A new coach station incorporating café, ticket office etc, for local and national coach operators, together with a c.500-space park-and-ride facility to be operated by Milton Keynes Council.
Estimated to be complete by spring 2010.
Last updated: 21 September 2009
Milton Keynes Tariff contributes to low carbon living
The Milton Keynes Carbon Offset Fund, which enables older homes to improve their energy efficiency through subsidised loft and cavity wall insulation, has received its first contribution from the Milton Keynes Tariff.
Walton High reaches final of national competition to design a community of the future
A team of Year 9 and 10 students from Walton High in Milton Keynes has reached the national final of the ‘Developing Sustainable Communities’ competition and will be going to the Royal Institute of British Architects in London on 10 February to make a presentation to a panel of four judges.
Network Rail given the green light for National Centre at Milton Keynes
Plans to develop one of the most sustainable office buildings in the country were given the go-ahead.
National praise for Milton Keynes
Just weeks after being named a Candidate Host City in England’s bid to host the FIFA World Cup™ in 2018, Milton Keynes is in the national spotlight again being praised for coping with the credit crunch in a new report from independent thinktank Centre for Cities.
Welcome announcement of new London to Oxford rail route
The East West Rail Consortium welcomes the official launch of Chiltern Railway’s Evergreen 3 project by The Secretary of State for Transport, Lord Adonis on Friday 15 January. The project will improve commuter journeys and help boost the economy.
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