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Thursday Scratch Nights

Plan:MK Update

27.4.2017

Plan:MK Update

Thursday 27 April / 7pm / Free

 

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The recently published Draft Plan:MK Consultation document prepared by Milton Keynes Council contains ideas on how Milton Keynes might grow in the future and where to build the 26,500 additional homes that are required by 2031. The document is now out for consultation. This talk will address the implication of the Draft Plan:MK proposal and will include a presentation by Anna Rose, Service Director. Growth, Economy and Culture at Milton Keynes Council. A response will be made by David Lock, CBE, MRTPI, Strategic Planning Adviser, David Lock Associates, Vice - President of the TCPA. Clive Faine. Managing Director of Abbeygate Developments, and Chair of the PDIIDG Subgroup, SEMLEP will chair the meeting.                                 

 

This talk is part of a series of talks by the Fred Roche Foundation focusing on local and regional issues that will be shaping the future character of our city and the surrounding countryside. 

 

 

 

 

 

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Happening every Thursday evening at the Gallery, Scratch Nights are a series of events by emerging local and national practitioners working in music/sound, film, expanded cinema, performance and spoken word.

 

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The Fred Roche Foundation celebrates the life of Fred Roche (1931-1992), who led the team in the 1970s who built the new city of Milton Keynes.  The Foundation endeavors to keep his spirit of creative exploration, innovation and vision alive in Milton Keynes.  

 

He believed in the power – or rather the duty – of architecture to improve society.  If Milton Keynes is one person’s creation, it was Fred Roche’s”.  (Stephen Bayley, The Guardian)