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The UK’s leading regeneration specialist St. Modwen has submitted an outline planning application for the £100m mixed-use regeneration of the railway works site at Wolverton, Milton Keynes.

The proposals for the 40 acre site include around 300,000 sq ft of new B2/ buildings, and a new discount foodstore.

The remainder of the brownfield site , will be developed to provide up to 375 new homes, a heritage centre and extensive landscaping.

The plans are due to be determined by Milton Keynes Council before the end of the year. On approval the first phase for development would be the new foodstore, which is planned for the eastern part of the site at a key junction with the town centre.  

Gary Morris, Senior Development Manager for St. Modwen’s Northern Home Counties region said that the proposals would support regeneration plans for Wolverton as a whole:

“Our plans for Wolverton Works will regenerate this brownfield site to provide new, modern employment buildings as well as meeting demand for new homes in Milton Keynes.

“Our proposals will support wider plans for regeneration in Wolverton, creating links to the town centre and providing amenities for the whole community.” 

GL Hearn is acting for St. Modwen on planning.