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.
Crest Nicholson and MKDP held an exhibition of their proposals for Campbell Wharf at the centre:mk. People were asked to comment on the proposed development of the 21 acre site bordering the Grand Union Canal to the east of Campbell Park. Almost 90% of those who responded to the exhibited plans were supportive and welcomed the … Continue reading “Residents support MK Campbell Wharf Development”
Councillor John Bint has joined MKDP’s board replacing Edith Bald, leader of the Conservative group on Milton Keynes Council. John has been a Conservative councillor for Broughton since 2007. He is particularly interested in transport issues and urban development and is a member of the Council’s Development Control Committee. John is an IT marketing and … Continue reading “MKDP appoints new board member”