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Press Release

 Letting Agent Milton Keynes

 

Lenwell are a leading letting agent in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Specialising in the letting of houses, flats and properties in the area we are are currently looking for any property or house to rent in Milton keynes for which you may require a tenant.

If you own properties for sale or rent in Milton Keynes and are looking for a professional and reliable letting agent then please get in touch. We have vetted tenants waiting and can secure the ideal tenant very quickly.

 

 

Local Rent Survey

Price is vital to ensure your property is let quickly and to the right people, if the price is set too high you will find your property takes longer to let than if you had taken a lower rent figure – the longer it sits empty the more you lose. Below is a simple table detailing current rental values for properties in the Milton Keynes area.

Property Type Number Surveyed Low | High | Average
1 Bed Flat 52     £550  | £1200 | £875
1 Bed House 18    £600  |  £850  | £725
2 Bed Flat 44       £700 |  £1300 | £1000
2 Bed House 47        £700 | £1300  | £1000
3 Bed House 90       £800 |  £1400 | £1100
4+ Bed House 61      £1000 |  £2100 | £1550



Things to Do
You'll never be short of something to do in Milton Keynes. Offering some of the most exciting activities and some of the best entertainment experiences in the UK, Milton Keynes is a truly exceptional destination to visit.
  • Shopping, Milton Keynes started the modern concept of the European shopping experience. In the city centre you'll find all-encompassing shopping malls with over 400 shops and throughout the surrounding areas you can discover boutique village shops and farmer's markets.
  • Sport & Activities, from indoor skiing on real snow to watersports, indoor sky-diving and a state-of-the-art football stadium, Milton Keynes is definately sport mad. Home to the national centre for badminton and close to the Silverstone racing circuit and Towcester racecourse... you can experience loads of sports and activities in Milton Keynes!
  • Leisure, are you crazy about theme parks? Do you want to walk with dinosaurs? Would you like to relax in 4,500 acres of parks and woodland? Milton Keynes is the "city in the country", a purpose-built environment where trees count for as much as concrete. Our green spaces are home to tree-top walks and exciting theme parks. Walk under our trees, through their canopies, or enjoy the rides in their midst.
  • Culture, history and more - Award-winning galleries and theatres, stately homes, medieval abbey ruins and traditional village pubs, Milton Keynes is a cultural and historical oasis. And with the fastest-growing "after 6pm" culture outside London, you'll find every type of food, drink and entertainment experience you could want.

Take a look at what Milton Keynes has to offer...

Eating Out
Milton Keynes offers some of the best gastronomic dining experiences outside London. With over 350 restaurants within the city centre and surrounding areas you can always find something to satisfy your appetite from an a la carte menu, a sumptuous buffet or a pre-theatre meal.listings by type of cuisine to find the perfect match for your night out with friends or a relaxing lunch with colleagues. You'll also find some reviews which give you an invaluable insight into the restaurants before you try them. Below are some of the best areas in Central Milton Keynes to find some great restaurants but the surrounding market towns and villages also offer something a little bit different.
  • The Theatre District offers a heady mix of dining experiences for that pre or post theatre meal.
  • The Xscape complex has many restaurants and fast food outlets to keep you going after indoor skiing, snowboarding, indoor sky-diving, rock-climbing or a trip to the cinema
  • thecentre:mk offers a range of restaurants with an emphasis on "modern dining", ideal for lunch or dinner after taking in a tour of the shops
  • At The Hub you'll find an unrivalled mix of restaurants and bars to enjoy a relaxing meal or meet friends or colleagues for a quick bite to eat or a drink after work
  • The surrounding market towns offer some of the most popular eating experiences outside the city centre including Indian, Italian, Chinese and traditional English restaurants
  • If you’re looking for good old “pub grub” – then look no further as over half of the 300+ pubs within Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas offer food

Whatever type of gastronomic experience you’re searching for - Milton Keynes is the ideal destination.

Sports & Activities

Whether you want to watch some live sporting action or take part in some thrilling activities, Milton Keynes is the place to visit. You’ll discover a wide range of sporting activities to keep everyone occupied, from the action-seeking adventurer to the armchair sports fan. many sports and activities you can discover in Milton Keynes:

  • Home to Milton Keynes Dons FC, you can watch League One football in the 30,000 all-seater capacity state-of-the-art stadium
  • Milton Keynes is home to the Red Bull Racing Formula One team with the headquarters in Tilbrook, Milton Keynes
  • Greg Rutherford, who won gold in the Long Jump at the 2012 Olympics, is also from Milton Keynes and still lives in the area - he jumped an amazing 8.31 metres!
  • Milton Keynes is also home to the National Badminton Centre
  • Indoor real-snow skiing and snowboarding at Snozone at the Xscape complex, as well as rock-climbing and indoor sky-diving
  • Like trampolining, then head to Bounce, a 14,000 sq. ft. indoor playground with a sea of wall-to-wall interconnected trampolines
  • Want to experience the thril of indoor karting? Then head to Formula Fast Karting offering a huge indoor track to practise your driving skills. And don't forget the legendary Silverstone circuit, just 15 minutes’ drive away.
  • You can try cable wakeboarding and waterskiing at Willen Lake
  • Also at Willen Lake you can try a range of watersports, adventure golf or you can cycle around the two lakes
  • At Experience the Country you can try 4x4 driving, Segways, archery, laser tag and much more
  • If swimming is your thing, then try out Middleton Pool in Newport Pagnell
  • There are 10 golf courses within the city centre and surrounding areas, including Woburn Golf Club, ranked one of the top 100 courses in the UK
  • Si5 Spy Missions is a unique interactive spy-themed experience for kids and adults
  • And if you still want more, Aerial Extreme and Go Ape let you climb through the treetops on gravity-defying rope adventure courses
  • There’s loads more to discover including skateboarding, horse-riding, sailing, BMX-ing and tobogganing. Whatever sport or activity you’re into –

Milton Keynes is the destination you can find it!

Education

Milton Keynes is buzzing with opportunities to learn new things, and great minds agree! The code-breakers of Bletchley Park brought innovation to our city in the Second World War. The team’s ingenuity cracked German secret codes. Now you can see Station X, where it all happened, and explore the heart of wartime operations and the birthplace of the modern computer.

Developing minds is something we’re passionate about. We’ve got some of the best schools and colleges around. Milton Keynes College has a vast range of courses and vocational training. No wonder it’s the fastest growing college in the UK. Contemporary learning continues at the Open University where degree level education is open to everyone. The university’s headquarters are here at Walton Hall in Milton Keynes. And there’s the innovative new University Centre Milton Keynes – UCMK – a hub for higher education with stunning new facilities and exciting courses in the heart of the city.

We’re a city of firsts when it comes to environmental brainwaves too. We had the world’s first solar-powered house and we’re now playing a vital role in the development of electric transport.

Milton Keynes Theatre Creative Learning department offers courses, classes and opportunities to young people and adults to explore the world of the theatre including acting, costumes, makeup and much more.

Milton Keynes is in a class of its own!

Transport

Milton Keynes is served by five railway stations. Milton Keynes Central is served by inter-city services. Wolverton, Milton Keynes Central and Bletchley stations are on the West Coast Main Line. Fenny Stratford and Bow Brickhill are on the Marston Vale Line. Woburn Sands railway station, also on the Marston Vale line, is just outside the urban area in the small town of Woburn Sands, but is still within the Borough.

The M1 motorway runs east of the town, and is served by junctions 13, 14 and 15A. The A5 road is west of the town. Other main roads are the A509 linking Milton Keynes with Wellingborough and Kettering, and the A421 running west to Buckingham and east to Bedford. Proximity to the M1 has led to a distribution center, Magna Park at the A421/A5130 junction.

Many long-distance coaches stop at the Milton Keynes coachway, (beside M1 Junction 14), some 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from the centre (or 4 mi (6.4 km) from Milton Keynes Central station).[83] There is also a park and ride car park on the site. Regional coaches stop at Milton Keynes Central.

The main bus operator is Arriva Milton Keynes, providing a number of routes which mainly pass through or serve Central Milton Keynes. Milton Keynes is also served by Arriva-branded services from Aylesbury and Luton as well and Stagecoach East which operate routes to Oxford, Cambridge, Stagecoach Midlands which operates routes to Peterborough and Leicester. Some local services are run by independent operators such as Z&S International and Centrebus.

The nearest international airport is London Luton Airport accessible by route VT99 from MK Central station, which runs with wheelchair accessible coaches. There is a direct rail connection to Birmingham International Airport. [Cranfield Airport] is 6 mi (10 km) from the centre.

The Milton Keynes redway system (locally known as Redways) is a 169.3 miles (272.5 km) network of cycleways/paths for cyclists and pedestrians in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England.

It is generally surfaced with red tarmac, and criss-crosses most of the city.

Milton Keynes is served by routes 6 and 51 on the National Cycle Network.

Cycle storage can be found along route 51 at Milton Keynes Central train station (covered cycle racks) and at the junction of Midsummer Boulevard and Witan Gate where there are storage and changing facilities available. There are also frequent Sheffield cycle racks near the station, and outside the shopping centre and theatre, on both sides of Midsummer Boulevard.

Milton Keynes Address

302 South Row, Central Milton Keynes
MK9 2FR

Property Services

T: 01908 359499
E: miltonkeynes@lenwell.com

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9.00am to 6.00pm
Saturday 9.00am to 2.00pm

Office Location

Milton Keynes Address

302 South Row, Central Milton Keynes
MK9 2FR

Property Services

T: 01908 359499
E: miltonkeynes@lenwell.com

Opening Hours

Monday to Friday 9.00am to 6.00pm
Saturday 9.00am to 2.00pm

Office Location

Lenwell Property Services & Management in Milton Keynes

Press Release

Local Rent Survey

 Letting Agent Milton Keynes

 

Lenwell are a leading letting agent in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire. Specialising in the letting of houses, flats and properties in the area we are are currently looking for any property or house to rent in Milton keynes for which you may require a tenant.

If you own properties for sale or rent in Milton Keynes and are looking for a professional and reliable letting agent then please get in touch. We have vetted tenants waiting and can secure the ideal tenant very quickly.

 

 

Local Rent Survey

Price is vital to ensure your property is let quickly and to the right people, if the price is set too high you will find your property takes longer to let than if you had taken a lower rent figure – the longer it sits empty the more you lose. Below is a simple table detailing current rental values for properties in the Milton Keynes area.

Property Type Number Surveyed Low | High | Average
1 Bed Flat 52     £550  | £1200 | £875
1 Bed House 18    £600  |  £850  | £725
2 Bed Flat 44       £700 |  £1300 | £1000
2 Bed House 47        £700 | £1300  | £1000
3 Bed House 90       £800 |  £1400 | £1100
4+ Bed House 61      £1000 |  £2100 | £1550



Things to Do
You'll never be short of something to do in Milton Keynes. Offering some of the most exciting activities and some of the best entertainment experiences in the UK, Milton Keynes is a truly exceptional destination to visit.
  • Shopping, Milton Keynes started the modern concept of the European shopping experience. In the city centre you'll find all-encompassing shopping malls with over 400 shops and throughout the surrounding areas you can discover boutique village shops and farmer's markets.
  • Sport & Activities, from indoor skiing on real snow to watersports, indoor sky-diving and a state-of-the-art football stadium, Milton Keynes is definately sport mad. Home to the national centre for badminton and close to the Silverstone racing circuit and Towcester racecourse... you can experience loads of sports and activities in Milton Keynes!
  • Leisure, are you crazy about theme parks? Do you want to walk with dinosaurs? Would you like to relax in 4,500 acres of parks and woodland? Milton Keynes is the "city in the country", a purpose-built environment where trees count for as much as concrete. Our green spaces are home to tree-top walks and exciting theme parks. Walk under our trees, through their canopies, or enjoy the rides in their midst.
  • Culture, history and more - Award-winning galleries and theatres, stately homes, medieval abbey ruins and traditional village pubs, Milton Keynes is a cultural and historical oasis. And with the fastest-growing "after 6pm" culture outside London, you'll find every type of food, drink and entertainment experience you could want.

Take a look at what Milton Keynes has to offer...

Eating Out
Milton Keynes offers some of the best gastronomic dining experiences outside London. With over 350 restaurants within the city centre and surrounding areas you can always find something to satisfy your appetite from an a la carte menu, a sumptuous buffet or a pre-theatre meal.listings by type of cuisine to find the perfect match for your night out with friends or a relaxing lunch with colleagues. You'll also find some reviews which give you an invaluable insight into the restaurants before you try them. Below are some of the best areas in Central Milton Keynes to find some great restaurants but the surrounding market towns and villages also offer something a little bit different.
  • The Theatre District offers a heady mix of dining experiences for that pre or post theatre meal.
  • The Xscape complex has many restaurants and fast food outlets to keep you going after indoor skiing, snowboarding, indoor sky-diving, rock-climbing or a trip to the cinema
  • thecentre:mk offers a range of restaurants with an emphasis on "modern dining", ideal for lunch or dinner after taking in a tour of the shops
  • At The Hub you'll find an unrivalled mix of restaurants and bars to enjoy a relaxing meal or meet friends or colleagues for a quick bite to eat or a drink after work
  • The surrounding market towns offer some of the most popular eating experiences outside the city centre including Indian, Italian, Chinese and traditional English restaurants
  • If you’re looking for good old “pub grub” – then look no further as over half of the 300+ pubs within Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas offer food

Whatever type of gastronomic experience you’re searching for - Milton Keynes is the ideal destination.

Sports & Activities

Whether you want to watch some live sporting action or take part in some thrilling activities, Milton Keynes is the place to visit. You’ll discover a wide range of sporting activities to keep everyone occupied, from the action-seeking adventurer to the armchair sports fan. many sports and activities you can discover in Milton Keynes:

  • Home to Milton Keynes Dons FC, you can watch League One football in the 30,000 all-seater capacity state-of-the-art stadium
  • Milton Keynes is home to the Red Bull Racing Formula One team with the headquarters in Tilbrook, Milton Keynes
  • Greg Rutherford, who won gold in the Long Jump at the 2012 Olympics, is also from Milton Keynes and still lives in the area - he jumped an amazing 8.31 metres!
  • Milton Keynes is also home to the National Badminton Centre
  • Indoor real-snow skiing and snowboarding at Snozone at the Xscape complex, as well as rock-climbing and indoor sky-diving
  • Like trampolining, then head to Bounce, a 14,000 sq. ft. indoor playground with a sea of wall-to-wall interconnected trampolines
  • Want to experience the thril of indoor karting? Then head to Formula Fast Karting offering a huge indoor track to practise your driving skills. And don't forget the legendary Silverstone circuit, just 15 minutes’ drive away.
  • You can try cable wakeboarding and waterskiing at Willen Lake
  • Also at Willen Lake you can try a range of watersports, adventure golf or you can cycle around the two lakes
  • At Experience the Country you can try 4x4 driving, Segways, archery, laser tag and much more
  • If swimming is your thing, then try out Middleton Pool in Newport Pagnell
  • There are 10 golf courses within the city centre and surrounding areas, including Woburn Golf Club, ranked one of the top 100 courses in the UK
  • Si5 Spy Missions is a unique interactive spy-themed experience for kids and adults
  • And if you still want more, Aerial Extreme and Go Ape let you climb through the treetops on gravity-defying rope adventure courses
  • There’s loads more to discover including skateboarding, horse-riding, sailing, BMX-ing and tobogganing. Whatever sport or activity you’re into –

Milton Keynes is the destination you can find it!

Education

Milton Keynes is buzzing with opportunities to learn new things, and great minds agree! The code-breakers of Bletchley Park brought innovation to our city in the Second World War. The team’s ingenuity cracked German secret codes. Now you can see Station X, where it all happened, and explore the heart of wartime operations and the birthplace of the modern computer.

Developing minds is something we’re passionate about. We’ve got some of the best schools and colleges around. Milton Keynes College has a vast range of courses and vocational training. No wonder it’s the fastest growing college in the UK. Contemporary learning continues at the Open University where degree level education is open to everyone. The university’s headquarters are here at Walton Hall in Milton Keynes. And there’s the innovative new University Centre Milton Keynes – UCMK – a hub for higher education with stunning new facilities and exciting courses in the heart of the city.

We’re a city of firsts when it comes to environmental brainwaves too. We had the world’s first solar-powered house and we’re now playing a vital role in the development of electric transport.

Milton Keynes Theatre Creative Learning department offers courses, classes and opportunities to young people and adults to explore the world of the theatre including acting, costumes, makeup and much more.

Milton Keynes is in a class of its own!

Transport

Milton Keynes is served by five railway stations. Milton Keynes Central is served by inter-city services. Wolverton, Milton Keynes Central and Bletchley stations are on the West Coast Main Line. Fenny Stratford and Bow Brickhill are on the Marston Vale Line. Woburn Sands railway station, also on the Marston Vale line, is just outside the urban area in the small town of Woburn Sands, but is still within the Borough.

The M1 motorway runs east of the town, and is served by junctions 13, 14 and 15A. The A5 road is west of the town. Other main roads are the A509 linking Milton Keynes with Wellingborough and Kettering, and the A421 running west to Buckingham and east to Bedford. Proximity to the M1 has led to a distribution center, Magna Park at the A421/A5130 junction.

Many long-distance coaches stop at the Milton Keynes coachway, (beside M1 Junction 14), some 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from the centre (or 4 mi (6.4 km) from Milton Keynes Central station).[83] There is also a park and ride car park on the site. Regional coaches stop at Milton Keynes Central.

The main bus operator is Arriva Milton Keynes, providing a number of routes which mainly pass through or serve Central Milton Keynes. Milton Keynes is also served by Arriva-branded services from Aylesbury and Luton as well and Stagecoach East which operate routes to Oxford, Cambridge, Stagecoach Midlands which operates routes to Peterborough and Leicester. Some local services are run by independent operators such as Z&S International and Centrebus.

The nearest international airport is London Luton Airport accessible by route VT99 from MK Central station, which runs with wheelchair accessible coaches. There is a direct rail connection to Birmingham International Airport. [Cranfield Airport] is 6 mi (10 km) from the centre.

The Milton Keynes redway system (locally known as Redways) is a 169.3 miles (272.5 km) network of cycleways/paths for cyclists and pedestrians in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England.

It is generally surfaced with red tarmac, and criss-crosses most of the city.

Milton Keynes is served by routes 6 and 51 on the National Cycle Network.

Cycle storage can be found along route 51 at Milton Keynes Central train station (covered cycle racks) and at the junction of Midsummer Boulevard and Witan Gate where there are storage and changing facilities available. There are also frequent Sheffield cycle racks near the station, and outside the shopping centre and theatre, on both sides of Midsummer Boulevard.

Things to Do
You'll never be short of something to do in Milton Keynes. Offering some of the most exciting activities and some of the best entertainment experiences in the UK, Milton Keynes is a truly exceptional destination to visit.
  • Shopping, Milton Keynes started the modern concept of the European shopping experience. In the city centre you'll find all-encompassing shopping malls with over 400 shops and throughout the surrounding areas you can discover boutique village shops and farmer's markets.
  • Sport & Activities, from indoor skiing on real snow to watersports, indoor sky-diving and a state-of-the-art football stadium, Milton Keynes is definately sport mad. Home to the national centre for badminton and close to the Silverstone racing circuit and Towcester racecourse... you can experience loads of sports and activities in Milton Keynes!
  • Leisure, are you crazy about theme parks? Do you want to walk with dinosaurs? Would you like to relax in 4,500 acres of parks and woodland? Milton Keynes is the "city in the country", a purpose-built environment where trees count for as much as concrete. Our green spaces are home to tree-top walks and exciting theme parks. Walk under our trees, through their canopies, or enjoy the rides in their midst.
  • Culture, history and more - Award-winning galleries and theatres, stately homes, medieval abbey ruins and traditional village pubs, Milton Keynes is a cultural and historical oasis. And with the fastest-growing "after 6pm" culture outside London, you'll find every type of food, drink and entertainment experience you could want.

Take a look at what Milton Keynes has to offer...

Eating Out
Milton Keynes offers some of the best gastronomic dining experiences outside London. With over 350 restaurants within the city centre and surrounding areas you can always find something to satisfy your appetite from an a la carte menu, a sumptuous buffet or a pre-theatre meal.listings by type of cuisine to find the perfect match for your night out with friends or a relaxing lunch with colleagues. You'll also find some reviews which give you an invaluable insight into the restaurants before you try them. Below are some of the best areas in Central Milton Keynes to find some great restaurants but the surrounding market towns and villages also offer something a little bit different.
  • The Theatre District offers a heady mix of dining experiences for that pre or post theatre meal.
  • The Xscape complex has many restaurants and fast food outlets to keep you going after indoor skiing, snowboarding, indoor sky-diving, rock-climbing or a trip to the cinema
  • thecentre:mk offers a range of restaurants with an emphasis on "modern dining", ideal for lunch or dinner after taking in a tour of the shops
  • At The Hub you'll find an unrivalled mix of restaurants and bars to enjoy a relaxing meal or meet friends or colleagues for a quick bite to eat or a drink after work
  • The surrounding market towns offer some of the most popular eating experiences outside the city centre including Indian, Italian, Chinese and traditional English restaurants
  • If you’re looking for good old “pub grub” – then look no further as over half of the 300+ pubs within Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas offer food

Whatever type of gastronomic experience you’re searching for - Milton Keynes is the ideal destination.

Sports & Activities

Whether you want to watch some live sporting action or take part in some thrilling activities, Milton Keynes is the place to visit. You’ll discover a wide range of sporting activities to keep everyone occupied, from the action-seeking adventurer to the armchair sports fan. many sports and activities you can discover in Milton Keynes:

  • Home to Milton Keynes Dons FC, you can watch League One football in the 30,000 all-seater capacity state-of-the-art stadium
  • Milton Keynes is home to the Red Bull Racing Formula One team with the headquarters in Tilbrook, Milton Keynes
  • Greg Rutherford, who won gold in the Long Jump at the 2012 Olympics, is also from Milton Keynes and still lives in the area - he jumped an amazing 8.31 metres!
  • Milton Keynes is also home to the National Badminton Centre
  • Indoor real-snow skiing and snowboarding at Snozone at the Xscape complex, as well as rock-climbing and indoor sky-diving
  • Like trampolining, then head to Bounce, a 14,000 sq. ft. indoor playground with a sea of wall-to-wall interconnected trampolines
  • Want to experience the thril of indoor karting? Then head to Formula Fast Karting offering a huge indoor track to practise your driving skills. And don't forget the legendary Silverstone circuit, just 15 minutes’ drive away.
  • You can try cable wakeboarding and waterskiing at Willen Lake
  • Also at Willen Lake you can try a range of watersports, adventure golf or you can cycle around the two lakes
  • At Experience the Country you can try 4x4 driving, Segways, archery, laser tag and much more
  • If swimming is your thing, then try out Middleton Pool in Newport Pagnell
  • There are 10 golf courses within the city centre and surrounding areas, including Woburn Golf Club, ranked one of the top 100 courses in the UK
  • Si5 Spy Missions is a unique interactive spy-themed experience for kids and adults
  • And if you still want more, Aerial Extreme and Go Ape let you climb through the treetops on gravity-defying rope adventure courses
  • There’s loads more to discover including skateboarding, horse-riding, sailing, BMX-ing and tobogganing. Whatever sport or activity you’re into –

Milton Keynes is the destination you can find it!

Education

Milton Keynes is buzzing with opportunities to learn new things, and great minds agree! The code-breakers of Bletchley Park brought innovation to our city in the Second World War. The team’s ingenuity cracked German secret codes. Now you can see Station X, where it all happened, and explore the heart of wartime operations and the birthplace of the modern computer.

Developing minds is something we’re passionate about. We’ve got some of the best schools and colleges around. Milton Keynes College has a vast range of courses and vocational training. No wonder it’s the fastest growing college in the UK. Contemporary learning continues at the Open University where degree level education is open to everyone. The university’s headquarters are here at Walton Hall in Milton Keynes. And there’s the innovative new University Centre Milton Keynes – UCMK – a hub for higher education with stunning new facilities and exciting courses in the heart of the city.

We’re a city of firsts when it comes to environmental brainwaves too. We had the world’s first solar-powered house and we’re now playing a vital role in the development of electric transport.

Milton Keynes Theatre Creative Learning department offers courses, classes and opportunities to young people and adults to explore the world of the theatre including acting, costumes, makeup and much more.

Milton Keynes is in a class of its own!

Transport

Milton Keynes is served by five railway stations. Milton Keynes Central is served by inter-city services. Wolverton, Milton Keynes Central and Bletchley stations are on the West Coast Main Line. Fenny Stratford and Bow Brickhill are on the Marston Vale Line. Woburn Sands railway station, also on the Marston Vale line, is just outside the urban area in the small town of Woburn Sands, but is still within the Borough.

The M1 motorway runs east of the town, and is served by junctions 13, 14 and 15A. The A5 road is west of the town. Other main roads are the A509 linking Milton Keynes with Wellingborough and Kettering, and the A421 running west to Buckingham and east to Bedford. Proximity to the M1 has led to a distribution center, Magna Park at the A421/A5130 junction.

Many long-distance coaches stop at the Milton Keynes coachway, (beside M1 Junction 14), some 3.3 mi (5.3 km) from the centre (or 4 mi (6.4 km) from Milton Keynes Central station).[83] There is also a park and ride car park on the site. Regional coaches stop at Milton Keynes Central.

The main bus operator is Arriva Milton Keynes, providing a number of routes which mainly pass through or serve Central Milton Keynes. Milton Keynes is also served by Arriva-branded services from Aylesbury and Luton as well and Stagecoach East which operate routes to Oxford, Cambridge, Stagecoach Midlands which operates routes to Peterborough and Leicester. Some local services are run by independent operators such as Z&S International and Centrebus.

The nearest international airport is London Luton Airport accessible by route VT99 from MK Central station, which runs with wheelchair accessible coaches. There is a direct rail connection to Birmingham International Airport. [Cranfield Airport] is 6 mi (10 km) from the centre.

The Milton Keynes redway system (locally known as Redways) is a 169.3 miles (272.5 km) network of cycleways/paths for cyclists and pedestrians in Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, England.

It is generally surfaced with red tarmac, and criss-crosses most of the city.

Milton Keynes is served by routes 6 and 51 on the National Cycle Network.

Cycle storage can be found along route 51 at Milton Keynes Central train station (covered cycle racks) and at the junction of Midsummer Boulevard and Witan Gate where there are storage and changing facilities available. There are also frequent Sheffield cycle racks near the station, and outside the shopping centre and theatre, on both sides of Midsummer Boulevard.

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