Milton Keynes

Milton Keynes is internationally renowned for being a designed new town, the largest and most ambitious project in the UK, created in 1967.

It is an incredibly productive business location with an economy worth over £14bn, where Stonebridge has repurposed existing structures to bring new use to them.

Milton Keynes is home to over 14,000 business enterprises covering an array of sectors. The City’s highly developed business; financial professional service cluster includes more than 400 head office and financial services companies, with a specialist workforce of more than 22,000 people. With more than 45 million people living within 4.5 hours of Milton Keynes a logistics and distribution hub has arisen with more than 70 companies employing 9,600 workers, or 6% of the City’s total workforce. In 2023, Milton Keynes was rated the Top 10 UK city for: housing growth, population growth, innovation, GVA per hour (productivity), employment, average, workplace earnings and business start-ups.

The Irwin Mitchell UK Powerhouse reports consistently rank Milton Keynes as one of the top UK cities for both existing and forecast growth in employment and Gross Value Added (GVA). ​Overall, Milton Keynes has a diverse, strong and dynamic economy, with a diverse range of businesses and industries. The city is well-positioned for continued growth and development in the years ahead.