MK will make history on 7th May as it becomes the first place to vote on its future, writes Amanda Devlin in the MK Citizen (30 April 2015).
But in a major blow to the referendum, voters are admitting they do not know anything about the business neighbourhood plan – despite there being just one week to go until the big day.
Fears that the city could be left embarassed at a low turn out, Pete Winkelman, chairman of MK Dons, is encouraging voters to get involved.
CMK’s Business Neighbourhood Plan is a blueprint to guide the development of the centre over the next decade. Its ambition is to make CMK a confident, prestigious and more inclusive city centre – the proud flagship for everyone who lives and works in Milton Keynes.
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