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Milton Keynes is the largest settlement in Buckinghamshire, England, 50 miles north-west of London. At the 2011 Census, the population of its urban area was almost 230,000. The River Great Ouse forms its northern boundary; a tributary, the River Ouzel, meanders through its linear parks and balancing lakes.

In the 1960s, the UK Government decided that a further generation of new towns in the South East of England was needed to relieve housing congestion in London. Milton Keynes was to be the biggest yet, with a target population of 250,000 and a ‘designated area’ of about 22,000 acres (9,000 ha).

At designation, its area incorporated the existing towns of BletchleyFenny StratfordWolverton and Stony Stratford, along with another fifteen villages and farmland in between.

These settlements had an extensive historical record since the Norman conquest; detailed archaeological investigations prior to development revealed evidence of human occupation from the Neolithic age to modern times, including in particular the Milton Keynes Hoard of Bronze Age gold jewellery.

Seven railway stations serve the Milton Keynes urban area (one inter-city). The Open University is based here and there is a small campus of the University of Bedfordshire. The Peace Pagoda overlooking Willen Lake was the first such to be built in Europe. The many works of sculpture in parks and public spaces include the iconic Concrete Cows at Milton Keynes Museum.




There are multiple main roads leading to Milton Keynes. These directions are from the M1.

Heading West on the M1, at Junction 14, exit onto the A509 towards Milton Keynes.

Merge onto the A509.

At the Northfield Roundabout, take 2nd exit onto H6 Childs Way (A4146)

Continue on the H6 Childs way (A4146), taking the relevant exit on roundabouts to remain on the road until you reach S Saxon Roundabout.

At S Saxon Roundabout, take the 3rd exit towards Bradwell Common/Conniburrow Shopping.

Drive down Saxon Gate road.

Turn left onto Silbury Boulevard.

Turn left at N Sixth Street, directly outside Silbury Court West building.

Reeds Solicitors LLP Milton Keynes office is located in Silbury Court, Suite 358 on the 1st floor.



There is plenty of parking all around the offices, as well as across the road by the Courts. All parking is pay and display run by Ringo, the machines take card payments and you’re able to pay through their app.



There are seven stations serving the Milton Keynes area.

The closest station is Milton Keynes Central, which is the primary train station for the town. This station is located on the West Coast Main Line about 50 miles (80 km) northwest of London. The station is served by Avanti West Coast intercity services, and by West Midlands Trains and Southern regional services.

To find the office from Milton Keynes Central Train Station, please follow the directions below.



Exit Milton Keynes Central station through the main entrance. This is the side that the Taxi ramp is located.

Turn left, then at the end of the street (outside Phoenix House), turn right.

Follow the path, turning left on Elder Gate.

Turn right on Silbury Boulevard. Note, you will have to cross the road as there is no pedestrian path on the right side of the road.

On your right, you will see Silbury Court.

Reeds Solicitors LLP Milton Keynes office is located in Silbury Court, Suite 358 on the 1st floor.

01908 926060

Emergency number: 01908 926029

Suite F12, Gloucester House, 399 Silbury Blvd, Milton Keynes, MK9 2AH,

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