Location & Communications
Whether it is for business or pleasure few places are as well located and connected as Marsh Farm and Luton.
Luton is situated in the county of Bedfordshire in the midst of the North Chiltern Hills, a designated area of outstanding Natural Beauty and is ideally placed between Oxford, Cambridge, London and Birmingham at the centre of the UK’s transport network.
By 2012, the county will have benefited from major ‘face-lift’. Massive development projects are already underway or in the pipeline, including:
• £0.3 billion science park at Butterfield
• £0.4 billion retail and housing development on the former Vauxhall site in Luton
• £0.2 billion Napier Park development
• £90million Luton and Dunstable Bus way project due to open in 2013
Luton is the largest town in Bedfordshire and lies just 50km north of London. The capital is only 30-minutes away by train to St Pancras International station and links to Europe via Eurostar.
Luton has excellent transport links to the rest of the UK with the M1, M25 and the A1 all within a few miles.
London Luton Airport is currently the UK’s seventh largest airport and has flights to more than 90 destinations across Europe, Africa and the Middle East.
Luton is not just one of the UK's largest towns, but also one of its most diverse. In all, over 140 different nationalities make up this vibrant, multicultural society.