River Nene Regional Park Governance and Structure

The Vision for the River Nene Regional Park:

Our goal is for River Nene Regional Park to become an independent, inclusive, reciprocal and beneficial partnership of public, private and third sector members. It will be nationally and internationally recognised as the centre of excellence for the piloting, co-ordination and delivery of regional sustainability initiatives. It will address strategic issues such as climate change, the enhancement of local biodiversity and the innovative development of the environment as an asset for social development, education, leisure & recreation, heritage & cultural activity, and as a primary vehicle of economic regeneration.

What is a Community Interest Company?

RNRP is now a Community Interest Company which means that it is an independent not for profit organisation that is able to hold assets on behalf of the community. It has to meet certain standards and produce an annual Community Report.

 

How does the River Nene Regional Park Govern itself?

 

The Board

The board consists of 15 members, belonging to organisations from the Private Sector, Regional and Local Govenment, National Agencies, Charity, Community and Landowner bodies. The board are responsible for making key financial decisions and prioritising the direction in which the River Nene Regional Park goes in terms of its future delivery.

  The Board 

The Executive Team

The role of the Executive Team is to administer the day to day running of the River Nene Regional Park on behalf of the partners including seeking new projects and coordinating bid submissions to a range of funding streams.

  The Executive Team

Stakeholder Steering Group

 

 


 

RELATED DOCUMENTS

  River Nene Regional Park Business Plan Preface [283KB]

  River Nene Regional Park Business Plan [997KB]

  River Nene Regional Park Action Plan

  River Nene Regional Park Articles of Association [363KB]

  Roles and Responsibilities of the Directors [330KB]

 

 

 

River Nene Regional Park

GENERAL NEWS


    
March 09 2021

Nenescape Community Heritage Grant Open to Applications

The fifth round of the Nenescape ‘Stories of the Nene’ grant is now live. Applicants can bid for up to £3000 towards a community heritage project that will improve access to, better promote and better protect the heritage of the Nene Valley.