Adelphi Street held an impromtu late Summer barbecue, thanks to the Adelphi Street Neighbourhood Watch team.
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CMK Town Council are pleased to announce the launch of our new website, www.cmktowncouncil.gov.uk. The website aims to help residents living in CMK and Campbell Park be better informed about the work of the Town Council and what’s happening in our city-centre ‘neighbourhood.’ The website has a number of new areas covering ‘news and views,’ local events and local […]
UPDATED 8 Sept 2014 The owners of the shopping building, trading as The Centre:MK, have lodged a planning application to build a very large Multi-Storey Car Park (MSCP) next to John Lewis over the existing car park. It is the Town Council’s considered view that the proposed development:- would seriously harm the quality of life of hundreds of nearby residents; […]
This was the third year of Milton Keynes Festival Fringe with eight days of (slightly outrageous) Fringe activity taking place in CMK and beyond.
The much publicised driverless pods will be coming to Central Milton Keynes shortly, allowing people to ride in one from the train station to the shops of their choice. The Pinnacle building in CMK houses one of 7 Catapult innovation centres set up to encourage business, government, academics and research to work together to find […]
In the middle of July, Midsummer Boulevard was invaded by stilt-walking dinosaurs, street bands and huge puppets. It was the annual ‘Walking with Giants’ parade – the largest carnival in Central Milton Keynes. But it’s no ordinary carnival parade – it has a special Milton Keynes flavour. It is the largest ‘green’ carnival in the UK – […]
Following a joint initiative by Milton Keynes Council and Central Milton Keynes Town Council, a series of workshops concluded on Monday 23 June with a high degree of consensus for creating an ambitious new “blueprint” for the future development of Midsummer Boulevard East and surrounds. This stretch of boulevard, from Midsummer Place to Campbell Park, […]
Earlier this summer, Business Secretary Vince Cable opened a new innovation centre in CMK
The standard of new development has a real impact on the quality of life for CMK residents as well as the wider community.
Did you know that you have an ice rink on your doorstep?
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