Milton Keynes Council has announced plans to build 1,200 environmentally-friendly homes as part of what it calls the 'greenest council house building plan' for a generation.
The local authority intends to develop 500 new council homes by 2022 and a further 700 by 2030.
In addition, the council will invest £50 million in its current homes to improve energy efficiency and reduce energy costs for tenants.
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