Search
Generic filters

Summary

  • ‘Improving health and care for our local communities’ is the top priority for the council in pandemic recovery for just under half of respondents (47%)
  • ‘Prioritising mental health’ was the next most popular priority among respondents
  • ‘Improving health and care for our local communities’ was selected as the most important recovery priority in all postcode areas
  • ‘Prioritising mental health’ was the second most important recovery priority in most postcodes, except for PO4 and PO5
  • PO4 and PO5 both selected ‘taking positive action to tackle climate change’ as the second most important recovery priority

Top three priorities respondents would like to see the council focus on in the pandemic recovery

Base: Total sample (2,331)

This chart shows that ‘Improving health and care for our local communities’ was picked as a ‘top three’ priority in pandemic recovery by 47% of respondents, ‘Prioritising mental health’ was picked by 35%, ‘Taking positive action to tackle climate change’ was picked by 31%, ‘Support the local economy to recover from the pandemic’ was picked by 31%, ‘Creating opportunities for employment’ was picked by 31%, ‘Making more good quality homes available for our residents’ was picked by 23%, ‘Supporting people to live active, healthy lives’ was picked by 18%, ‘supporting young people’ was picked by 16%, ‘creating greener, better-connected journeys’ was picked by 15%, ‘Encouraging everyone to learn and develop skills’ was picked by 13%, ‘Encouraging clean growth and culture-led regeneration’ was picked by 13%, ‘Building aspirations and encouraging ambition for our city and its residents’ was picked by 11%, and ‘other’ was picked by 4%. /em>

Future council recovery priorities by postcode district

wdt_ID Postcode district Recovery priority 1 Recovery priority 2 Recovery priority 3

This table shows ‘Improving health and care for our local communities’ was selected by respondents as the most important recovery priority in all postcode areas. Respondents in all postcode areas except for PO4 and PO5 selected ‘prioritising mental health’ a the second most important recovery priority, while respondents in PO4 and PO5 chose ‘taking positive action on climate change’. For the third most important recovery priority, respondents in PO1, PO4 and PO6 selected ‘supporting the local economy to recover from the pandemic, respondents in PO2 selected ‘taking positive action on climate change’, respondents in PO3 selected ‘creating opportunities for employment’, and respondents in PO5 were tied between ‘prioritising mental health’, ‘creating opportunities for employment’ and ‘supporting the local economy to recover from the pandemic’ as the third most important recovery priority