Road Closures

Current & Upcoming Road Closures   

For more information please go to MK Council's website via the link.        

23.03.20 - 08.04.20 - Myrtle Bank, Stacey Bushes. Road closure - 24 hours. 

23.03.20 -  08.04.20 - White Alder, Stacey Bushes. Road closure -  9:30 - 16:30.  

06.04.20 - 23.04.20 - Great Monks Street H1 to H2, Greenleys. Lane closure - 9:30-16:30. Bus services affected; 14, 23, 606. 

11.04.20 - 12.04.20 - Stratford Road, Wolverton (Creed Street to Radcliffe Street) Road closure for lining works - 21:00-6:00 

11.04.20 - 12.04.20 - Stratford Road, Wolverton. (Jersey Road to the controlled pedestrian crossing). Road closure for lining works - 21:00 - 6:00. 

Further Notice of Lining Works  

V4 Watling Street closure

  • Length of closure: From its junction with H3 Monks Way to its junction with H4 Dansteed Way
  • From: 6th May 2019
  • Period: 7 months

Diversion route: At the junction with H3 Monks Way go north-east on Monks Way to Abbey Hill Roundabout, turn right (5th exit) onto V5 Great Monk Street to Lodge Roundabout, turn right (2nd exit) onto H4 Dansteed Way to Cownhill Roundabout (and vice versa)

Diversion Routes for Dansteed Way & Watling Street 

 

Council News

Ideas on Tackling Loneliness in the Parish 

Wolverton & Greenleys Community Business Scheme

Councillor Khan is the proud owner of Wolverton business, Namji and Give Back 2U UK Community Interest. She is on a mission to promote the benefits of shopping locally, and as a town councillor is working to the develop a scheme for all businesses to join, incentivising people to shop locally.

The scheme is due to go live in January and will be visiting all businesses in the parish to pledge your support. Incentives can be monitory or service related, it is down to each business to decide on the reward that they offer to customers.

To claim the reward, all the customer needs to do is to present their receipt from another local business.

Still need to be convinced... Here are 10 reasons why you should shop local:

  1. Shopping locally helps grow other businesses
  2. For every £1 spent, 63p stays in the local economy (The Guardian 2013)
  3. Locally owned businesses build strong communities
  4. Unique retailers who are created based on your needs
  5. Improved customer service. You are treated as individuals.
  6. Local jobs from local retailers
  7. Reduced carbon footprint
  8. It's quick as it's on your doorstep
  9. Local businesses invest in the community as they have a vested interest in the future of the community
  10. Buy what you need, rather than in bulk, saving you money and space

 

Check out how WGTC have Gone Paperless with the Help of Office 365 & Cloudy IT 

Parish News

Biannual Estate Inspection Schedule 2019

David Ellis of MK Council Housing will be conducting biannual estate inspections in Wolverton and Greenleys

Proposed Field Lane Development 

Here is the presentation about the proposed works for the Field Lane Development from the last meeting presented by the Parks Trust. This plan is still working progress, no formal application has been submitted at this stage. 


Latest Planning News

Street Resurfacing Works in Wolverton

 

Did you know that the Wolverton Public Realm Design created in 2011 protects many of the design elements within Wolverton?

Thanks to a local resident reporting this to us, we have now been in touch with Milton Keynes Council who have now halted the work that they have been undertaking across Wolverton. Works were originally scheduled to re-tarmac along Victoria Street which is part paved and part flagstone paved. The guide identifies where possible any works undertaken should look to retain or reinstate original features which strengthens Wolverton's identity.

MKC will now look at their budget to see if they are able to secure funding to reinstate the remainder of the flagstone paving along Victoria street and WGTC are currently liaising with MKC to see what budget is available to undertake reinstating the remainder of the streets in the future.

Coming soon!

 

AGORA Redevelopment - be in the know


Public Consultations