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MKDP has sold its three-acre site on the corner of Kelvin Drive and Roebuck Way at Knowlhill, southwest of Central Milton Keynes, to developer Hampton Brook with an obligation to deliver the agreed proposal by Autumn 2020. Planning permission has been granted for c. 4,000 sqm (44,165 sq ft) of warehouse and office space across … Continue reading “”


Milton Keynes Development Partnership will soon be undertaking external renovation and improvements at the Old Bus Station. These works include street furniture and re-paving so that different users of the building can more safely use it. Plans for these works are available to view  here

Have your say about the future of Station Square

We are looking at ways in which the area around Station Square in front of Milton Keynes Central rail station, one of the sites that MKDP owns, could be improved. So we want to know what the people who live and work in the city think. Please  complete this short survey  to have your say. The survey closes on … Continue reading “Have your say about the future of Station Square”

MKDP helps to keep growing haulage business in MK

K&K Services was established 15 years ago and was until recently based in Wavendon, a village on the outskirts of Milton Keynes. As the business grew and the number of houses in the village increased and the land was acquired for residential use, it became increasingly unsuitable for K&K’s expanding transportation, distribution and haulage services. … Continue reading “MKDP helps to keep growing haulage business in MK”

New hotel set to reach new heights in Central Milton Keynes

Independent British hoteliers, Hotel La Tour, have received planning permission to build a luxury, four-star plus hotel on land owned by MKDP. It is intended that the hotel, which will be situated near Marlborough Gate junction, will boast state-of-the-art conference facilities, 250 bedrooms, an urban spa and rooftop restaurant and bar, catering for up to … Continue reading “New hotel set to reach new heights in Central Milton Keynes”

Blue light hub to offer state of the art facilities for MK

Work has started on the £14 million fire, police and ambulance campus in Milton Keynes that is being built on a former MKDP site in West Ashland. The construction contract has been awarded to Kidlington-based Kingerlee Ltd and work is expected to be completed by August 2019, with the building due to open in October … Continue reading “Blue light hub to offer state of the art facilities for MK”

McCarthy and Stone submits plans for Walnut Tree

McCarthy and Stone has submitted a full planning application to Milton Keynes Council to develop land on MKDP’s site at Hindhead Knoll, Walnut Tree with new Retirement Living accommodation. McCarthy and Stone was chosen as MKDP’s preferred development partner for this residential site after a competitive tender process earlier this year. The submitted plans would … Continue reading “McCarthy and Stone submits plans for Walnut Tree”

More affordable housing on the way in MK

Crest Nicholson has announced that bpha, the established Bedford-based housing association, has been selected as the affordable housing partner for its exclusive Campbell Wharf development. The delivery of 115 affordable homes, including shared ownership apartments, means that 30 percent of the homes in this exciting new development will be affordable housing. The remaining 268 homes … Continue reading “More affordable housing on the way in MK”

Construction starts at Campbell Wharf Development

Councillor Rob Middleton and Matthew Green from Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) put on their hard hats and high-visibility jackets to get a close up view of how work is progressing at Crest Nicholson’s exciting new Campbell Wharf development. When finished the site will provide 383 new homes, of which 115 will be affordable, along … Continue reading “Construction starts at Campbell Wharf Development”

MK’s most sustainably built factory/warehouse completed

BLU Milton Keynes, a new 31,500 sq ft (2,926m²) production and warehouse facility developed jointly by Secklow Asset Management and Buccleuch Property is ready for occupation.  Built on a 1.6 acre site at Wolverton Mill that was acquired from Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP), the property has achieved sector-leading performance in sustainability. The developers and … Continue reading “MK’s most sustainably built factory/warehouse completed”

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