MKDP leading National Bowl transformation as unique cultural hub

MKDP is developing proposals to modernise and reinvigorate the National Bowl Arena to create a vibrant year-round facility complemented by music based leisure, retail and hospitality venues. Working with a project team comprising architects, leisure specialists, engineers the National Bowl’s owner MKDP is further researching how to deliver the investment and facilities required to make … Continue reading “MKDP leading National Bowl transformation as unique cultural hub”

New plans for Kents Hill

Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP) and leading independent hospital group Spire Healthcare have agreed, subject to planning approval, to develop a purpose-built private hospital on a site in Kents Hill. The balance of the development site will be devoted to building around 150 new homes, including approximately 45 affordable homes. The state-of-the-art facility, which will … Continue reading “New plans for Kents Hill”

Offers invited from small residential developers

MKDP is asking residential developers with an interest in building new homes in Walnut Tree, in the south east of Milton Keynes, to propose their ideas for a site near Walton High School. The small greenfield site is off Lichfield Down and is 0.892 acres (0.361 Ha) and has been allocated in Milton Keynes’ local … Continue reading “Offers invited from small residential developers”

Local team to deliver first excellent industrial facility in Milton Keynes

Diggers are on site at a construction site in Milton Keynes that will see completion of a 30,000 square feet industrial unit in December 2017. The new building will deliver BREEAM excellent environmental performance, the first of its kind in MK. The site at Wolverton Mill is being developed jointly by locally based Secklow Asset … Continue reading “Local team to deliver first excellent industrial facility in Milton Keynes”

MKDP launches urban planning competition

MKDP has launched Future:CMK, a competition for students who attend secondary schools across Milton Keynes to find out what buildings and facilities young people who live in the city would like to see in Central Milton Keynes in the future. Charles Macdonald chief executive of MKDP says: “We hope that teachers and students are as excited … Continue reading “MKDP launches urban planning competition”

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