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We have now published our Strategy for 2050 and would love to hear your views

A strategy for the future of our great city will only succeed if it is created together with all our communities.  We have produced this draft Strategy for 2050 to encourage people to get involved in a discussion about our proposed approach - which has been developed from the work of the MK Futures 2050 Commission and their programme of public engagement.

Click on the button above to read the draft Strategy for 2050 and learn more about the future we want to see for Milton Keynes. 

 

If you find the version above (with two columns) difficult to read on a computer screen, we have added a single column version of the document here which you may find easier.

Please share your views with us on what you've read.  You can get in touch with us...

 

  • in writing, to MK Futures Team, Milton Keynes Council, Civic Offices, 1 Saxon Gate East, Central Milton Keynes, MK9 3EJ

  • or follow us on Facebook (search for MK Futures 2050) or Twitter (@Futures2050MK), or use the links on this page.

We have extended the engagement period further so you have more time to send us your thoughts. Your comments should be with us before Friday 22nd May 2020.

To support the Strategy, there are several evidence studies that are available to view and download here.

*** UPDATE 17/03/20 ***
Public Meetings on the draft Strategy for 2050 - CANCELLED

Over the last few weeks we have attended many public meetings to talk about the draft Strategy for 2050 and have appreciated the opportunity to talk to many of you about the future of Milton Keynes. 

However, following government guidance, we have taken the decision to cancel our upcoming public meetings

We are exploring other ways to talk to people about the Strategy for 2050 and will update this page when details are available. As above, we have also extended the engagement period to Friday 22nd May 2020.

 

In the meantime, you can view the slides we have been using in our presentations here.  And you can see a list of the Frequently Asked Questions from our public meetings here