Built in the 1960s, Milton Keynes is one of the “New Towns” addressing the shortage of housing for the post-war baby boomers. The town’s layout was initially planned and designed, unlike other UK cities and towns. These towns just grew organically from old settlements and market towns over the centuries. Given below are 4 good things about living in Milton Keynes.
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Good transport network
The infrastructure in Milton Keynes is well thought out with road links and excellent rail. This town has more than 200 miles of cycling routes and paths shared by pedestrians and cyclists. Milton Keynes is significantly a flat area making it so easy to cycle around the town and back without any significant hills that might drain your energy. Additionally, commuting by car is feasible with well designed and integrated parking areas in the town’s design. Continue reading