EWR survey – understanding the impact of the current construction works on residents

Dear Parish Clerk,

I work at Quadrangle, an independent market research agency that has been employed by the East West Railway Company (EWR Co) to get a better insight on how residents feel about the project that will link Oxford to Cambridge by rail.

You may remember that Quadrangle previously contacted you in May of 2022, about a survey that we were running to better understand the impact of the current construction works on residents in the affected areas as well as anything that could be improved. As part of EWR Co’s ongoing commitment to deliver the best possible service for our communities, we are planning to run this survey every 6 months.

As East Claydon is one of the areas impacted by construction, we thought that this survey might be of interest to your residents. As Clerk for East Claydon Parish Council, we would be grateful if you could circulate the link below via any newsletters or forums the Parish may use so residents can share their feedback about their experience of the construction works so far with us.

The survey link is: https://survey.euro.confirmit.com/wix/p761438182600.aspx

The survey will be live for residents to share their views until December 19th.

Please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions.


Dan Aldridge
Trainee Insight Executive
Direct Dial: +44 (0)20 8051 5224
Switchboard: +44 (0)20 7357 9919

1 thought on “EWR survey – understanding the impact of the current construction works on residents”

  1. The HGV passing through Botolph and East Claydon have no respect to speed limits. Also the roads are not used to such heavy vehicles, end result, roads have started to collapse. So many pot holes now. The bridge that was replaced on Sandhills Road is a utter disgrace. Before we had a two way bridge now only a single track, disgusting.

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