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Modernising the planning system - service users' views
14 September 2011
Audit Scotland has published the findings of its review of the new Scottish planning system , including findings from the Ipsos MORI research on the views of recent users of the planning system, including householder applicants, agents, developers, and businesses.
Public attitudes towards housing benefit and planning reform
21 June 2011
New research by Ipsos MORI, for Inside Housing, shows the Great British public supports spending less on housing benefit to spend more on other things and to reduce the national debt, but not if it means an increase in homelessness.
Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker
31 May 2011
More Britons expect house prices to rise rather than fall over the next twelve months, according to the Halifax Housing Market Confidence tracker. The Halifax Housing Market Confidence Tracker monitors public sentiment towards the UK housing market. The April survey was conducted by Ipsos MORI on behalf of Halifax. Interviewing took place between 8th and 14th April 2011.
3 October 2007
Ipsos MORI conducted a qualitative evaluation among older people (aged 60+) and service providers from the voluntary, public and private sectors to understand the characteristics of an 'age-friendly' city.
Local Environment: Establishing Acceptable Standards
9 May 2007
A qualitative examination of the factors residents and local government professionals use to judge the quality of the local environment and public space and how such qualities are understood and applied. Twelve qualities by which an area might be judged were developed by University College London, based on a literature review. Participants were asked what factors they felt each quality would cover, as well as what they would regard as a 'good' or 'acceptable' standard for each and how they would evaluate these qualities in their local area.
Sports Facilities In Edinburgh
1 May 2007
A telephone survey among a representative sample of the Edinburgh population to assess city-wide opinion regarding major sports developments in the city.
50th Anniversary of Green Belts
2 August 2005
A quarter of people in Britain (27%) claim to be well-informed about green belts, according to new research from MORI. The survey, conducted to coincide with the 50th Anniversary of the establishment of green belts in Britain, shows a similar proportion (25%) say that they know nothing about them.