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We want your feedback.

We would like to know what you think of our plan to build new rental homes in the town centre. Feel free to look at this website and give us your feedback by using the your view button at the top of this page.

We are Dandara Living and have over 20 years of creating new and loved homes. We build and manage our rental homes and have been rated No. 1 by our tenants across the UK.

What we’re offering
  • The proposal
    • 252 apartments (1-3 bed)
    • 12 town houses (3-bed)
  • Affordable homes will be available
  • green and accessible pedestrian routes
  • On-site facilities management
  • Secure on-site cycle parking
  • Secure car and van parking spaces
  • Electric Vehicle parking and car club
  • Regeneration of a town centre industrial site
  • Financial contribution to local infrastructure
  • Balconies and private amenity space
  • Landscaped courtyards and residents terraces
  • Residents Gym
  • Co-working and meeting space
  • Social and dining space
  • Resident community and wellbeing events
  • Resident portal / app to book local services

Location

We choose land which has already been developed (brownfield land) and is in an area of regeneration.
The site must have excellent public transport, be walking distance to jobs and shopping, and near to schools and healthcare services.



Community

We offer a community-focused experience for our tenants. Our homes come with communal lounges, terraces, gardens and social spaces, as well as private spaces.

Our homes are fully-furnished (if you prefer) and are available with flexible secure tenancy arrangements.



Luton’s housing need

We’re here to help meet local needs. Over 15% of the town’s homes are overcrowded, rising to nearly 24% for High Town. The is a very high demand for rental homes in the town centre with over 44% of households in High Town currently renting from a private landlord (some of it in poor condition) and approximately 12% live in social rented homes.



Site location shown in red shading. Future potential redevelopment outlined in red.



View from High Town square



View from Burr Street



View from Midland Road



Elevation along Burr Street



Elevation from High Town Road



Elevation along Midland Road



Landscape Plan



Interior furnishings



Communal residents lounge



Ground floor plan



 
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