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Milton Keynes Council's Development Control Panel has, with some reluctance, granted permission for the final phases of the Parklands development on the Nampak site. This decision was more or less forced upon them by the failure of MKC to provide a 5 year housing land supply. The bad news is that half the 81 dwellings will be flats resulting in a higher density of dwellings on the site than had been agreed when Taylor Wimpey bought the site and a further increase in traffic locally. The good news is that we will get a multi use sports hall built next to the Summerlin Centre, big enough to provide two badminton courts, a small 5- a-side football pitch, junior tennis courts, table tennis and lots more. A small number of employment units (B1 use only) will occupy the ground floor of some of the flats. 



We are are collating as much information as possible regarding any properties that were affected by the floods.

Please would you send us details, also if you reported it to Milton Keynes Council.  If you have any photographic evidence we would really like to see it.

We are aiming to meet with representatives from Milton Keynes Council and Central Beds Council to request regular maintenance of cleaning the highway drains.  





On occasions recently, the Planning Officer considering this application, Sarah Hine, has had her email box blocked by the sheer numbers of messages she has received.  Your messages will eventually get to her. 

Please follow links below to see more 

Key Planning Arguments against this development

Key negative impact of this development

Final response 

  Final Response Appendix 1 

Final Response Appendix 2