A public consultation on plans for the future of Saxon Court has begun. This will be the first stage of a comprehensive programme, specifically aimed at listening to local residents, businesses and stakeholders.
There will be a series of on-line events (as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic) which will be easily accessible and provide multiple opportunities for people to give their views. A local newsletter will also be circulated to neighbouring residents, with opportunities to mail feedback by freepost, if they are not online.
The proposals for MK Gateway are being devised by mixed use developers, First Base and investors Patron Capital, who have a strong track record of city centre schemes across the country.
Whilst the plans are at an early stage, emerging proposals include:
Local residents, businesses and stakeholders are invited to get involved via:
Marc Corbett, Project Director, First Base, said:
“Our vision for MK Gateway is to deliver a highly sustainable community to support Milton Keynes’ post-Covid economic recovery and embracing the city’s innovative spirit. Saxon Court will be retained, refurbished and extended; supporting new jobs, and social spaces for Central Milton Keynes. We welcome the views and ideas of the local community throughout the development process.”