Want to involve local residents in the public space? More and more local authorities are using the Burgerschouw app in their residents survey. Residents use a smartphone or tablet to assess the quality of the public space. "It is an important measure of our quality. It is quick, simple and very straightforward," according to the City of Zoetermeer.
A push of the button
This app gives you, the local authority, a modern tool for involving residents in their own neighborhood. A push of the button gives you information about your residents' experience of quality. This can save you a significant amount of time and money processing and analyzing data. Residents use the Burgerschouw app as a simple way of measuring the quality of the public space. Residents use a smartphone or tablet to rate the quality of the public space. Operation is just as you would expect from an app - point, swipe, ready!
Burgerschouw app and GBI management software
This app complements GBI, Antea Group's management software. The app results can be analyzed and presented in GBI. The app can also be used independently, in the event that you do not use Antea Group's management software.
Survey: nice and straightforward
In short, the Burgerschouw app makes surveying a lot nicer and more straightforward for both residents and the local authority. The incumbent local council executive board member (wethouder) for Steenwijkerland comments: "The app is user-friendly, quick and modern. Data is collected in real time. This makes surveying a lot more straightforward."