"Home Bargains" Planning appeal refused (55 - 65 Queensway, Bletchley)

Published: 26 March 2020

Photo of Home Bargains store in Bletchley

Queensway in Bletchley. Source: Google Maps

The original planning application included proposed demolition of existing buildings on the site and then the construction of 48 residential units and six ground floor commercial units. It was turned down by MK Council's Development Control Committee in 2019.

The Town Council, along with local businesses and MKC Councillors, objected to the plans. The community had expressed concerns about inadequate parking provision for the number of new dwellings and safety concerns around access to the site and vehicles reversing onto Calkwell Way. There were also worries about the potential loss of the popular Home Bargains store on Queensway

To find out more information about the appeal decision, please go to the Milton Keynes Council Planning Portal and search this reference number: 19/00466/FUL .

To go to the MKC Planning Portal, please click here