Useful Resources

  •   Play the online Catchment Detox game

    The challenge is to manage a river catchment so that after 100 years you have a healthy economy and a healthy environment. Developed in Australia this game illustrates the challenges of catchment management beautifully. Try it!

  •   David Lock Associates

    David Lock Associates is an independent town planning, urban design and master planning consultancy based in Milton Keynes. Advising landowners and developers in planning and securing consent for new homes, jobs, transport infrastructure, retail and education.

  •   North Northants Development Company

    North Northants Development Company (NNDC) is the private Local Delivery Company sponsored and supported by East Northants District Council and Kettering Borough Council to bring forward planned housing and economic growth in the area.

  •   Environment Agency

    We work to create better places for people and wildlife, and support sustainable development.

  •   Natural England

    Natural England is the government’s advisor on the natural environment. We provide practical advice, grounded in science, on how best to safeguard England’s natural wealth for the benefit of everyone.

  •   Quality Learning at Top Lodge

    The RSPB and Forestry Commission's field teaching scheme at Top Lodge, an RNRP partner project has been awarded one of the first quality badges for learning outside the classroom.

  •   6Cs Green Infrastructure

    A partnership of local authorities and environmental organisations commissioned a Green Infrastructure Strategy for the 6Cs Growth Point in the East Midlands. The Strategy's long term vision is to protect, enhance and extend networks of green spaces and natural elements in and around the three cities of Leicester, Nottingham and Derby, connecting with their surrounding towns and villages. The work of the 6Cs Strategic GI Project Board has now substantially come to an end and the website is held by the National Archives where all information from the project is available. In particular The Achievement Review (July 2012) can be found here, which summarises the background to the project, the work carried out over the period 2006-2012 and the lessons learned during the lifetime of the project.

  •   Borough Council of Wellingborough

    Council Offices, Swanspool House, Wellingborough, NN8 1BP

  •   Business Council for Sustainable Development

    We are the only affiliated branch in the UK of the World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD). Our focus is on the practical implementation of sustainable development values and the promotion of sustainable development as a key to world class business standards and new business opportunities.

  •   CABE Space

    CABE has now merged with design Council from 01 April 2012

  •   Communities and Local Government (CLG)

    The CLG's aim is to create prosperous, inclusive and sustainable communities for the 21st century, places where people want to live, that promote opportunity and a better quality of life for all.

  •   Corby Borough Council

    The Corby Cube George Street Corby NN17 1QG

  •   Country Land & Business Association

    16 Belgrave Square London SW1X 8PQ

  •   Daventry District Council

    Council Offices Lodge Road Daventry Northamptonshire NN11 4FP

  •   East Midlands Green Infrastructure Network (EMGIN)

    The East Midlands Green Infrastructure Network helps promote the multiple public benefits of green infrastructure to both planning authorities and the private sector and provides a platform for the sharing of ideas and experiences of those professionals and volunteers delivering green infrastructure around the region. Sadly, the website has closed down due to lack of ongoing funding, however all the resources, publications and events attended, where new skills and the development of Green spaces and implementation of Green Infrastructure was promoted are still available through the National Archives, which can be found at:

  •   English Heritage

    English Heritage exists to protect and promote England's spectacular historic environment and ensure that its past is researched and understood.

  •   East Midlands Development Agency

    East Midlands Development Agency (EMDA) was one of nine Regional Development Agencies in England set up in 1999 to bring a regional focus to economic development. In accordance with government policy, all Regional Development Agencies closed on 31st March 2012.

  •   East Northamptonshire District Council

    East Northamptonshire House Cedar Drive Thrapston Northamptonshire NN14 4LZ

  •   Fermynwoods Contemporary Art Gallery

    Fermynwoods is a non-for-profit art gallery in a beautiful rural location in Northamptonshire, a place where you can enjoy contemporary art in tranquil indoor and garden settings

  •   Forestry Commission

    The mission of the Forestry Commission is to protect and expand Britain's forests and woodlands and increase their value to society and the environment. The Commission's estate is a national resource of exceptional value and potential. Managed in a sustainable way, the estate contributes towards the economic, social and environmental objectives of the England Forestry Strategy. Delivering positive experiences, creating new opportunities.

  •   Groundwork Northamptonshire

    Groundwork is a federation of Trusts in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, each working with their partners to improve the quality of the local environment, the lives of local people and the success of local businesses in areas in need of investment and support. It is our aim to work with regional partners and local people to maximise competitiveness and prosperity in the East Midlands.We want to bring together government policies for a more inclusive society. Many other organisations work with us so that we can achieve our aims. These include businesses, local education authorities, schools, colleges and voluntary organisations. Together we help government initiatives work at a local level. We also reflect back the needs of the East Midlands to Central Government.

  •   Kettering Borough Council

    Kettering Borough Council Municipal Offices Bowling Green Road Kettering NN15 7QX

  •   The Land Trust

    The Land Trust is improving the environment and the quality of life for communities by tackling enduring post-industrial dereliction across England. The Trust deals with the long-term management and funding of public green spaces, proving that community led regeneration of derelict land has the capacity to improve the economic, social and health prospects of an area.

  •   National Farmers Union

    National Farmers Union Stoneleigh Park Stoneleigh Warks

  •   Northampton Borough Council

    The Guildhall St Giles Square Northampton NN1 1DE

  •   Northamptonshire Archaeology

    Northamptonshire Archaeology is a contracting service of Northamptonshire County Council, providing a full range of archaeological services on a commercial basis to the public, private and voluntary sectors.

  •   Northamptonshire Acre

    Its aims are to help enhance the quality of life for people living in the rural areas of the county, particularly those disadvantaged through lack of access to services, and to support and advise rural communities and rural community groups on rural and community development issues.

  •   Northamptonshire Chamber

    Northamptonshire Chamber is an organisation that delivers a vast array of services across Northamptonshire to both its members and the wider business community.

  •   Northamptonshire County Council

    Northamptonshire County Council County Hall Northampton NN1 1ED

  •   Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership

    Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership Enterprise House 30 Billing Road Northampton NN1 5DQ

River Nene Regional Park


June 21 2022

Nenescape launches new mooring on River Nene

A new £300k mooring was officially opened at The Chester House Estate at Irchester, near Wellingborough on Friday 10th June by the Nenescape Landscape Partnership.

February 23 2022

NOTICE: We are Moving!

RNRP is moving offices this week and, until further notice, all enquiries will be via email to 
We will not have access to voicemail on the landlines, but staff will still be contactable via their mobile phones.