Margaret Antalopoulos Collection
Material relating to Margaret Antalopoulos’s campaign for statutory listing of the shopping building, Milton Keynes; plus other related material regarding planning and development in Central Milton Keynes, including expansion that would become Midsummer Place, planning applications and the Circle of Light sculpture by Liliane Lijn. All from one lever arch file labelled "CMK".
Records include manuscript notes and draft letters, correspondence, notes from meetings, signatures of support and planning applications.
The MK Shopping Building: A Resume of MK Forum Environment Focus Group Actions
Text of speech by Antalopoulos to MK Forum meeting to consider proposals for the expansion of centre:mk, 1 May 2007
Notes on signatures supporting the first application for listing , c2007
Correspondence between English Heritage and Milton Keynes Council regarding advice on planning applications relating to the shopping building, 2003-2007
The Joint English Heritage & CABE Urban Panel review paper on Milton Keynes, October 2006
“Do the citizens of Milton Keynes realise the huge changes planned for our Central Area? Do the councillors even?” draft of note sent to local press and interested parties, 19 March [2007?]
Draft of formal application letter to English Heritage, 27 April 2007
“The Milton Keynes Shopping Building is, Again, at Risk” draft of note sent to local press and interested parties, 10 May 2007
Letter from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport informing Antalopoulos of the minister’s decision to list Milton Keynes Shopping Centre at Grade II status, 16 July 2010
Applications to List MK Shopping Building, notes on the previous and current actions taken, 23 January 2009
Summary of work done on the campaign by date, 23 January 2009
Letters of support for the listing, undated 
This collection is closed due to data protection. Requests can be made by contacting the archive.