Map of Milton Keynes

The main benefit of the map of Milton Keynes presented below is that it offers you an excellent visual identification of the region’s major interest points and routes. The surrounding regions are also included in detail in this map of Milton Keynes, making it easy for you to plan every aspect of your travel route, including the cities and towns where you want to spend the night. This allows you to book your hotel rooms in advance and check the internet to find affordable car hire services and to plan the costs of your travel insurance. This map of Milton Keynes will help you explore the wonderful tourist sights this district has to offer.

This map of Milton Keynes should be able to provide you with a general understanding of any roads, streets, motorways, landmarks, provincial divides and regional divides within the area.

Map Of Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is a town in England. It has the official status of “Large Town” and is located within the county of Buckinghamshire. It is around 72 kilometres (45 miles) away from London. Milton Keynes is known as the administrative centre for the Borough of Milton Keynes. In 1967, the town was designated the title of New Town, and had been planned to become a city.

The town has a total area of around 34 square miles (89 kilometres squared) and at its designation, incorporated Wolverton, Stony Stratford and Bletchley, all of which were existing towns. On top of these towns, it also incorporated some farmland and a number of villages.

The name derives from the Village of Milton Keynes, which lies only a few km east of where the planned centre would be.

The 2011 census recorded the Milton Keynes Urban Area’s population to be at just under 230,000 people. When including the unitary authority, which is the wider borough that acts independently from the Buckinghamshire County Council, the population would be at just under 250,000 people. There are around 2500 people per every square kilometre (6000 per mile squared).

There are over 20 million trees within the city, due to the fact that the city had planned to become what the designers called a “forest city” to reserve the green nature that had been in the area before the renovation.