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Case study: Shaping regional plans with citizen’s voices
The Strafford Regional Planning Commission is a political subdivision of the state of New Hampshire, whose role is to advise and assist their respective member communities by providing technical studies, data analysis, collection, interpretation, and cohesion with state agencies and community groups in order to make informed decisions for the benefit of their constituents.
Find out how their team used Interpris to assist with managing and making sense of a large data set, which ultimately helped to inform major regional plans for the area.
Case study: Residents report on life in Christchurch
Christchurch is New Zealand’s second largest city, located on the east coast of the South Island. The Christchurch City Council is a local authority responsible for the city, and providing services to residents.
Christchurch City Council is working toward a set of community outcomes, which describe what the Council aims to achieve in meeting the current and future needs of its communities for good quality local infrastructure, local public services, and regulatory functions.
Explore how the Council used Interpris to analyze more than 4,500 responses to their Life in Christchurch survey, to set the direction for the Council's long-term plan and its other key strategy and planning documents.