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Appeal: Javid approves Milton Keynes shopping centre redevelopment

Intu Milton Keynes

The secretary of state has granted planning permission to a redevelopment within the Intu Milton Keynes shopping centre.

Sajid Javid agreed with inspector Siȃn Worden’s recommendation to approve the partial demolition and redevelopment of the Midsummer Boulevard and Oak Court to provide a range of retail, financial, professional, restaurant and leisure uses.

While he noted there would be a moderate reduction in the quantity of semi-public open space in Midsummer Place, the proposal would draw more p.....Sign Up or Login to read full article

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