Milton Keynes is located in Buckinghamshire, and is the centre point between London and Birmingham, Cambridge and Oxford. The economy of Milton Keynes is one of the largest in the South East and the city is one of the fastest growing urban areas in the UK. Milton Keynes is quickly becoming the driving force for economic development in the region, owing in part to the ideal location and the available office space in Milton Keynes.
More than 1 billion pounds worth private investment has been committed to the city in the last ten years and a further 130 million pounds has been invested in rail improvements. The Pinnacle is the largest office development in Milton Keynes for the last twenty five years. Plans are also in place for the expansion of the city’s main shopping centre along with cultural and leisure facilities and housing.
Milton Keynes provides excellent working conditions and it is estimated that an average of five business per month move to or expand in Milton Keynes. There are approximately 10,000 employment establishments in the city and over fifty percent of the workforce is skilled, managerial or professional. The Office for National Statistics officially recognized the Milton Keynes workforce as the UK’s most productive.
Milton Keynes is home to the Open University, Bletchley Park and Cranfield Universities, all offering outstanding facilities and contributing to the increase in technology and knowledge based industries.
Milton Keynes is well served by transportation links, adjacent to the M1 Motorway and benefiting from three railway stations. London Luton airport is thirty five minutes drive from Milton Keynes.