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Luton is just 30 miles north of the capital, making it a popular choice for those looking for a more affordable cost of living, within a commutable distance to London. One of the larger towns in Bedfordshire, it was expanded during the Victorian era to include areas close to the existing town and railway.

History of Luton

Settlements in Luton can be traced back as far as the 6th century, when a Saxon outpost was built on the River Lea. The towns original economy was largely fuelled by the agricultural sector, however this changed in the 16th century when it was largely replaced by the brick building industry. The 17th century saw the advent of the hat making industry within the town and by the 18th century, Luton was renowned for its hat making prowess. Although this is not the case today, the town does still produce some hats.

Since the early 20th century Luton was home to the largest car manufacture plant in the UK when Vauxhall opened its doors. This plant attracted 30,000 people to work in Luton and, although it shut in 2002, Luton is still home to Vauxhall headquarters.

Transport in Luton

Luton is a popular destination to live due to its close proximity to the City of London. A direct train runs to London Paddington taking just 20 minutes or so to get there. Luton also benefits from the M1 motorway providing a direct road link into the capital as well as further north towards the Midlands. London Luton Airport also provides a well serviced airport link and is often used for those flying into the capital on business.

Things to do in Luton

Although Luton has London on its doorstep it also offers a wide variety of things to do and see. On the banks of the River Lea, Wardown Park offers a green space with plenty of sporting facilities, formal gardens and is also home to Wardown Park Museum. Stockwood Park is a larger area of greenery that also houses the Stockwood Discovery Centre. There is also an 18 hole golf course, a wealth of rugby pitches and green space and even an 18 hole golf course.

Luton International Carnival is the largest one day carnival throughout the whole of Europe attracting as many as 150,000 people to the town of Luton. It starts and finishes in Wardown Park although there are things to see and do throughout the day, all over the town centre. Luton also holds an impressive St Patrick’s Day Festival, so if you’re looking for somewhere to settle having moved over from Ireland, you will feel right at home in Luton.

As well as the more lively cultural offerings, Luton is also home to the Library Theatre, offering shows from local amateur dramatic societies, pantomime, touring companies and children’s theatre. Luton is also home to the Hat Factory, a venue for a combination of the arts offering contemporary theatre, music and dance. It’s also home to live music and club nights, workshops and exhibitions. Luton also offers a number of historic cultural offerings, with a variety of museums detailing the towns past.

Buying in Luton

Luton has become a popular destination for UK buyers due to its close proximity and quick commute time to the capital, its good transport links and availability of further travel via the airport and as it is home to the University of Bedfordshire.

If you’re looking to buy in Luton try the LU2 postcode. Areas such as Wigmore and Putteridge can be a good option, as they offer a nice standard of living within close proximity to the airport.

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