Viewpoint? Partnership involving all Worcestershire councils, NHS Worcestershire and H&W Fire and Rescue Service Two surveys a year: May and November November survey always includes perceptions about local area and satisfaction with public services Helps with setting priorities, planning services and projects, LSP action plans
The November 2013 survey 28 October to 29 November Questions on: local area, public services, community safety, Worcestershire Children and Young People’s Plan and NHS Worcestershire Sent to 1,792 Wychavon panel members 668 valid responses = 38% response rate Differences of +/– 6 or 7 points are significant
What’s most important? Droitwich areaEvesham areaPershore areaWychavon Health servicesLevel of crimeHealth services The level of crimeHealth servicesLevel of crimeThe level of crime Clean streetsEducation provision Affordable decent housing Clean streets Parks and open spaces Access to natureAffordable decent housing
Priorities for improvement Droitwich areaEvesham areaPershore areaWychavon Road and pavement repairs Activities for teenagers Public transportActivities for teenagers Public transport Affordable decent housing Public transport Job prospectsFlood protectionActivities for teenagers Job prospects Level of traffic congestion Level traffic congestion Job prospectsAffordable decent housing
Satisfaction with public services 60% agree local public services act on the concerns of local residents (down 1 point) 53% feel informed about public services (down 1 point) 47% feel informed about how public services are performing (down 2 points)
Local journeys Top 5 ways to encourage alternative transport… More reliable transport Dedicated cycle lanes Well lit/maintained paths Better public transport info Cheaper fares/incentives
Share the results with the three local partnerships – use them to help develop action plans Share the results within organisations Use the results as evidence for plans, services, projects and funding bids Look out for the latest Knowing Wychavon Communities report – due soon Read the full report on Worcestershire County Council’s website when its available How can we respond?
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