Stantonbury Parish Council is built on the foundations of supportive and dedicated councillors, our valuable office team, and YOU, the members of our parish. Together, we work to help our community and make our Parish a safe, fun, and great place to live.
This website is aimed at keeping our residents up to date and informed about what we, the Parish Council, do and what’s happening around our Parish in general. If there is something you can’t find or would like to see on our website, please feel free to let us know.
Community Led Regeneration and Estate Renewal Strategy.
Milton Keynes Council have published a draft Regeneration and Estate Renewal Strategy for a 12 week public consultation beginning on 27th January and ending on 24th April 2020.
Please can we encourage all residents to have a look at the draft strategy and leave their comments.
Parking Proposal Consultation
Our Parking Proposal Consultation is now closed for comments. The proposal comes as a result of concerns over road safety caused by inconsiderate parking. It will alleviate obstruction and nuisance parking and help to create a safer environment for motorists, pedestrians, and cyclists throughout. For more information, please see here.
Stantonbury Neighbourhood Plan has now reached the final stages, however due to the elections being cancelled on Thursday 7th May 2020 the Neighbourhood Plan Referendum has been postponed.
Please click on the link to view the plan SPC Neghbourhood Plan Ref. Feb-2020 .
You will be receiving information shortly on how to vote.
Who we are
Stantonbury Parish Council is comprised of the Councillors and the Parish Staff. Together, we represent the interests of our Parish residents in Bancroft, Bancroft Park, Blue Bridge, Bradville, Linford Wood, Oakridge Park, and Stantonbury.
To meet your Councillors and read a little about them, please see this page. Information about the Parish Staff who run the office can be found here. To see who is representing you on Milton Keynes Council, please see here.
Parish Guardians are residents in our community who care, get involved with community events, and make our environment better. They help to be our eyes and ears by reporting issues spotted whilst out in the Parish, run community litter picks twice a month to keep our environment clean, and monitor speeds with hand-held speed-cameras and Sentinel to keep our streets safe.
If you’re interested in becoming a Guardian, please fill out this form online or contact the office.