The Crace Study’s third annual survey is now open and all residents are encouraged to take part, have their say on what it’s like living in this unique suburb, and go in the draw to win some great prizes.
The Crace Study, a research project by The University of Canberra, aims to assess whether the innovative design of Crace will have long-term benefits for the health and well-being of residents.
“The ultimate aim of The Crace Study is to understand how factors like urban form and community engagement can make somewhere a great place to live,” said Dr Léan O’Brien, lead researcher of The Crace Study.
“These things develop over time as a suburb is built so it is really valuable for us to have the perspective of people who have seen those changes happen.”
“At the same time people who have recently joined the Crace community have a fresh perspective on the suburb and what it is like to live in Crace compared to other places – we want to hear from everyone!” she said.
The survey can be completed online via www.thecracestudy.com or alternatively, residents can choose to fill out the hardcopy survey that will be delivered to their letterbox in mid-October. The survey is open from 6 October until 24 November.