North Milton Keynes

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 District that is west of the River Ouzel. The sub-area consists of the modern part of Bradwell, Rooksley, half of Bradwell Common, Linford Wood, half of Downs Barn, Downhead Park, Willen and Tongwell.

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. It may relate to phases of building developments. Coordinates: 52°03′22″N 0°45′25″W / 52.056°N 0.757°W / 52.056; -0.757

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