In May Chairman Theo reverts to the city’s founding principle as best guide to our future at the heart of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc. To read his article in MK Business News, please click on p18 may 2018, then click to open the PDF file.
In his April article in MK Business News, Chairman Theo worries, that the Council’s inability to meet its own 5-year housing plan, will lead to worse indignities for Milton Keynes, imposed on us under the National Planning Policy Framework. To access this article, please click on p06 april 2018, then click to open the PDF file.
Chairman Theo lambastes the Council for flying in the face of public opinion by planning for at grade pedestrian access to the Western Expansion Area, having failed at every turn to implement the safer solution of underpasses. To read his article in MK Business News please click on p08 march 2018, then click to open the PDF file.
In his February article in MK Business news Chairman Theo has some harsh things to say about the Council’s preposterous plans to demolish then densify MK estates. Please click on p9 feb 2018, then open the PDF file.
In his first BK Business News article of 2018, Chairman Theo predicts gridlock if National Infrastructure Commission plans come to fruition. To read his piece please click on p11 jan 2018, then open the PDF file.
In his article in MK Business News for December Chairman Theo tells us how local decision-making is being ridden over roughshod. To read more please click on p08 december 2017 and open the PDF file.
Chairman Theo charts the disaster that is MK public transport. To read his November piece in MK Business News, please click on p15 november 2017 then open the PDF file.
In his September article in MK Business News, Theo applauds the Councils Lesser Listings initiative, which could prove a useful means to protecting against overdevelopment, if we make our views know; to read his piece please click on p13 september 2017 and then click to open the PDF file.
In his piece in MK Business News in August, our Chairman challenges the supposed benefits of the Cambridge-Milton Keynes – Oxford Corridor; he worries we will become a commuter dumping ground. If you would like to read what Theo has to say please click on p07 august 2017, then click on the PDF file to open the article.
In his July article in MK BUsiness news, Chairman Theo makes the case that the city’s founding principles have been sacrificed to short-term decisions to the extent that further expansion is neither practical nor desirable. You can read his piece: Enough is enough, by clicking on p11 july 2017, then clicking to open the PDF.