The number of questionnaires being posted to households in the next few days to seek the views of the public on highways and transport issues in their area.
This unique, standardised, collaboration between 106 Highway Authorities across England and parts of Scotland sees nearly 400,000 members of the public being asked the same… http://nhtnetwork.org/nht-network/blogs-news/document-1-2-2-2/nearly-400000/
106 (One Hundred and Six) Highway Authorities across England and parts of Scotland will be taking part in this year’s Public Satisfaction Survey, a new high for the Network which saw 100 authorities participate in the survey last year.
Councils in the survey for the first time this year include:
Bury Council Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council Tameside Metropolitan Borough Council Trafford Council West… http://nhtnetwork.org/nht-network/blogs-news/document-1-2-2-2/record-numbers-taking-part-2016-survey/
Includes: 2016 survey costs to remain the same as last year. Feedback from the latest Survey Steering Group meeting. An update on CQC and information about the forthcoming CQC Efficiency Conference taking place on 28th April. Opportunities to become invol…
Extra data added to 2015 NHT Survey Results
Data for the thirteen authorities that asked to be included in the 2015 Public Satisfaction survey after the original deadline, and… http://nhtnetwork.org/nht-network/blogs-news/nht-network-news/february-nht-newsletter/
New case studies and practice notes have recently been added to the Library section of the web site from authorities that achieved year on year improvements in public satisfaction in excess of 10% in the Highway Maintenance Benchmark Indicators (BIs)
To date Plymouth City Council, Wokingham Borough Council, Herefordshire Council and Dorset County Council have shared material. Go to the Library section of this web site… http://nhtnetwork.org/nht-network/blogs-news/nht-network-news/sharing-more-highway-maintenance-practice/
Displaying your NHT Public Satisfaction Survey data spatially on maps is now available from the Results page. You can choose to map data by individual Authority, by all England or all Scotland and, for those authorities that have taken part for the past …
You can choose to display data by whole authority area and by district or ward, if you hover your mouse pointer over the map you will be able to see the name of the district/ward,… http://nhtnetwork.org/nht-network/blogs-news/document-1-2-2-2/mapping-back/