Permission granted for 241 new homes across Milton Keynes - here's where they will be

    Milton Keynes Council has granted planning permission for 241 new homes to be spread across the city this week.

    Homes will be spread across three sites in Hanslope, Wolverton and Monkston Park.

    The largest site will see 141 new homes on a site south of Hales Folly Farm on Long Street Road in Hanslope.

    It will comprise of 8 1-bed flats (all 'affordable'), 19 2-bed homes (all 'affordable'), 42 3-bed homes (of which 13 are 'affordable'), 58 4-bed homes (of which 2 are 'affordable') and 14 5-bed homes (none of which are 'affordable').

    Outline planning permission had already been granted previously, with this application covering matters such as appearance, landscaping and road layout.

    Meanwhile, 74 new homes have been given outline planning permission at Wolverton Mill, on land to the east of High Park Drive.

    The site will comprise of 12 1-bed flats (of which 4 are 'affordable'), 39 2-bed flats (of which 12 are 'affordable'), 8 2-bed homes (of which 2 are 'affordable), 8 3-bed homes (of which 2 is 'affordable') and 7 4+-bed homes (of which 2 are 'affordable').

    Finally, 26 new homes will be built at land off Ladbroke Grove in Monkston Park, Milton Keynes.

    This would see 8 1-bed flats (of which 4 are 'affordable'), 8 2-bed flats (of which 4 are 'affordable'), 13 4-bed homes (none of which are 'affordable') and 5 5-bed homes (none of which are 'affordable').

    All three of the developments were approved by councillors at Milton Keynes Council's Development Control Committee meeting earlier this week.

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