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Midsummer Place

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Midsummer Place shopping centre is located in the Central Milton Keynes shopping area, and adjoined to Centre:MK.

The shopping destination was constructed in 2000 in part around an existing oak tree that briefly survived being built around until it succumbed to undrained flooding in 2008.

In March 2013, Intu Properties bought the property from its original owners, Legal & General, for £250.5 million. In June 2020, Intu Properties went into administration. In September 2021, property group Ellandi took control of the centre.

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Contact Information
Head Office Address:
Midsummer Boulevard, Milton Keynes MK9 3GB
Head Office Telephone: 01908 557 000
Company Information
Parent Company/Key Investors:

Ellandi; Savills

Retail Units: 58
Square Footage: 430,000 sq ft
Center Director: Shelley Peppard
Key Fashion Retailers: Sports Direct; Jack Wills; Schuh; Victoria Secret; Hugo Boss
Payment Methods:

Debit card; Credit card; Gift card; Klarna (at selected retailers)

Student Discount:

Some retailers offer student discount

Off Season, Off-price: Inseason

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