The Annual Satisfaction Survey plays an important role in capturing local people’s views, experiences and perceptions of value for money, quality of life, communication, and health and wellbeing – broadly designed to reflect the themes of the Council's Strategic Plan and Health and Wellbeing Board priorities. This information helps the Council to understand the views and priorities of local residents and will be taken into account when decisions are made about Council plans and services.
Place Survey 2008
Between the end of September and mid December 2008, people across the country were asked to have their say about their local area in a programme of major surveys called the Place Survey. Most of the questions in the survey were set by the Department for Communities and Local Government and the Audit Commission, who also gave strict guidance on how the surveys should be carried out. The surveys were carried out across the whole country over the same period, but organised locally. The surveys in Nottinghamshire and NottinghamCity were conducted by a specialist market research company on behalf of a partnership made up of the County Council, each of Nottinghamshire’s borough and district councils, and NottinghamCity. A response rate of 43% was received.