Happy Friday – and also, happy last day of May! There’s plenty going on in the Aggregator at the moment, with nearly 800 consultations open. Here’s a selection just in time for the weekend.
ONS are working in partnership with the Centre for Homelessness Impact (CHI) to create an indicator framework to measure homelessness across the UK. They want peoples’ views on whether they’re measuring the right areas relating to homelessness. It’s a great survey with some snazzy graphics as well as clear, simple language, meaning that the survey is accessible to everyone. There’s a good mix of answer components, too – I like the use of dropdowns for arranging items in order of preference.
Essex County Council is consulting on changes to fees for Park & Ride Concessionary Bus Pass holders
Essex County Council are seeking views on whether there should be changes/increases to fares for people using concessionary bus passes on Park & Ride services. The survey is extensively routed, meaning that respondents are only completing answers that are relevant to them. This also means that responses are more informed, which makes them more meaningful to site admins.
Short, to the point and some brilliant illustrations to boot. What’s not to love?
And that’s it! Have a great weekend and we’ll see you in June for the next one.