Office Space in Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes is a town in Buckinghamshire, created in the 1960’s as a ‘New Town’.
Milton Keynes has consistently benefited from above-average economic growth. Outside of London it is ranked as one of the most attractive places for business along with Oxford, Cambridge and Manchester.
As a key element of the New Town vision, Milton Keynes has a purpose-built centre, with a very large "covered high street" shopping centre, theatre, art gallery, a multiplex cinema, hotels, business district, ecumenical church, Borough Council offices and central railway station.
Milton Keynes Museum traces the history of the area and its creation as a "new town," or planned development, in the 1960s. Its grounds feature six concrete cow sculptures that have become a symbol of the town. MK Gallery stages contemporary art exhibitions. Nearby, the Xscape entertainment centre includes an indoor ski slope, a skydiving simulator and a climbing wall. The open air National Bowl is a 65,000-capacity venue for large scale events. In Wavendon, the Stables provides a venue for jazz, blues, folk, rock, classical, pop and world music.
Milton Keynes has five railway stations so provides good access by rail to the rest of the UK. The largest, Milton Keynes Central, provides intercity services, with the mainline south heading into London Euston.
The M1 motorway runs along the east flank of MK and serves it from junctions 13, 14, and 15A. The A5 road runs right through MK. Other main roads are the A509, linking Milton Keynes with Wellingborough and Kettering, and the A421 and A422, both running west towards Buckingham and east towards Bedford.