Wolverton Park proves a roaring success for MK Lions

 
Mon 08 Nov 2010


Once home to the Royal Train and steeped in railway history, Wolverton Park blends renovated and historical grade II listed buildings with contemporary new build creating a stunning place to live and work.

The six members of the team, currently in the British Basketball League, have moved into the Triangle; a section of the development that retains the workshop’s original steel girders, gables and brick arches creating a distinctive and unique design.

CEO of the MK Lions, Vince Macaulay, said; “The MK Lions are delighted with their new surroundings, to say that we really feel at home would be an understatement! The Triangle really represents modern living and the whole development fits in so well with Milton Keynes as a city.

“It has been a really successful move for the players; their demeanour at the 8:30am practice is certainly a lot brighter!”

John Saunders from scheme developer, Places for People, added; “We are extremely proud to support the MK Lions by providing team members a fantastic place to live at Wolverton Park. Such is the diversity of the development we have been able to appeal to a wide variety of tenants and buyers; from young professionals and families to older generations, and we are delighted that the players have already settled in to their new homes.

“I’m sure that living in such great surroundings will also help the team continue their successes on the court!”

Wolverton Park provides a range of stunning one, two and three bedroom homes which are the height of creative and modern design. 

There are various purchasing options including 100 per cent mortgages, shared ownership and market rent – for all information please visit www.wolvertonpark.co.uk

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