Survey on local partnerships and the delivery of economic, social and environmental benefits
The Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) is seeking information on local partnerships and the delivery of economic, health and environmental benefits. Defra has commissioned independent research consultancy, Collingwood Environmental Planning (with its partners the Ecosystems Knowledge Network and New Economics Foundation) to undertake a survey on this topic.
The survey is aimed at people involved in organisations or partnerships in England working below the national level to achieve economic, health or environmental outcomes. We are really keen to hear from a range of economic, health and environmental partnerships.
The results of the survey will be used by Defra to find ways to further increase the value of local partnerships’ contribution to delivering the 25 Year Environment Plan.
Your responses will be really valuable. The survey is voluntary and takes about 15 minutes to complete. Most of the questions are multiple choice and do not ask for personally identifiable data.
Please CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE SURVEY , before Friday 5th October 2018.
Please do share this survey link with relevant contacts as appropriate.
Many thanks for your help,
Collingwood Environmental Planning Project Team