Residents Associations

Details about Residents Associations throughout Milton Keynes

A residents association is formed by a group of residents living on an estate or in a street(s), who come together to form an association to make their area a better place to live in.

It gives residents more say in how their estate is run and allows them to work with Milton Keynes Council to find solutions to problems affecting their area. A residents association can also be a way to organise events and activities for all residents in the area to enjoy.

Below is a list of details of current residents associations in Milton Keynes that are in contact with Milton Keynes Council’s resident engagement team:

Beanhill
Keith Aitchison
poohzie15@gmail.com

Bradville
Ann Ronaldson
ann@actnowaccounts.co.uk

Coffee Hall
Nick Scott
Nick.Scott@woughtoncommunitycouncil.gov.uk

Fenny Stratford
Chair Rosemary Smith
07912497224
chairfennystratfordra@gmail.com

Fishermead
Wayne Clements
07747716453 / Office: 01908 660401
fishermeadresidents@gmail.com

Fullers Slade 
Bianca Bendig-Ceesay
01908 990897
Fullers.Slade.RA@gmail.com

Galley Hill
David Taverner/Doug Titchmarsh 
01908 973073
chair@ghra.uk

Lakes
Jeanette Marling
07966157265
jeanettemarling@talktalk.net

Leon 
Ron Haine 
leonresidentsassociation@gmail.com

Loughton 
Rob Wills 
chair.lra.mk@gmail.com

Moor park 
Robert Forsythe
07823331168
robertforsythe001@gmail.com  

Netherfield 
Eamonn Bobey
01908-676320
janettebobey19@aol.com

Peartree Bridge
Linda Corlett
peartree.chair@icloud.com

The Mill 
Liz Rawlinson
themillresidentsassoc@gmail.com

Tinkers Bridge 
John Orr
07565 922368
info@tinkersbridge.org.uk

Water Eaton
Reg Edwards, Secretary
reg.edwards37@gmail.com

If your area is not listed above, there may still be a residents association’s in your locality, please contact your resident engagement officers Jenna on 01908 253061 or Mhay on 01908 253101 who will be able to let you know more.

You may also be able to find out more about what is happening in your area by checking local notice boards/visiting local centres.

Last Updated: 12 June 2019