Moving from North London to Luton

Author: 
Ray Victor
Last Updated:
September 25, 2023

On the River Lea, Luton has seen tremendous surges in home values and extensive plans for regeneration. It's now time to consider Luton because of its fantastic commuter links.

Luton is on the upswing thanks to transformation projects that are either in the works or, in the case of London Luton Airport, already underway. The quality of lifestyle for the people of Luton keeps improving because of the town's ambitious plans, which include increasing local employment and boosting the town's profitability.

What to anticipate when you live in Luton

Many of Luton still display signs of its pre-First World War heyday. However, most housing is from the 1920s to the 1930s and includes numerous large family residences. The town center will be revitalised as part of a vast £1.5 billion project over the next 20 years. The airport is currently undergoing a £110 million expansion project to boost capacity.

There are two places of exceptional natural beauty outside the town. Visitors can explore miles of footpaths in the Dunstable Downs and Chiltern Hills, distinguished by their chalky hillside terrain.

Prime locations to begin your property search

Due to their tree-lined streets, particularly those along Old Bedford Road, the northern parts of the town are usually more well-liked.

In Bushmead, a prestigious neighbourhood just off this road, there are many late-20th-century and contemporary family homes. Bushmead Road is home to cosy post-war semis with three bedrooms and detached houses with sizable yards. Lambourn Drive is home to more 1990s-era single-family dwellings. As an alternative, look at the modern executive three- and four-bedroom detached and semi-detached houses on Haycroft.

The best ways to get about Luton by train are to take the Thameslink line, which regularly runs from Luton Station to London St. Pancras International and London Blackfriars. Additionally, some trains go to Three Bridges, Bedford, Brighton, Corby, and Sutton (via Wimbledon). It takes roughly 30 minutes to go from Luton to London St. Pancras International.

By Car M1 is your best option from London.

Luton has had a dedicated airport for a long time. The multimillion-dollar renovation and extension of London Luton Airport will enhance the number of destinations it can serve.

4 reasons to live in Luton

  • London is only 30 mins away
  • Access to The Chiltern Hills and Dunstable Downs
  • High-performing schools
  • Large-scale regeneration

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