Kettering Borough Council and River Nene Regional Park CiC are working together with landowners, statutory bodies and local communities to plan enhancements to the green spaces within the Borough for both people and nature. We want to hear your opinions and ideas on what you’d like to see happen.

Accessible greenspaces are places that are available for the general public to use free of charge and at any time (although some may close overnight or charge for parking). When answering these questions, please think broadly of all types of greenspace you may use, including allotments, woodlands, village greens and community gardens, as well as parks and playing fields. Please also think about the experience at different times of the year and the other people you visit with. Thank you for your time.

* 1. Which local greenspaces are important to you?

* 2. What do you use local greenspaces for?

* 3. How important do you feel it is to have locally accessible greenspace in the borough of Kettering?

* 4. Are there any existing green spaces you would like to see improved for people and/or nature?

* 5. Do you have any ideas for new green spaces in your area? Please identify where and what you would like to see there in terms of facilities for people and nature.

* 6. If you would like to hear more about how the project progresses, please leave your email address.