Take part in the Brent Cross Flourishing Index survey

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Overview

Brent Cross Town and The University of Manchester are inviting you to take part in The Flourishing Index survey.

At Brent Cross Town, we are pleased to be supporting The University of Manchester on a new research study which aims to create a new measurement tool to help understand community wellbeing – this new measurement is called ‘The Flourishing Index’. This research study is also supported by Buro Happold’s sustainability team, who are greatly interested in the social as well as environmental impact of new developments.

It is our aim that by working with the University on this new research study, we will gain a better understanding of the wellbeing of the local community. We will then be able to use these insights to inform the design and management of Brent Cross Town.

In addition, The University of Manchester is offering each participant the chance to be entered into a prize draw to win one of 50 Love2Shop vouchers. If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning, just enter you email address at the end of the survey.

If you want to find out more about 'The Flourishing Index and what information is being collected as part of it please visit: Brent Cross Local Well-being Survey (manchester.ac.uk)

About Brent Cross Town

In 2016, Barnet Council and Argent Related created a joint venture to deliver Brent Cross Town – a new mixed-use neighbourhood for north London. Brent Cross Town, set around 50 acres of parks and playing fields, will deliver 6,700 new homes and workplaces for 25,000 people supported by first-class public transport infrastructure, a new and improved network of walking and cycle routes and a series of new and improved parks, squares and other amenities.

Want to find out more about Brent Cross Town? Click here

Overview

Brent Cross Town and The University of Manchester are inviting you to take part in The Flourishing Index survey.

At Brent Cross Town, we are pleased to be supporting The University of Manchester on a new research study which aims to create a new measurement tool to help understand community wellbeing – this new measurement is called ‘The Flourishing Index’. This research study is also supported by Buro Happold’s sustainability team, who are greatly interested in the social as well as environmental impact of new developments.

It is our aim that by working with the University on this new research study, we will gain a better understanding of the wellbeing of the local community. We will then be able to use these insights to inform the design and management of Brent Cross Town.

In addition, The University of Manchester is offering each participant the chance to be entered into a prize draw to win one of 50 Love2Shop vouchers. If you’d like to be in with a chance of winning, just enter you email address at the end of the survey.

If you want to find out more about 'The Flourishing Index and what information is being collected as part of it please visit: Brent Cross Local Well-being Survey (manchester.ac.uk)

About Brent Cross Town

In 2016, Barnet Council and Argent Related created a joint venture to deliver Brent Cross Town – a new mixed-use neighbourhood for north London. Brent Cross Town, set around 50 acres of parks and playing fields, will deliver 6,700 new homes and workplaces for 25,000 people supported by first-class public transport infrastructure, a new and improved network of walking and cycle routes and a series of new and improved parks, squares and other amenities.

Want to find out more about Brent Cross Town? Click here

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