Chairman Theo demolishes the council’s arguments for bulldozing estates loved by residents; apparently it is nothing to do with making money. To see Theo’s piece in MK Business News please click here: p15 february 2016 , then click to open the PDF file.
Parking in Milton Keynes is an contentious issue, never more so than when the Council comes up with yet another daft scheme to squeeze more money out of motorists. In his January piece in MK Business News, Theo reports on our citizens’ successful rejection of the most recent parking bay proposals. To read his article, please click on this link: p15 january 2016, then click to open the PDF file.
In his December piece in MK BUsiness News, Theo reports that the intu planning approval has been call in by the Secretary of State. Development proposals for Midsummer Place will now have to go to public enquiry. To read the full article, please see p09 december 2015, then click on the PDF file to open it.
See p15 november 2015 and click on the PDF file to open and read our Chairman’s piece in MK Business News, begging the Council not to miss the opportunities offered by the redevelopment Bletchley Station as part of the implementation of the Oxford to Cambridge rail link.
In his October piece in MK Business News, Theo underlines the perverse decision by MKC to approve the redevelopment proposals for Midsummer Boulevard, as it overturns the principles set out in the CMK Business Neighbourhood Plan, almost before the digital ink is dry. See p19 october 2015, then click on the PDF link to read the article.
Chairman Theo Chalmers knocks the failings of the Milton Keynes Development Partnership to ensure that the last opportunity to make a major contribution to our built environment reflects the vision of our founding fathers. To read his column in MK Business News please click on p10 september 2015, then click to open the PDF file.
This month in MK Business News, Theo evaluates bullish plans by both major owners of our shopping centre, but his analysis suggests that the future of retail in our centre is being compromised by the Council’s car parking charges. To read his piece in details please click on p09 august 2015 and open the PDF file.
In his July piece in MK Business News our Chairman Theo balances his preservation choices for our city with the features he condemns. To read what he has to say this month, please click on p09 july 2015, then open the PDF file.
Theo Chalmers reports on the recent referendum on the Central Milton Keynes Business Neighbourhood Plan and considers the implications of successful voter support for this initiative. To see what he has to say in the june edition of MK Business News click on p08 june 2015, then open the linked PDF file.
Our Chairman Theo questions what lies behind moves to make land available in Milton Keynes for what appears to the the primary benefit of developers. You can read his piece in MK Business News by clicking on p09 may 2015, then clicking on the PDF file.