Never say Nether again

The Milton Keynes Development Corporation's HQ building was a windowless box furnished in mustard yellow

As the masterplan for Milton Keynes took shape, idealistic young architects seized the chance to experiment with new housing on an unprecedented scale. Edward Jones looks back at life in the development corporation's windowless yellow HQ and how optimism turned to disappointment at Netherfield.

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