Phase One Canalside

Phase One Consultation

Join us at a public consultation on 9th May 2024 at MK Gallery.

This consultation will allow local people to view updated proposals for the first phase at Campbell Park, with designs that reflect thoughtful revisions made in response to feedback from the local community in 2023.

If you cannot attend the public consultation event, you can still see all the information that will be put on display by clicking here

Phase 1 of the Campbell Park Northside development includes proposals for c400 homes spread across six to twelve-storey buildings, as well as a canalside bistro, a new pedestrian and cycle link through the site to connect with the existing Redway network, a car club, cycling facilities, and improved connections from north Milton Keynes to the centre of the city.

c.400 apartments designed by Glenn Howells Architects

A new cycle link through the site connecting existing Redways

Over 1,700 sqm of landscaped open space designed by Grant Associates

Green and blue roofs / SuDS features

A local play area for the community to enjoy

The creation of over 400 jobs per year during the three year build period and a total GVA of c.£87m

Additional council tax revenue worth over £8m over 10 years

Consultation on Phase One:
Campbell Park Canalside

In May 2024, we are consulting on Phase One, for the site between Overgate and the Grand Union Canal.

The development would include:

Approximately 400 homes spread across five buildings

Buildings from 6 to 12 storeys stall, with the lower buildings positioned at the most sensitive locations to minimise the project's impact on the local aesthetic, and ensuring a harmonious integration with the surrounding landscape

Brick building materials to create architecture that is sympathetic to the park, the canal, and nearby residential areas

A new café or bistro on the side of the canal for everyone to enjoy

New public green space and tree planting to dovetail seamlessly with the parkland setting

Wildlife habitats, including meadows, wetlands, and green roofs on the new buildings

A restored historic pedestrian and cycle route through the site, connecting the Redway network

Car parking and cycle parking on site for new residents

Supported by a team of design and masterplanning experts.