Shenley Pavilions

    Shenley Pavilions, Shenley Wood, Milton Keynes, MK5 6LB

    An impressive office development that gives your business room to grow in a peaceful woodland setting, just minutes from Central Milton Keynes.

    Suite sizes: from 38.46 sq.m. (414 sq.ft.) to 356.92 sq.m. (3842 sq.ft.)
    • Meeting Room & Refurbished Kitchen
    • Concierge Reception
    • Ample Free Parking
    • Bicycle Storage
    • Refurbished Atrium Space
    • Changing Points for Electric Vehicles
    • Cafe and Outdoor Gardens
    • Flexible Lease Terms
    • Common area lighting from renewable energy sources
    • Dedicated Property Manager

    Shenley Pavilions provides a range of quality premises that will appeal to both small and expanding businesses. Its individual offices are arranged around two attractively landscaped garden courts and a central atrium accessed by the spacious reception area.

    If you are looking for an office to let, please contact our agents Bidwells or Louch Shack Lock for availability.

    Shenley Pavilions and it's offices and surrounding parkland are owned and managed by The Parks Trust, the independent charity that cares for over 6,000 acres of parks and greenspace in Milton Keynes. The Parks Trust head office is located nearby in Campbell Park. By choosing a Parks Trust Property your rent goes directly into caring for the parks and green spaces in Milton Keynes.

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    Discover our parks

    • Shenley Wood


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      Shenley Wood is one of three ancient woodlands in Milton Keynes, a wonderful spot for a quiet walk and to enjoy the abundant wildlife.

    • Howe Park Wood


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      Howe Park Wood is an ancient woodland in the south west of Milton Keynes near Westcroft and Tattenhoe which boasts a rich variety of wildlife and fantastic on site facilities including toilets, a café and a small play area.

    • Hazeley Wood


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      Hazeley Wood was planted by Milton Keynes Development Corporation in 1991. The long-term aim was to create a mature oak woodland for the new city. After many years of being a field of trees Hazeley is finally beginning to look and feel like a woodland. But there is still a long way to go: the wood will not finally reach maturity until 2141.

    • The Toot


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      This small pasture area at Shenley Church End is a scheduled ancient monument because in 1239 AD it was a moated motte and bailey castle, home to the family of Hugh, Earl of Chester. The motte and bailey castle consisted of an earth-built mound (the motte) normally topped with a timber tower, standing in a flat fortified enclosure (the bailey). Please note the toot can be hard to access at different times of the year due to the motte around it.