The creation of a brand-new, vibrant neighbourhood with modern homes at prices achievable to home-buyers is an exciting prospect for both long-standing and new residents of Luton-London. Not only is LU2ON a refreshing and much-needed solution for first-time buyers, who are unable to buy homes in London, it’s set to be a lively hub for places to eat, drink and relax. It’s also a super easy place to commute from each morning; in 2018 Luton actually topped a list of the best places for London commuters to live, and naturally, we happen to agree.

Take a look to see whats on your doorstep

  • University of Bedfordshire

    The University of Bedfordshire is a modern, innovative university with a heritage of top quality education going back more than 100 years. It nurtures students to become educated, employable and entrepreneurial global citizens. 92% of Bedfordshire students who graduated last year have found jobs or are in further study – the highest figure achieved by the University.
    Luton, LU1 3JU
  • The Hat Factory

    Luton’s leading arts venue hosts exhibitions, gigs, theatre, club nights, film screenings, workshops and has a artist-in-residence programme. It’s a hive of activity for Luton’s creative arts industry, and a great night out for everybody else.
    65 – 67 Bute Street, Luton, LU1 2EY
  • Connor’s Cafe Bar

    The Hat Factory’s specialist coffee shop and bar is the go-to spot for hungry creatives, artists or anyone after a caffeine hit. Their homemade menu also includes seasonal produce, sourced locally.
    The Hat Factory, 65-67 Bute Street, Luton, LU1 2EY
  • Luton Hoo

    Set amid 1000 acres of beautiful English parkland, this countryhouse and estate is home to a magnificent 5-star hotel, luxury spa and championship golf course.
    Luton Hoo Hotel, Golf and Spa, Luton, LU1 3TQ
  • The Fox

    A family-run pub which featured in the MICHELIN Guide 2018, The Fox has an exciting and refreshing menu you’ll want to get stuck right into. Eat in the smart, light-filled dining room, and grab one of the tastefully-decorated rooms upstairs if you feel like making a weekend of it.
    1870 Willian Rd, Letchworth Garden City, SG6 2AE
  • Emily’s Tea Shop

    A cute clapboard cafe that feels straight out of another era (or at least well-suited to the seaside) is a firm favourite with cyclists, or anyone walking along the River Mimram just outside of Luton. Go for the delicious homemade cakes andbpeople-watching opportunities.
    The Valley, Whitwell, Hitchin, SG4 8BN

    1 million sqft shopping centre in the heart of Luton with 122 retailers, 21 million visitors and £227 million gross sales annually. It offers a unique shopping experience for the whole family. A £7 million upgrade is in progress to create family zone, kids play, feast street, etc.
    Luton, LU1 2LJ

    Undoubtedly one of Luton’s best live music nightspots, The Bear Club specialises in jazz and blues. The place is cosy, filled with an assortment of vintage furniture, and has a great range of beers. They don’t serve food, but you’re welcome to bring your own, which is a nice touch.
    Mill Yard, 24A Guildford St, Luton, LU1 2NR


Want to know what else is on your doorstep? From specialist coffee shops to thriving nightspots and Luton’s best-loved pubs,restaurants and arts venues, meet your new regular haunts…