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Social Atlas 2010

Social Atlas 2010

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www.mkiobservatory.org.uk www.milton-keynes.gov.uk/regeneration
Strategy & Regeneration
Social Atlas 2010
 
Social Atlas for Milton Keynes 2009/101
CONTENTS
Foreword 2 Heelands 81Executive Summary 3 Hodge Lea 82Introduction 4 Kents Hill 83Floor Targets 5 Kingsmead 84Milton Keynes summary of trends 6 Lathbury 85Borough Profile 8-22 Lavendon 86Estates & Settlements 23 Leadenhall 87Data definitions and methods 24-26 Little Brickhill 88Estate level indicators 27 Loughton 89Summary of indicators for estates 28-29 Loughton Lodge 90Estate summary of trends 30-31 Medbourne 91Ashland 32 Middleton/Milton Keynes Village 92Astwood 33 Monkston 93Bancroft 34 Monkston Park 94Bancroft Park 35 Moulsoe 95Beanhill 36 Neath Hill 96Blakelands 37 Netherfield 97Blue Bridge 38 New Bradwell 98Bolbeck Park 39 Newport Pagnell 99Bow Brickhill 40 Newton Blossomville 100Bradville 41 North Crawley 101Bradwell 42 Oakhill 102Bradwell Common 43 Old Farm Park 103Brickfields 44 Old Wolverton 104Broughton & Atterbury 45 Oldbrook 105Browns Wood 46 Olney 106Caldecotte 47 Oxley Park 107Calverton 48 Peartree Bridge 108Campbell Park 49 Pennyland 109Castlethorpe 50 Ravenstone 110Central Bletchley 51 Shenley Brook End 111Central Milton Keynes 52 Shenley Church End 112Chicheley 53 Shenley Lodge 113Clifton Reynes 54 Sherington 114Coffee Hall 55 Simpson 115Cold Brayfield 56 Springfield 116Conniburrow 57 Stacey Bushes 117Crownhill 58 Stantonbury 118Denbigh East 59 Stoke Goldington 119Downhead Park 60 Stony Stratford 120Downs Barn 61 Tattenhoe 121Eaglestone 62 Tinkers Bridge 122Emberton 63 Two Mile Ash 123Emerson Valley 64 Tyringham & Filgrave 124Far Bletchley 65 Walnut Tree 125Fenny Stratford 66 Walton Park 126Fishermead 67 Warrington 127Fullers Slade 68 Water Eaton 128Furzton 69 Wavendon 129Galley Hill 70 Wavendon Gate 130Gayhurst 71 West Bletchley 131Giffard Park 72 Westcroft 132Granby 73 Weston Underwood 133Grange Farm 74 Willen 134Great Holm 75 Willen Park 135Great Linford 76 Woburn Sands 136Greenleys 77 Wolverton 137Hanslope 78 Woolstone 138Hardmead 79 Woughton Park 139Haversham/Little Linford 80 Woughton-on-the-Green 140
 
2 Social Atlas for Milton Keynes 2009/10
FOREWORD
Developing a thriving neighbourhood: what do the data say about MK?
It has been a challenging year in which to be the lead councilmember for regeneration and the economy – but also a veryheartening year. I have seen at first hand the enthusiasm withwhich the council, town and parish councils, other agencies andresidents are now working in partnership to make ambitious plansfor a better future. I strongly believe that local communities knowtheir areas best, and that our job is to enable them to improve lifethere.The Social Atlas is produced because we need to start our plansfor the future from where we are now. Each of us sees a smallpart of the picture; the social atlas helps us look at it as a whole. Itgives us a snapshot of statistical facts for Milton Keynes andassists us in shedding light on the nature of our communities and some of the issues theyface. As well as informing action needed, I hope it will help each community understanditself better; decide what it likes, and what it needs to change.The success of Milton Keynes will be judged by how well all of our communities thrive. Wemust ensure that our services and programmes reach those that most need them and thatour established communities have the same attention and focus as the newer developingareas. The Social Atlas is an ideal tool in helping us to identify where we need to focus ouenergy. Every area has its strengths and weaknesses. Hopefully using this document wecan focus attention on where our help is needed most and work with partners to improve andenhance life on MK estates.
Jenni FerransCabinet Member for Economic Development,Regeneration & Community Cohesion
In case of queries about the data, contact either:Lesley Potter Milton Keynes IntelligenceSpatial PlanningMilton Keynes CouncilCivic OfficesMilton KeynesMK9 3HQ01908 252269
lesley.potter@milton-keynes.gov.uk
Paul EdwardsMilton Keynes IntelligenceSpatial PlanningMilton Keynes CouncilCivic OfficesMilton KeynesMK9 3HQ01908 254257
paul.edwards@milton-keynes.gov.uk
An electronic copy of this publication can be found on the MKi Observatory web site, wheredatasets can also be downloaded:
www.mkiobservatory.org.uk
 

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