Most parishes offer ‘community facilities’ for their residents – community halls and meeting places, sport pitches, play parks, etc. These facilities have come about in a number of ways, but historically they have been funded by Milton Keynes Council (MKC) and more recently by developers, under planning obligations known as Section 106 (S106) agreements. Under the Localism Act 2011, many existing community facilities are being transferred to local parish and town councils to manage and fund long-term maintenance and repairs.
The CMK Town Council is currently progressing plans to construct a new community facility in Campbell Park with The Parks Trust. For more information, click here.