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Milton Keynes Borough Council
Milton Keynes Council has announced proposals for the development of a £20m sports village at Radcliffe School by 2011, including a 50-metre swimming pool, running track, tennis and all-weather playing pitch.
Milton Keynes Council is to consider plans from British Waterways Trust to establish a £30m water park near Broughton Gate by 2012.
Milton Keynes Council is considering a number of options for the future of the Milton Keynes Bowl open-air venue, including a possible £100m redevelopment as a sporting centre for the 2012 Olympics.
Milton Keynes Council and English Partnerships have announced proposals to almost double the size of Milton Keynes over the next 50 years, including 70,000 new homes over the next 20 years.
Milton Keynes Borough Council has approved plans for the development of a 30,000-cacpacity stadium for Wimbledon Football Club, including hotel and conference centre.
Milton Keynes Borough Council is to consider plans from Gaming International to build a greyhound stadium, car auction and open air market at Elfield Park.
Milton Keynes Borough Council is to consider plans for the £400m revamp of the central shopping area, including 100 new retail units.
Milton Keynes Borough Council is considering plans for the development of a £160m recycling centre called the Green MK Centre, which could create up to 1,200 jobs by 2006.
Milton Keynes Borough Council is considering plans for the development of a 25,000-seater stadium at Denbigh North, and aims to attract a top-class professional football club to the city.