Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) is awarding thousands of pounds to local groups through the organisation’s first Community Fund awards and has also made a major donation to the Covid-19 MK Emergency Response Appeal. Read the full press release here.
PLEASE NOTE APPLICATION IS NOW CLOSED. MKDP are looking to recruit a Placemaking Development Executive. This is an exciting opportunity to join a dynamic and experienced property team charged with driving development of its significant land holdings and helping to deliver ‘Renaissance: Central Milton Keynes’ through its strategic sites.
Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) has been appointed a new Independent Chair to its Board, Nicola Sawford – a portfolio non-executive director with over 30 years of senior business experience across professional services, technology, retail, media, financial services, regulation and charities. Nicola will take over as Independent Chair from Interim Chair, Bernadette Conroy, in April. … Continue reading “New Chair for MKDP”
MKDP recently invited offers from developers for a residential scheme on our 0.26ha/0.64ac site at White Horse Drive, in Emerson Valley, Milton Keynes More information is available here . Please note the closing date for conditional offers on this site was the 3rd of April 2020.
We are publishing the findings of our wide-ranging public consultation about Station Square. This consultation work sought to discover what the people of Milton Keynes thought about the open space outside MK: Central station and how it could be developed to meet the city’s changing future needs. It started in the summer of 2018 when … Continue reading “What you had to say on Station Square”
MKDP has recently carried out work to discover what the people of Milton Keynes thought about the open space outside Milton Keynes Central station, and how it could be developed to meet the city’s ever-evolving needs. In response to the feedback MKDP is now looking at introducing initiatives to make the square a more welcoming … Continue reading “Pop-up in Station Square”