Every four to five years, Brent Council commissions a survey of its residents to understand what is important to them.
We are now carrying out another survey, with interviewers from BMG Research knocking on residents’ doors across the borough between Monday 28 May and Monday 2 July.
The interviewers will speak to adults of different ages, backgrounds and lifestyles across Brent. In all, they will conduct 2,100 interviews, each one lasting about 20 minutes.
Participants will be asked a number of questions, including:
• how they feel about the local area
• how they rate the Brent Council services they use
• how they access information
• how they use the internet
• if they take part in any volunteering
There are also questions about community safety, health, wellbeing, culture, jobs and employment, as well as demographics.
The demographics are collected for Brent Council to understand how different resident groups feel about certain subject. For example, some residents may find it hard to access services online, and it would be useful for us to understand who these people are.
The results of the survey will be available later this year.
The information gathered will be used in a number of ways by Brent Council, including to shape the next Borough Plan, which sets out the priorities for the council for the next few years.
If you have any questions or concerns, please call Anne Kittappa on 020 8937 6060.