Plans to add two floors of flats to a former office building go before councillors on Thursday (August 3) with a recommendation for approval.

United Properties London’s plans to add 64 one and two-bedroom flats and a roof garden to Station House in Milton Keynes, an office building which already had Permitted Development Rights to be converted to 200 Build-to-Rent flats, will be considered by Milton Keynes City Council’s planning committee.

The additional flats will include 20 affordable properties but those will be spread throughout the building. Each home will have one parking space.

Station House, along with Phoenix House and Elder House are non-designated heritage assets which surround Station Square.

Team on the project includes Scapolan Burney as architect, Hybrid Planning and Development as planner and Bidwells on heritage.

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