In his latest piece in MK Business News Chairman Theo shifts his sights back onto the Council and its OTT efforts to complicate crisis recycling. Or is there a hidden agenda? To find out click here p12 august 2020 for his article in MK Business News, then click to open the PDF file.
The developers are still in Chairman Theo’s sights, but Mrs May may yet save The Stables bacon. Please click here p13 july 2020 to read Theo’s piece in MK Businesss News.
Chairman Theo explores a parable of our times in the fate of The Stables. You can read his piece in MK Business News by clicking here p15 june 2020, then clicking to open the PDF file.
Tigger has nothing on our Chairman as he ponders on the impact of Covid-19 on Milton Keynes in his May article in MK Business News. To read his piece please click on p14 may 2020, then click to open the PDF file.
In his March piece in Business MK our Chairman Theo calls for more time to comment on plans to extend future plans for the city beyond the adopted but often ignored Plan:MK. To read his piece and call for clear referendum-style instructions for the Council, please click here p06 march 2020 then click to open the PDF.
In the February edition of Business MK Chairman Theo writes about the challenges facing the new independent chair of the Milton Keynes Development Partnership. To read his piece, please click on p15 february 2020 and then click to open the PDF.
In his first piece in 2020 in Business MK and awaiting the outcome of the recent general election Chairman Theo muses on the implications for the residents of Fillers Slade on the results of their vote for local regeneration by Milton Keynes Council. To read this please click on p06 january 2020 then click to open the PDF file.
Dispirited by the tide of planning disasters in the making, Chairman Theo seeks to entertain and illuminate in his latest article this month in MK Business News. To see what he has to say, please click here: p14 november 2019. then click to open PDF file.
Are unelected council technocrats driving us towards a city without cars? In his latest piece in MK Business News Chairman Theo points to evidence that, in a betrayal of MK’s fundamental principles, this may indeed be the case. To read what Theo has to say please click on this link: p13 september 2019, and then click to open the PDF file.
In his August article in MK Business News Chairman Theo laments the lost opportunity to burnish MK’s architecture credentials. You can read his piece here: p04 august 2019 (click, then click PDF to open) The aspirations of the competitors to come up with the most exciting designs seem weighed down by mediocrity, as well they might as we come to realise that a significant proportion of new universities are in any case ripe for the axe: they do not serve the interests of their students nor our economy. If you use Dropbox, then you can use this link and if you stick with this Anglia TV clip, you will see what Theo had to say: https://www.dropbox.com/s/tk1fz24k8139rsp/MK%20UNIVERSITY%20CLIP_10mbps.mp4?dl=0.