MKDP has pleasure in bringing to the market this residential development opportunity lying to the South of Pascal Drive, Milton Keynes, comprising circa 0.561 Ha (1.39 Acres)…. Continue reading ‘Residential Development Opportunity’..
Budding young architects, town planners and artists from across MK have been recognised for their innovative ideas in a competition organised by MKDP. Future:CMK challenged students to propose the buildings and facilities they would like to see in Central Milton Keynes in the future. MKDP chief executive Charles Macdonald awarded prizes to the seven winners who … Continue reading “School children compete to design MK of the future”
MKDP has signed contracts with two occupiers to provide new facilities that animate the first floor and further increase community interaction at the Old Bus Station in Elder Gate. The first floor is currently being remodelled to accommodate the new occupiers that will include MK’s first competition standard ballroom as well as soundproofed spaces for … Continue reading “Old Bus Station regeneration to deliver commercial activity & community uses”
Following an independent review of MKDP’s progress, Milton Keynes Council has recommended that MKDP should be given more powers to act independently. In addition, the terms of office for MKDP’s current independent board members end soon. Consequently, MKDP wishes to appoint four new independent Board Members, including a Vice Chair. MKDP is seeking experienced, commercially … Continue reading “Would you like to join MKDP as an Independent Board Member?”
Planning permission has been granted by Milton Keynes Council for Milton Keynes Development Partnership’s (MKDP) 10 acre (4ha) residential and commercial site at Campbell Wharf. Proposals drawn up by Crest Nicholson Regeneration comprise over 380 homes of various styles and sizes, a local convenience store, a café, a restaurant and a nursery. The planning application … Continue reading “Full speed ahead for Campbell Wharf development”