Stanton Low Country Park
For those of you interested in the development of the park around HESC you may like to attend the following:
Stanton Low Park LandscapingSaturday 15 February 2014
from 9am until 12 noon at Oakridge Park Medical Centre
All local residents and representatives are welcome to drop in to view and discuss the proposed phase 2 plans for Stanton Low Park. The plans include a neighbourhood play space for children of all ages, additional footpaths to enable inclusive access to the canal and countryside, a horse trail connecting to existing bridleways, areas of open space for informal public use, meadow, pasture and a paddock, community orchard, habitat creation and the conservation of existing habitats to increase diversity.
Community Engagement Drop-in Morning
The archaeology, heritage assets and wildlife of Stanton Low are at the very heart of the phase 2 proposals which address visitor parking and confirm the intended long term management of the park by The Parks Trust.
The conceptual masterplan for phase 2 of the park is available for download at
As the design evolves over the coming months, the latest proposals will be uploaded here for your information. All comments are valued and we encourage all residents and representatives to communicate their thoughts. This is important to enable the design team to effectively gauge the communities overall support for the scheme.
Comments should be emailed to email@example.com by 10 March
Architecture, UDLA, Civic Offices, Saxon Gate East, Milton Keynes, MK9 3EJ. If you would like a copy of the masterplan posted to you, please call 01908 252109.
We look forward to seeing you on 15 February 2014, where tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided by Oakridge Park Residents Association.