If you are looking to relocate, either for work or lifestyle, Milton Keynes has a lot to offer and is well worth considering.
As well as being a beautiful town with a rich history, it is also very well connected with great transport links and has a lot to offer for young professionals, families and those looking to retire, making it a great choice for every stage of life.
Although Milton Keynes is a town, it is also surrounded by beautiful countryside, so if you want to live in the country but have a modern town on your doorstep that is easy to get to, Milton Keynes offers just that.
Milton Keynes has everything you would want in terms of entertainment. The town has a whole host of cafes, restaurants and bars offering a great variety, plus the town is also a popular destination for nightlife with clubs, live music venues and even a theatre district. The town is also home to an indoor skiing centre and cinemas and regularly has food markets offering something for everyone.
When it comes to shopping, Milton Keynes has all the High Street stores you would expect, many of which are housed in the town centre. It also has a great selection of vintage stores in and around the town, which are perfect for finding unique and retro clothing and goods.
The cost of living in Milton Keynes is much more affordable than living in London, and the train takes just 30 minutes, making it a great option for anyone who works in the capital. If you’re considering buying a property, go to Sam Conveyancing for a home buyers survey Milton Keynes.
Many high-profile companies are also based in the town, including Red Bull Racing and Mercedes Benz, and there is a higher than average number of start-up businesses in the area, making it a great place to work as well as live.
Milton Keynes was built in the late 1960s and early 70s and so is considered a young town. However, it does still have a rich history. For example, during World War II enemy code-cracking took place in Bletchley Park, and the Aston Martin car comes from nearby Newport Pagnell.
Although it’s still officially a town, the people of Milton Keynes are on a mission to get city status and hope this will be granted by the queen in 2022.
Finally, one of the town’s gems is the beautiful Campbell Park. As well as offering beautiful walks and scenery, it also hosts various events throughout the year, including food fairs, funfairs and open-air cinema events.