Milton Keynes is a large town in Buckinghamshire, in the south east of England.
Lying just 49 miles north-west of London, Milton Keynes forms the administrative centre of the Borough of Milton Keynes. Although still officially recognised as a ‘town’, Milton Keynes was formally designated as a new town on 23 January 1967, with the design brief to become a 'city' in scale.
The town is growing with a relentless pace, and with fantastic motorway and transport links, a burgeoning local economy and close proximity to London have meant that in recent years, serviced offices in Milton Keynes have become incredibly sought after.
Tenants with access to serviced offices in Milton Keynes have good access to motorway links, overground train services, buses and only a 25 minute drive to London Luton Airport. Buses and trains are in plentiful supply, ensuring that you are well connected when it comes to travelling to your serviced offices in Milton Keynes.
Airport Code: LTN
Distance from Milton Keynes: 26.1 miles (42km)
Travelling to and from your serviced offices in Milton Keynes is easy by train thanks to its numerous different services and train operators. The Borough of Milton Keynes actually has five railway stations within its walls, of which Milton Keynes Central is the one served by inter-city services. Other stations in the area include: Wolverton, Milton Keynes Central and Bletchley stations, all of which are on the West Coast Main Line. Fenny Stratford and Bow Brickhill, and Woburn Sands railway are on the Marston Vale Line.
Businesses with serviced offices in Milton Keynes are served by a number of bus services, a majority of which operate from the Milton Keynes coachway, which lies just over three miles from the town centre, and Milton Keynes Central Station. Park and Ride Schemes are also in place for travel between the two bus stations.
National Express and Stagecoach coaches also take passengers to popular UK destinations, and locations closer to Milton Keynes such as Cambridge, Oxford and Peterborough.
One of Britain’s biggest motorways, the M1, runs to the east of Milton Keynes, and is served by junctions 13, 14, and 15A. Another one of Britain’s big roads, the A5, runs through the west of the town. Other nearby main roads such as the A509 - which connects Milton Keynes with Wellingborough and Kettering - and the A421, which goes west to Buckingham and east to Bedford, are also within easy reach.