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The Molonglo Valley Mingle Community Survey was conducted in July/August 2014 and enabled members of the community to provide feedback on and suggestions for the Mingle Program in Wright and Coombs. The Community Survey was conducted on behalf of the ACT Land Development Agency (LDA) by independent research company Elton Consulting with the assistance of Communities@Work. 
The survey was promoted to all current residents in Molonglo Valley and to recent and potential purchasers. Members of the community were invited to participate in a 15-20 minute online survey hosted on the LDA website. The survey was open for a period of over two weeks from Saturday 26 July to Sunday 10 August 2014. 
A total of 213 people participated in the survey – a response rate of approximately 24%. The survey sample was characterised by respondents from a range of age groups, and by a slightly higher proportion of women than men. Couples with children living at home accounted for 41% of respondents. However respondents from the local community also included couples with no children (25%) and single people living alone (17%). The survey sample included respondents from a mix of detached houses, units / apartments, and semi-detached houses. 
The survey attracted a high level of community interest and participation which bodes well for future community development events and activities in Molonglo Valley. The survey results will be used to further refine the Mingle Program to best meet community needs and preferences, and to support the continued development of community in Molonglo Valley into the future. It is hoped that Mingle activities will ultimately assist residents to create networks, groups and programs that will become self-sustaining.
A summary of the key findings were presented to residents at the Mingle Wine Tasting Afternoon on Saturday 6 December 2014. You can view the presentation here:

Mingle Community Survey

Community Survey 2016

The Molonglo Valley Mingle Community Survey was conducted in May/June 2016 and enabled members of the community to provide feedback on and suggestions for the Mingle Program in Wright and Coombs. 

A summary of the key findings were presented to residents at the July Residents Advisory Group Meeting. You can view the presentation here: Summary of Mingle Community Survey (PDF 414KB)

Community Survey 2014

The Molonglo Valley Mingle Community Survey was conducted in July/August 2014 and enabled members of the community to provide feedback on and suggestions for the Mingle Program in Wright and Coombs. The Community Survey was conducted on behalf of the ACT Government by independent research company Elton Consulting with the assistance of Communities@Work.

The survey was promoted to all current residents in Molonglo Valley and to recent and potential purchasers. Members of the community were invited to participate in a 15-20 minute online survey hosted on our website. The survey was open for a period of over two weeks from Saturday 26 July to Sunday 10 August 2014.
 

A total of 213 people participated in the survey – a response rate of approximately 24%. The survey sample was characterised by respondents from a range of age groups, and by a slightly higher proportion of women than men. Couples with children living at home accounted for 41% of respondents. However respondents from the local community also included couples with no children (25%) and single people living alone (17%). The survey sample included respondents from a mix of detached houses, units / apartments, and semi-detached houses. 

The survey attracted a high level of community interest and participation which bodes well for future community development events and activities in Molonglo Valley. The survey results have been and will continue to be used to further refine the Mingle Program to best meet community needs and preferences, and to support the continued development of community in Molonglo Valley into the future. It is hoped that Mingle activities will ultimately assist residents to create networks, groups and programs that will become self-sustaining.


A summary of the key findings were presented to residents at the Mingle Wine Tasting Afternoon on Saturday 6 December 2014. You can view the presentation here: Summary of Mingle Community Survey (PDF 573KB)

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