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  • Article: Jul 23, 2021

    The questions below have already been submitted for next Tuesday's public meeting on Willen about MK East:

    Willen Pavilion 7 pm Tuesday 27 July, preceded by an Exhibition opening at 4 pm

    It will also be possible to ask questions on the night.

    Traffic management

    Why do we need a new bridge? Cannot the existing bridge at the Tongwell roundabout be widened?

  • Willen calming Option 1
    Article: Jul 23, 2021

    Berkeley St James would like to find out residents' views at next Tuesday's public meeting on their three proposls for traffic calming measures within Willen, as follows:

    Option 1

    Assumes a roundabout is provided at the junction of Tongwell Street with Carleton Gate.

    Introduces weight restriction and traffic calming through the eastern part of the estate.

  • Willen calming Option 2
    Article: Jul 23, 2021

    Berkeley St James would like to find out residents' views at next Tuesday's public meeting on their three proposls for traffic calming measures within Willen, as follows:

    Option 2

    Assumes a roundabout is provided at the junction of Tongwell Street with Carleton Gate.

    Introduces weight restriction & traffic calming measures through the eastern part of the estate.

  • Willen calming Option 3
    Article: Jul 23, 2021

    Berkeley St James would like to find out residents' views at next Tuesday's public meeting on their three proposls for traffic calming measures within Willen, as follows:

    Option 3

    Assumes a left turn in only is provided at the junction of Tongwell Street with Carleton Gate.

  • Article: Jul 23, 2021
    Like many other organisations the Council & SERCO are experiencing reduced staffing due to illness and isolation, as much as 28% in the waste team in recent days.
    All food & garden waste collections in MK are therefore being suspended from Monday 26 July until further notice to prioritise collection of black and clear sacks. But we hope to restart these as quickly as possible.