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About Milton Keynes
Milton Keynes was founded in 1967 after the British government decided to construct a new city to relieve housing congestion in London. Encompassing the existing towns of Bletchley, Stony Stratford and Wolverton, Milton Keynes was built in a designated area of 21,850 acres with a target population of 250,000.
With the objective of becoming a major regional centre in its own right, Milton Keynes was deliberately located equidistant from London, Birmingham, Leicester, Oxford and Cambridge.
The Milton Keynes Development Corporation (MKDC) favoured modernist designs, with early phases of development including input from famous architects like Sir Richard MacCormac, Lord Norman Foster, Henning Larsen, Ralph Erskine and John Winter. MKDC remained committed to "Miesian" minimalism but also developed a strand of contextualism before the wide adoption of Post-Modern architectural style in the 1980s.
Milton Keynes uses a grid road system and features extensive planting, lakes and parkland. Although it has become infamous for numerous roundabouts, this type of junction has proven to be highly efficient with large volumes of traffic, as opposed to traffic lights.
Even though it is referred to as a city by local residents and the media, Milton Keynes has failed to secure formal city status in recent years. Nevertheless, the region hosts several last scale events at its 65,000 capacity open air National Bowl venue and the 1,400 seat Milton Keynes Theatre.
A number of multinational corporations have their UK headquarters in Milton Keynes, including Argos, Domino's Pizza, Marshall Amplification, Mercedes-Benz, Suzuki, Volkswagen AG and Yamaha Kemble. The area has even been described as one of the key contributors towards economic recovery and prosperity.