Bristol’s annual Quality of Life survey is up and running and open to residents to take part.
The survey consists of 65 questions that cover topics such as neighbourhood safety, health, community and local services and aims to take a snapshot of people’s lifestyles and how they feel about living in Bristol.
In a break from previous versions of the survey, this year, for the first time, members of the public aged 16 and over are being invited to take part online. The closing date is 13 August. The online survey can be found at http://www.bristol.gov.uk/quality .
Marvin Rees, Mayor of Bristol, said: “Access to accurate and varied data is essential to good planning and decision making. This annual survey plays a big part in our efforts to gather current information about the city from a resident’s perspective. The Quality of Life survey gives us a wider glimpse at how people feel about living in Bristol generally.
“Now that the survey is online I hope we see many more people take part this year than ever before. I urge residents to spend a little time on their phone, tablet, laptop or PC, filling out this survey and providing us with a picture of life in Bristol, fashioned by the experiences of those who live here.”
The detailed survey asks residents to give their views and takes approximately 20 minutes to complete. To make it easier to find the time the online tool gives people the chance to save and return to their unfinished survey as many times as they wish.
For anyone wishing to complete a paper survey or would like it in an alternative format, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0117 922 2848 to have one sent to you.