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More HIMOs for Campbell Park?

A recent planning application to turn a 4-bedroomed townhouse into a 5-bedroomed House in Multiple Occupancy (HiMO) in Columbia Place, Campbell Park, was refused after the Town Council persisted in its objections due to the lack of parking provision. A number of nearby residents also filed objections, mainly about the impact on parking but also […]


MK in Perspective

A large number of drawings by renowned artist Helmut Jacoby, which the Milton Keynes Development Corporation commissioned to raise international interest in the new city, are on display in the centre:mk. This is the first time that many of these artworks have been seen together. The exhibition, along the Midsummer Arcade side of the former […]


Kids Run Free

Kids Run Free create fun, sustainable running opportunities for toddlers to teens, igniting their passion for sport and physical activity and allowing them to become healthier, happier more confident children. They meet every first and third Saturday of each month at Chain Reaction, Campbell Park, Silbury Boulevard, Milton Keynes – come along at 8.45am for […]


Neighbourhood Plan Gives Residents a Voice

Proposals to develop an independent, luxury hotel on the edge of CMK overlooking Campbell Park could see the tallest building yet arrive on the city skyline. However the coach park, where Hotel La Tour wants to build the hotel, is defined as “classic CMK infrastructure” in the CMK Neighbourhood Plan. This means that only an […]


Trees & Boyd & Evans

Artists Boyd and Evans talk about the role of trees in their work. ‘In this year of the 50th anniversary celebration of the birth of the city in a forest, our attention has been turned to the subject of trees. In this talk we look at their role in our work, from the beginning, which […]


A Different Kind of Urban

As Milton Keynes’ 50th anniversary year draws to a close, the members and friends of the Open University Choir have commissioned a new piece to commemorate the occasion. The piece, which includes lyrics about the city, its history, design and culture, is described as having “potential to engage, stimulate or challenge anyone who knows Milton Keynes.” The new piece will be performed […]


Festive Market 2017: Opening Night

This winter season, the MK Gallery Project Space will once again be transformed into Festive Market 2017, selling art, craft and merchandise from local makers and artists. A range of work from a wide variety artists and makers will be for sale including homeware, bath and beauty products, festive food, greetings cards, prints, painting, textiles, ceramics, […]


Introducing Your New Councillor

CMK Town Council is proud to welcome Central Milton Keynes’ newest parish councillor, Oya Discombe. Oya has lived in Milton Keynes for almost 20 years, and within CMK for over 5 years, giving her a strong interest in local issues. A research consultant with a background in marketing management, marketing research and e-business, Oya joined […]


Carols at the Rose

A good opportunity to practise your carol singing will be the annual Open Air Christmas Carols event at the MK Rose, which returns to Campbell Park on December 17. The festive event is free to attend and open to all, beginning at 3pm.