Permission to proceed pursued for park plans - Milton Keynes Development Partnership

Permission to proceed pursued for park plans

The planning applications for the exciting housing, retail and leisure development at Campbell Park Canalside have been submitted to Milton Keynes Council.

Developer Crest Nicholson hopes that planning permission will be granted and that construction can start soon on the 20 acre site, currently owned by Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP). Crest Nicholson’s scheme includes more than 300 homes of various styles and sizes, car parking, a local convenience store, a café, a restaurant, nursery school, pub and a marina.

MKDP’s chief executive Charles Macdonald says: “This is one of the most important sites in Milton Keynes so we are very pleased that Crest Nicholson’s detailed proposals, which are a result of consultations conducted with a wide range of stakeholders across the city, have been passed to the Council for consideration.”

Peter Cusdin, development director at Crest Nicholson Regeneration says: “We are delighted to be taking this exemplar development forward and are optimistic that Milton Keynes Council will like our plans to bring extra facilities, homes and jobs to the city. Our proposal includes providing apprenticeships for local young people who want to work in construction as well as amenities that will make both Campbell Park and Milton Keynes more attractive destinations to visit.”

It is expected that the planning application will be considered at the Council’s Development Control Committee meeting in Summer 2017.

Permission to proceed pursued for park plans

The planning applications for the exciting housing, retail and leisure development at Campbell Park Canalside have been submitted to Milton Keynes Council.

Developer Crest Nicholson hopes that planning permission will be granted and that construction can start soon on the 20 acre site, currently owned by Milton Keynes Development Partnership (MKDP). Crest Nicholson’s scheme includes more than 300 homes of various styles and sizes, car parking, a local convenience store, a café, a restaurant, nursery school, pub and a marina.

MKDP’s chief executive Charles Macdonald says: “This is one of the most important sites in Milton Keynes so we are very pleased that Crest Nicholson’s detailed proposals, which are a result of consultations conducted with a wide range of stakeholders across the city, have been passed to the Council for consideration.”

Peter Cusdin, development director at Crest Nicholson Regeneration says: “We are delighted to be taking this exemplar development forward and are optimistic that Milton Keynes Council will like our plans to bring extra facilities, homes and jobs to the city. Our proposal includes providing apprenticeships for local young people who want to work in construction as well as amenities that will make both Campbell Park and Milton Keynes more attractive destinations to visit.”

It is expected that the planning application will be considered at the Council’s Development Control Committee meeting in Summer 2017.

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