Plans have been drawn up to regenerate Milton Keynes Market at Secklow Gate Bridge.
London based Greig & Stephenson Architects (GSA) are working with landowners Milton Keynes Development Partnership on the space.
After a long battle to save the market from demolition in 2013, the Town Council lobbied MK Council to recognise this important community hub as an Asset of Community Value. “We welcome plans to invest in the market and provide better facilities for all those independent traders who have kept the market going through thick and thin,” says Councillor Linda Inoki.
GSA is working to ensure that it caters for the full cross section of the community.
The new plans also include a new Creative Quarter with semi-permanent units for local artisans and makers.
The market could also extend West of Secklow Gate Bridge, opening up the possibility of temporary events and occasional stalls.
Look out for the open consultation inviting residents to comment on the plans for this space.
What type of stalls would you like to see more of in Milton Keynes?