In March 2020, Hertfordshire’s Community Reassurance Cell (CRC) was established as part of the county’s emergency planning and recovery structures to provide leadership and reassurance to Hertfordshire residents during the coronavirus pandemic. The CRC is chaired by Cllr. Linda Haysey, Leader of East Herts District Council. As part of this work, the CRC undertook a Community Impact Assessment (CIA) survey in 2020 in order to understand the challenges that were being faced by Hertfordshire’s communities.
Following on from this work, Hertfordshire County Council, on behalf of the CRC, have commissioned Opinion Research Services (ORS) to carry out a follow-up Community Impact Assessment survey. The data being collected in this survey will be used to assess the continuing impacts of the pandemic, the continuing challenges that Hertfordshire residents and their communities face, and how these have changed since 2020. The findings will help to inform the continuing development of the County’s recovery plans.
Please share your views and experiences by taking part in this short survey, which is available until 21st January 2022. Individuals aged 16 years + living in Hertfordshire, as well as representatives of community groups or other local organisations based in Hertfordshire are eligible to take part. It should take around 10 minutes to complete.
You do not have to complete this survey and if you do you are free not to answer or to choose ‘Prefer not to say’ in response to any of the questions.