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Council launches consultation on design framework proposals for Central Bletchley

MK Council is asking local people to share their views on how to make the most of the once-in-a-generation opportunities expected from East-West Rail in Central Bletchley.

The Council has produced a draft Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) to set out its design expectations for the area. The SPD provides guidance on key development opportunities in Central Bletchley, so that everyone can have more certainty on what future development will be.


The SPD also considers the impact of Bletchley and Fenny Stratford Town Deal projects, which include improvements to the town centre and the delivery of transport and innovation hubs.


A formal public consultation on the draft SPD will run from 20 December to 31 January, giving the local community and other stakeholders a chance to share their thoughts on what’s proposed.


Leader of MK Council, Cllr Pete Marland said: “We want to make the most of these opportunities, which will benefit Bletchley residents and businesses. Growth plans are only successful when the local community is involved from the outset. Everyone’s been brilliant at giving feedback on the proposals so far and we hope to get plenty more comments from local people on this SPD.”


The draft SPD is available to read in full online - click here.

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