Concerning the enigma that is the deadly dull feedback survey

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Imagine you’re in the hospitality trade, and you’ve been given a budget to create the bar of your dreams. Your co-investors and Board are 100% committed to creating the most incredible experience, and encourage you to go hell-for-leather designing the most exciting rococo nighttime adventure that would make even Earnest Hemingway raise an eyebrow over […]

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On the Need for Diversity in Tech

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As an ever-growing, ever-changing field, the world of tech is often described in the language of accessibility. Social networking has democratised the world of media, giving audiences a voice to respond rather than merely being spoken at, and the ubiquity of the Internet has led to much lauding of its openness. Yet behind this optimistic […]

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Can the Clarion Call for More Affordable Housing be Solved by New Ways of Listening?

Recently Built-ID has partnered with the All-Party Parliamentary Group for Housing Market & Housing Delivery to better understand the priorities of industry leaders in regard to unblocking the delivery of new homes. We are calling on organisations and individuals that operate in the housing market and in the delivery of new homes. Whether you’re involved […]

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The Big Secret About Small Things

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There’s a big secret about small things and I’d like to share it. When it comes to community engagement small actions can make a really big difference, let me explain.  Recently Built-ID has been using Give My View to understand community views on renewable energy. A full report will be published on the 9th December, […]

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Renewable Energy: Nature’s Friend or Foe?

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Recently Built-ID has been using Give My View to understand community priorities concerning renewable energy. A full report of our findings will be published on the 9th December, but ahead of that I wanted to share something that’s surprised me about the early data.  I grew up close to many wind farms in Lancashire, and […]

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Introducing our Build To Rent Question Library, Designed by Experts for Experts

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We’re very proud to launch the work we’ve created in partnership with the UK Apartment Association (UKAA), namely the provision of ‘oven-ready’ question libraries that will help Build To Rent (BTR) developers and managers better engage with communities via our Give My View platform. We have created two distinct question libraries; one aimed at communities […]

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