English Heritage's office for the East Midlands is at:
Northampton NN1 1UH
Tel: 01604 735400
Fax: 01604 735401
How to get there
The building is in Northampton town centre, 20 minutes' walk from the railway station. There are numerous pay & display car parks situated close by. A location map is available from Streetmap.
About the building
44 Derngate is first identified in 1827 as a house, and became a vicarage in 1845. The building was officially opened as Northampton School for Girls in 1921, which it housed until 1993 when the school relocated. Following extensive refurbishment work, English Heritage took over this Grade II listed building in May 2000.
What we do here
The Northampton office is English Heritage's base for the East Midlands, including Derbyshire, Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire, Nottinghamshire and Rutland.
The Advice and Grants team includes the expert advisers and casework staff who enable English Heritage to fulfil its role in the planning system, and in tackling heritage at risk. To find out who the local contacts are for your area, download the map in the top right-hand corner.
The Estates team, also based in Northampton, looks after properties in the care of English Heritage's national collection.