London Luton Airport Limited

 

London Luton Airport Enterprise Zone

London Luton Airport is one of only 24 areas across England to have secured Enterprise Zone status.

This significant development opportunity is being delivered by Luton Borough Council in partnership with London Luton Airport Limited, and comprises three sites surrounding or connected to London Luton Airport: Century Park, Airport Business Park and Bartlett Square.

Enterprise Zones provide a range of benefits to businesses.

The two-hour drive catchment area of the site is 23 million people, exceeding that of London Heathrow.

London Luton Airport Enterprise Zone site plan
London Luton Airport Enterprise Zone site plan - click to enlarge

Luton Investment Framework

The Luton Investment Framework is an ambitious and visionary 20-year programme, spearheaded by Luton Borough Council, aimed at creating 18,500 new jobs in Luton and transforming the town’s future.

LLAL is proud to be involved in such an exciting venture, and will work alongside Luton Borough Council and other partners to deliver the framework’s objectives.


LLAL’s development projects

New Century Park

New Century Park provides the location for an ambitious, well-designed, high-quality, high-yield mixed-use development, incorporating business, commercial and light industrial units in a rural fringe setting, on the doorstep of the UK’s fifth largest airport, and within easy reach of excellent transport links to both London and the North.
Proposals include the construction of a new access road.


Direct Air to Rail Transit (DART)

LLAL is planning to build a new Direct Air to Rail Transit system (DART, formerly known as MPT) to service London Luton Airport.

The DART is being developed to encourage passengers to travel to and from the airport via a more sustainable and efficient means of transport.

The DART will be a fully automated and driverless system, approximately 2.1km in length, and will transport passengers between Luton Airport Parkway station and the terminal.

In order to deliver the project, planning permission is being sought from Luton Borough Council and Central Bedfordshire Council. A planning application was submitted in February 2017. Subject to planning permission being granted, construction will begin in late 2017 and the DART system will be operational by 2021.


Bartlett Square

Coming soon (formerly known as Stirling Place)


Contact

For more information contact:

Laura Church, Chief Infrastructure Officer, LLAL
Email: laura.church@llal.org.uk
Telephone: 01582 546433

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