Please browse our case studies to find out how we combine research techniques to maximise the return on your investment. We treat each project as unique and will propose an approach, based on your objectives and our experience.
Areas with a wide variety of housing types and a large number of Houses of Multiple Occupation offer unique waste and recycling problems for local authorities. Faced with a large number of students living in a popular residential area, one of our clients needed to establish how best to overcome this challenge through research.
The challenge for local authorities looking to the future is how to further investigate issues raised by residents during the Place Survey research. Qualitative research helped one of our clients meet this objective and provided a boost to community cohesion work at the same time.
If you want to understand research findings, one of the best ways to do this is to choose an alternative way to engage with residents. That’s what one of our clients discovered when they decided to investigate Place Survey findings in more depth.
Sometimes issues crop up which require careful planning and a sensitive touch if the client is to derive the maximum benefit from any research.
For over forty years the campaign against drink-driving has remained a high-profile public policy initiative. Determined to assess the strength of its own Christmas drink-drive campaign, Essex County Council chose Qa to conduct research with residents.
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Qa’s study of the impact on tourism to the North York Moors of a proposed York Potash mine development is now publicly available. More...
Lancashire County Council has commissioned Qa to survey childminders and parents. More...