Town Council


We are holding Full Council meetings, at the Newport Pagnell and District Youth Club in Wolverton Road. To attend you need only to arrive a few minutes in advance of 8 pm, wearing a mask unless you are exempt from doing so. All other meetings are working group meetings, at which decisions are not made. These are being held virtually using Zoom as a platform. If you wish to join the meeting virtually, you can find the agenda by selecting agendas and minutes. When you find the meeting agenda, you will also see instructions on how to join the meeting. Please join up as a Zoom member to do so – it’s free. Use your browser to find and following the joining instructions. Or if you just want to make a comment for members to consider contact the Town Clerk on

To find out what planning applications are being considered please see planning applications.

The 2023 Boundary Review – Intial proposals for new Parliamentary constituency boundaries in the South East region

Documents relating to this proposal will be available to view from 21st June 2021 at the Town Council offices.

Viewing is strictly by appointment only and one person per appointment.

To book an appointment please call 01908 618756.

Suspension of disabled parking bays

Please be advised Milton Keynes Council will be suspending 4 disabled parking bays between 26/07/21 until 30/07/21. This is for urgent gas replacement works.

Invitation to tender opportunity

Click here to find out more information about the tender to replace under surfacing and play equipment within play areas in Newport Pagnell.

Floodmobile 3rd – 6th August

The Floodmobile will be visiting the following locations between 3rd-6th August. They will be showcasing 50 different property flood resilience measures, to demonstrate the adaptions that can be introduced to a property to help reduce the impact future flooding can have.

Bury Field Common

The Town Council has been approached by several members of the public concerned about the formal notice placed in this week’s Milton Keynes Citizen regarding the “disposal” of Bury Common by Milton Keynes Council.

We can assure residents that this is a necessary notice required because MK Council are enacting the long discussed transfer of the common to Newport Pagnell Town Council under a Community Asset Transfer arrangement (CAT).

There is no planning application for anything on any part of the land which is and will remain designated as “common land” and is managed with the commoner’s association.

The land remains in public ownership but by transferring from the borough to parish(town) council, this places the management of the area closer to the public.  Newport Pagnell Town Council has previously taken on a number of other assets from MK Council on this basis including the vast majority of parks and play areas in town two years ago, this has enabled the town council to improve maintenance and facilities.

Town Mayor, Councillor Paul Day commented “Bury Common is a wonderful open space full of history and accessed directly from our town centre.  I’d encourage anyone who has not visited the common to come and enjoy a walk there and to use the opportunity to also visit our high street where there are fantastic shops and places to eat and drink.  There is always a good reason to be in Newport Pagnell.

Summer Fun Days for Newport Pagnell Youth Club

Only 27th August session still available for Juniors and Seniors (cooking, and games)

Town Council Offices – re-opening from July 19th

Our offices will be re-opening from Monday 19th July. There will be a one way system in place. Entry will be from the rear of the building and exit from the front. Please knock on the back office window to attract attention and do not enter until called. Only one person will be allowed entry at any one time. We politely request you wear a mask whilst visiting, thank you.

Please note we are no longer a stockist for recycling sacks, these need to be ordered directly from Milton Keynes Council.

Our normal opening hours will apply as below.

Monday – Friday 9.30am – 4.30pm

COVID-19 vaccine information

All you need to know about the vaccine in the link below:-

Temporary restrictions to Saxon Gate – COVID-19 test site

Vaccination scams

Action Fraud have sent out the message below in regards to fake NHS vaccination scams. Please take a moment to read. Covid 19 vaccinations are free from the NHS, you will never be asked to pay for it.

NHS Test and Trace app

You will now find a QR code on entry to Portfields Community Centre, Green Park Community Centre and the Youth Club.  This will be displayed on the front door for you to scan on entry to the building.

The app can be downloaded from the link below, this will allow people to report symptoms, order a coronavirus test, and check into venues by scanning a QR code.

NHS Test and Trace app – download here

Town Clock

Many of you may have noticed that the clock in the High Street is displaying the incorrect time. Milton Keynes Council (who are responsible for the clock) have informed us that a new part has been ordered which will enable them to fix the problem.

Works for us

Have you lost your job? do you need support? Works for us are offering FREE advice and online workshops:


If you would like to inspect the Town Council accounts please click on the links below for details. You have between 28th June and 6th August 2021 to do so. You may then submit comments to the external auditor if you so wish. If the scanned PDF format of these reports is causing you any difficulties, please contact the Town Council offices to arrange a different viewing option.

Memorial benches

Memorial benches are available to purchase in memory of loved ones. The Town Council can offer several very attractive places for them to be situated. These are:-

  • Ousebank Gardens – in the park area outside of the cemetery
  • Riverside Meadows – along the river
  • Castle Meadows – within the meadows

To arrange for a memorial bench to be erected for a loved one contact the Town Clerk by email on The Town Clerk will arrange for the procurement of the bench, its erection and a suitable memorial plaque.

The cost of a memorial bench is £1,200 which includes erection, regular maintenance including oiling when necessary, and a stainless steel plaque of 12.5cm x 5cm naming the loved one to be remembered. Purchase of a memorial bench will be for the expected life period of the bench only, after which time it will be removed.

Once a bench is erected in a public area, it becomes available for anyone in the public to use. The bench is 150cm wide and seats 3 people. It is made of Oak hardwood and is installed either into the ground or onto a base with suitable fixings.