Centre:mk unveils refurbished Deer Walk

Earlier this month, centre:mk in Milton Keynes opened its refurbished Deer Walk, featuring brand new, world-class facilities and setting a new benchmark. The area comprises a customer service lounge, bespoke and interactive baby change, contemplation room, hi-tech WC facilites and a stylish lounge area with luxurious seating and soft lighting. This forms part of the £60 million investment programme and a series of enhancements focused on re-imagining the iconic status of centre:mk, the region’s leading retail destination.

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Designed by Rawls and project managed by Workman, the revitalised Deer Walk reflects centre:mk’s three year vision which includes the completed £10m refurbishment of the award-winning Sunset Walk and a new 1,400 space multi–storey car park adjoining John Lewis, set to begin construction later this year. Plus new digital elements being created including an app, website, social media platform, signage and way finding.

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‘Re-Imagining an Icon’ builds on the significant enhancements made to centre:mk’s brand line-up in the past 12 months including Kiehl’s, Molton Brown and Footasylum.

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