The planning applications for the exciting housing, retail and leisure development at Campbell Wharf have been submitted to Milton Keynes Council. Developer Crest Nicholson hopes that planning permission will be granted and that construction can start soon on the 20 acre site, currently owned by Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP). Crest Nicholson’s scheme includes more … Continue reading “Permission to proceed pursued for park plans”
The first Grade A office block to be built in Milton Keynes for nine years is close to seeing its first tenants, Grant Thornton, move in. The £12m project was developed by Frontier Estates on land owned by Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) on Avebury Boulevard and was built by Northampton-based Winvic. The 40,000 sq … Continue reading ” New Grade A office to open for business”
Winter Night Shelter MK is a charity almost entirely run by volunteers that provides a range of services and support to homeless people in Milton Keynes. It runs through the coldest months of the year, from December to March, and since it started in 2011 has hosted 320 guests, provided 3,587 bed nights, served 7,174 … Continue reading “MKDP charity supports the city’s homeless”
SUBJECT TO CONTRACT AND WITHOUT PREJUDICE MKDP is marketing a self-build plot (Plot 1) by informal tender at Aldwycks Close, Shenley Church End, Milton Keynes. Plot 1 is 600 sq m or 0.15 acres and the red line plan showing the boundary of the site is in the information pack. Disposal of this plot will … Continue reading “Self-build opportunity at Shenley Church End”
Councillor Rob Middleton presented an overview of MKDP’s progress against its business plan and the Council’s policy priorities. (see section 13) Councillor Middleton’s report and the business plan received a host of postitive feedback from members of all of the main political parties.