The Royal Parks visitor research reports – how are we doing?
We periodically commission visitor research reports. Your feedback has a direct impact on how we manage the parks today and how we can protect them for tomorrow.
Royal Parks visitor research reports 2017–18
Whether you’re visiting a Royal Park to spend a few hours in the open air, to meet up with friends, or to discover more about our heritage, we want you to have the best possible experience when you visit. Our most recent visitor research reports indicated a high satisfaction rate among visitors:
96% of all respondents rate the overall quality, safety and cleanliness of the Royal Parks as excellent or good:
- 94% rate the quality of the natural environment as excellent or good
- 91% rate the tidiness and cleanliness of the parks as excellent or good
- 99% of visitors feel very or quite safe in the parks
How do we use the results of our visitor research?
Understanding what you enjoy about the parks and what would help you get even more out of a visit is invaluable to us. It’s our responsibility to look after the parks as sustainably as possible and we set ourselves the highest standards. Your feedback matters. It helps us plan more effectively, manage our resources sustainably and balance the needs of our visitors with sensitive conservation of the wildlife and habitats of the parks themselves.
How does your park rate?
Conducted by leading research company Ipsos MORI, our research interviews took place between August 2017 and September 2018. Researchers spoke to 2,787 park visitors, selected at random, while they were visiting the parks. You can download the full reports below.
Visitor research reports
Becoming part of the Royal Parks Panel
With over 5,000 acres of parkland, the parks are big spaces, and we appreciate our researchers may not reach everyone who’d like to share their views. If you’d like to contribute, we’d love to hear from you. Please apply to be part of the Royal Parks Panel here.
Thank you for taking the time to get involved.