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... North Milton Keynes is an Office of National Statistics designated urban sub-area for the 2001 national census ... The Central Milton Keynes urban sub-area and the North Milton Keynes urban sub-area together approximate to that part of the former Newport Pagnell Rural ... The ONS's basis for defining "North Milton Keynes", and its boundary with the Central Milton Keynes urban sub-area, is unclear since it does not respect natural boundaries ...
... The Office of National Statistics designated urban sub-area (map) called "Central Milton Keynes" is far bigger than either the district or the parish ... It consists of that part of Milton Keynes that is west of the River Ouzel, but north of the Bletchley urban sub-area (which approximates to the former Bletchley Urban District), south-e ... (The provenance of "North Milton Keynes", and of its boundary with the Central Milton Keynes urban sub-area, are unclear ...
... The urban area accounts for about 33% of the Borough by area and 90% by population ... This is a partial list of the districts of Milton Keynes itself ... For a discussion of the usage of the term "city" in Milton Keynes, see History of Milton Keynes ...
... The list below shows the most populous urban areas in the UK as defined by the Office for National Statistics (ONS), showing all those with a population in excess of 50,000 at the 2001 census ... Rank Urban Area Population (2001 Census) Localities Area (km²) Density (People/km²) Primary Settlement Major localities Metropolitan Area Country/Reg ... North West England 4 West Yorkshire Urban Area 1,499,465 26 370.02 4,052.4 Leeds Bradford, Wakefield, Huddersfield, Dewsbury, Keighley Leeds-Bradford Yorkshire and the Humber 5 Greater ...
... Norwegian owners moved the club from South London to Milton Keynes, a town more than 60 miles (100 km) away and one of the few large towns (due to its status as a ... out of administration and subsequently relaunched with a new name, Milton Keynes Dons F.C ... Twelve years before the move to Milton Keynes, they had already left their London borough of Merton home for Selhurst Park in (the London borough of) Croydon ...
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