Hampshire Perspectives

Share your perspectives to help shape local services

Hampshire Perspectives is Hampshire County Council’s online residents' forum.

At a time of unprecedented change and new challenges, it is more important than ever for the County Council to stay in touch with the views of local residents. That is why we need your perspective!

We are recruiting a diverse group of people who would like to share their views on council services and the local area. These views will help us to shape services and make decisions that are right for our residents.

Members of the group will be asked to take part in a questionnaire or poll about once every two to four weeks. Usually these will be run online and will take less than five minutes to complete.

Occasionally we may invite members to join in other types of research such as focus groups, interviews or formal consultations, but there is no obligation to do so. You can take part in as much or as little of the research as you would like.

To share your Hampshire perspectives, you must live in Hampshire and be aged over 18.

Sign up to our online Hampshire residents' forum

Interested in Hampshire’s Perspectives? You can view key findings from completed projects below:

Project 22: Priorities for bus stop features

Project 21: Trading Standards and the Buy with Confidence scheme

Hampshire Perspectives - You Said, We Did 2021-2022 - impact of your feedback

Project 20: Technology Enabled Care

Project 19: Urinary continence

Project 18: Tracking Travel (Wave 2)

Project 17: Leading Healthy and Independent Lives for Longer

Project 16: COVID update

Project 15: Street Lighting

Project 13: Weight management and smoking cessation support

Project 12: Panel Feedback and Future

Hampshire Perspectives - You Said, We Did 2020-2021 - impact of your feedback – Sept 2021

Project 11: Unlocking

Project Ten: Tracking travel

Project Nine: Facing the future

Project Eight: Choosing local

Project Seven: Climate change

Project Six: Wellbeing during the third national lockdown

Project Five: Digital connectivity

Project Four: Economy

Project Three: Staying well during coronavirus

Project Two: Transport

Project One: Lifestyles in the age of COVID-19 (October 2020)