Milton Keynes office space to become a new hotel

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OVER 25,000 sq feet of office space in Milton Keynes is to be turned into a brand new boutique hotel.

Milton Keynes Council has just given the go-ahead for a portion of 70s built Norfolk House to undergo a “change of use” conversion.

The owners of the property in the town centre say that significant parts of the four storey office building and sister property Ashton House have been hard to market and some of it has been empty since 2007.

Norfolk House and Ashton House were designed by the Milton Keynes Development Corporation which was responsible for creating the new Buckinghamshire town in the 60s and 70s.

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