Ben Everitt, the MP for Milton Keynes North, visited the Spin factory in Blakelands, Milton Keynes last Friday (30/04) to discuss how the e-scooter trials have been progressing in MK.
Ben Everitt MP, the Chair of the APPG on Connected and Automated Mobility, commented:
Well-loved venues in Milton Keynes North such as The Craufurd Arms and MK Gallery are receiving a share of £377,153 from the Culture Recovery Fund.
The Conservative Government has provided Milton Keynes Council with a further £11,682,252 to support businesses restart after lockdown.
The Conservative Government is investing £239,276 into Milton Keynes’ High Streets to get them back up and running after lockdown.
Milton Keynes has more electric car charging points than any other city in England outside of London, new figures have revealed.
Government data shows there are 327 publicly available charging points in MK which is a 19% increase on January 2020.
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Ben Everitt, the MP for Milton Keynes North, has been elected Chair of the new All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for Connected and Automated Mobility.
Ben Everitt, the MP for Milton Keynes North, has welcomed the news the Government is funding 5G technology trials in Milton Keynes at MK Dons.
The two Conservative MPs for Milton Keynes have welcomed the news local businesses will benefit from more than £5.3 million of new support over lockdown.