Milton Keynes Open Space Assessment
Tyringham Filgrave (PDF, 783KB)Stony Stratford (PDF, 2.3MB)Milton Keynes Council is preparing an Open Space Assessment that will become a part of the evidence base for Plan:MK. The intention of the study is to understand the quantity, quality and accessibility of open space provision within the Borough. In turn, to ensure that public open space is provided for as part of new development and protected appropriately.
A finally consultation took place between April and May. This consisted of three drop-in sessions which were held at the Council's Civic Offices. The intention was to further ensure the accuracy of the maps.
The final revised open space maps are provided below:
A second consultation took place in winter 2017 and it closed on Wednesday 20 December 2017. The council has reviewed each response and revised the open space maps accordingly.
The Open Space Maps for each settlement/grid square can be found below:
A report to accomapny this assessment can be found here. (PDF, 675KB)
Following the consultation with stakeholders in Autumn 2016, a revised list of open space categories was produced. We are now seeking comments on whether the categories and maps are logical and accurate.
The Open Space categories can be found here:
The Draft 2017 Open Space maps can be found here:
You can submit comments by sending it to Milton Keynes Council by 5pm on 20th December 2017 via email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by post to:
Growth, Economy and Culture,
Milton Keynes Council
1 Saxon Gate East,
Central Milton Keynes,
Consultation October 2016
A consultation survey questionnaire was used to help us gather more information about open space in the Borough and capture views of the local communities on the quality and value of the open space. It also includes the maps showing open spaces that are being proposed for assessment.
The note is available at Open Space Assessment Note (PDF, 2.1MB)
The open space assessment Maps are available at the following links:
Last Updated: 23 January 2019