Milton Locksmith Knowlhill Services carry a range of locks and spares to enable us to carry out any job at any time of the day or night and we accept calls 24/7. Our guys are experienced and carefully vetted in order to support the reputation the name Dean Locksmith represents.
Milton Locksmith Knowlhill Services will attend to any emergency including broken locks and keys as well as lockouts and after-burglary repairs. You can be ensured that all repair work will be carried out by professional locksmiths who would not damage your door and carry out the job as soon as possible to help you carry on with your daily activities as soon as possible. We aim to arrive within the hour unless unforeseen circumstances accrue such as bad weather.
We operate a NO call-out charges policy.
The area of Knowlhill is mainly utilized for employment purposes and features a sizable parkland situated alongside the A5 highway. The majority of this area is a flood plain of the Shenley Brook, and includes the “Teardrop Lakes,” which are small balancing lakes.
During the late 1980s, Milton Keynes Development Corporation designated Knowlhill as the industrial part of the “Energy Park,” while the residential part was located across Watling Street in Shenley Lodge, which was home to the 1986 Energy World exhibition. The buildings in the area were required to adhere to higher energy efficiency standards than those typically in place at the time. By 1990, five exemplary offices, including the former headquarters of Royal Mail Parcelforce, had been built.
Although an unsuccessful attempt was made in 1990 to market the remaining area as a single large-scale development opportunity to fund a National Energy Centre through development gain, Knowlhill still maintains a strong association with sustainable energy. It is home to the main offices of organizations such as the National Energy Foundation, the Zero Carbon Hub, United Sustainable Energy Agency, and the National Home Energy Rating Scheme. Additionally, the area hosts the head office of the National House Building Council and a testing laboratory originally established by the Consumers’ Association but now owned by Intertek, as well as lawyers, graphic design companies, and warehousing.