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  • Day of Hope Damilola Taylor Trust
    Article: Dec 7, 2021

    Leading Cabinet Members are remembering Damilola Taylor, on what would have been his 31st birthday, and are encouraging everyone to support the young people in their lives.

    The Day of Hope was started by the Hope Collective, an organisation launched by the Damilola Taylor Trust. It marks the birthday of Damilola Taylor, a young boy who wanted to change the world. He died of a stab wound in November 2000, aged just 10 years old.

  • Article: Dec 3, 2021

    A leading cabinet member will next week (7th December) take a decision to approve a city centre prospectus outlining various options for the development of the empty theatre car park site in Central Milton Keynes.

    The city centre prospectus (known as a Draft Development Brief) has been prepared with the goal of providing possible bidders for the site with planning and design guidance. The aim is to maximise the number of high-quality development proposals which come forward.

  • Article: Dec 1, 2021

    The Leader of Milton Keynes Council will next week take a decision to approve a six-week consultation on a formal planning document that will shape the future of Bletchley's regeneration.

    The Supplementary Planning Document (SPD) will highlight important urban design principles and guidance, informing future developers about how to further improve the town.

  • Progressive Alliance MK White Ribbon
    Article: Nov 26, 2021

    Powerful speeches were heard at a meeting of Milton Keynes Council on Wednesday night, as councillors united to pass a motion in support of the White Ribbon Campaign, which works to end male violence against women.

    The motion passed unanimously, which means the Council will work to raise awareness on violence, harassment and abuse towards women and girls, while also working to make Milton Keynes a White Ribbon City.

  • Environment Solar Panels
    Article: Nov 25, 2021

    The Labour/Lib Dem Progressive Alliance brought a successful motion to the Full Council last night, urging Milton Keynes South MP Iain Stewart to back the Local Electricity Bill.

    If made law, the bill would allow local communities, businesses and organisations who generate their own renewable electricity to sell it to local people.

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