The Place Survey is a national survey that has been carried out by most local authorities across the country. It asks questions on the quality of life in local areas; focusing on issues such as community safety, local services, inclusion, and environment.
Some of the questions included allow us to report on 18 national indicators. Reports and charts relating to the county and districts performance can be found on the main county Place Survey results page located here: http://www.cambridgeshire.gov.uk/business/research/consultations/placesurvey.htm
The Cambridgeshire Atlas | The Place Survey 2008 shows data at a ward level across the county. It includes all 18 of the national indicators measured in the Place Survey. In addition to this two other domains are included that show levels of satisfaction with the council and whether the council provides value for money. All data shown in the atlas are percentages allowing for the figures to be easily compared to the county, regional and national rates.