Young volunteers launch survey for frontline housing staff



Poverty AllianceA group of young people who are volunteering with the Poverty Alliance and Children in Scotland have compiled a survey designed to explore the views of housing staff about housing and communities.

The short survey forms part of a participatory research project commissioned by Wheatley Group.

Starting in June last year, the project aims to explore the information available to young people aged 16-25 about their housing options. The group is trying to ask as many frontline housing staff from various different organisations to complete the survey.

The survey has 10 questions and should not take more than 10 minutes to complete.

The research is expected to be completed by summer 2015. The responses will be gathered and summarised in a report which will be shared with Wheatley Group, the Poverty Alliance and Children in Scotland.



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