Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) has appointed Greig & Stephenson Architects (GSA) to help develop ideas for the future of the open market next to the city’s indoor shopping centre, Centre:MK. GSA specialises in market-led projects and was behind development of some of the UK’s most popular and successful schemes including Borough and Camden Lock markets in London and … Continue reading “What Next for MK’s City Centre Market?”
Many of our key sites are progressing quickly and we recently shared the details of new homes, commercial units, a high tech head office and R&D facility, a retirement scheme, new hotel and plans for the development of the open market in the city centre in our latest newsletter . You can sign up to receive … Continue reading “Keep up to date with our developments”
MKDP is inviting offers from developers for residential schemes supporting 35-40 dwellings overlooking a linear park at Wolverton Mill, Site B. More information is available here .
Development ideas for Tickford Fields Farm, Newport Pagnell are being proposed. They include around new 900 homes, schools, shops, a health centre and landscaping. You can find out more about the proposals and comment on them at www.tickfordfieldsfarm.co.uk . The deadline for providing feedback is 11 February 2019.
A public consultation is taking place later this week on development ideas for Tickford Fields Farm, Newport Pagnell. Proposals currently being worked on include around new 900 homes, schools, shops, a health centre and landscaping. Milton Keynes Development Partnership is keen for the public to provide their views and has organised an exhibition of the … Continue reading “Have your say about Newport Pagnell development”
Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) is sounding out people across the city to determine ways in which Station Square could be improved. They conducted a survey over the summer which asked people what they most like and dislike about the area around the station. It also sought views on what they would like to see … Continue reading “All Change at Milton Keynes Station?”
More jobs are likely to be brought to Milton Keynes with the news that Hampton Brook has started work on the construction of two commercial buildings in Knowlhill, comprising approximately 4,459 sq m (48,000 sq ft) of warehouse and office space with associated delivery areas and car parking. The three-acre site on the corner of … Continue reading “Site sold in Knowlhill will create more MK jobs”