An open access paper on "The potential of runoff attenuation features as a Natural Flood Management approach" has been published in the Journal of Flood Risk Management. The study utilised data from the Belford Burn catchment in N.E. England, and in particular the offline storage areas within the catchment. A modelling framework was created to demonstrate the impact of an offline storage area. The results showed that peak flow can be reduced by more than 30% at downstream receptors within the catchment. The full abstract and paper can be accessed via the link below.