The Luton town center is a huge town lying in the South-Eastern part of England for administration. According to 2019 estimation, this large town population was around 213,051 residents, making it easily one of the towns with a large number without a city status in the United Kingdom’s sovereign state.
Luton’s record dates back to the Book of Domesday, as Lintone and Loitone and one of Bedfordshire’s largest churches, the St Mary’s gospel church, built around the 12th century. Luton has long been famous for hat-making and its factory, the Vauxhall Motors. Production of cars at the factory took place from 1905 till 2002, until the factory closed.
The airport, London Luton, opened around the 1930s and remains today as one of the major airports of Great Britain. The Luton Town Center also has about three railway stations for public transportation. The Bedfordshire University came from a merger with Luton’s University, alongside the two campuses in Luton.
Luton Town Center lies around the Lea River, which is about 50 km (or 29 miles) northwest of London. Luton is situated around the Eastern part in the Hills of Chiltern. The total land area of Luton is about 43.35 km² (or 16.74 square mi), lying in the Eastern region of England under the sovereign government of the United Kingdom.
Luton Town Center has different ethnicity of persons. By percentage, the whites take 54.6% of the population, Asians about 29.9%, Blacks 9.8%, and Mixed races 4.2%.
Luton has its football club popularly called “the Hatters” because of its original joint profession. This club has had its chance and fights in the famous English league and secured a league win in 1988.
Starting from Luton Police Station located at Buxton Rd, Luton LU1 1SD, United Kingdom head southwest via Wellington St to St Saviour’s Church located at Russell St, Chapel Langley, Luton LU1 5EB, United Kingdom
From St Saviour’s Church head northeast via Russell St and B4540 to Luton Crown Court located at 7 George St., Luton LU1 2AA, United Kingdom
From Luton Crown Court head due north via Park Viaduct/A505 to easyHotel London Luton located at 40a Guildford St, Luton LU1 2PA, United Kingdom
From easyHotel London Luton, head northeast via A6 to Domino’s Pizza – Luton – Central located at Crystal House, Shop 3 & 4, New Bedford Rd., Luton LU1 1HS, United Kingdom
From Domino’s Pizza – Luton – Central head south via Telford Way and Dunstable Rd/A505 to Luton Police Station located at Buxton Rd, Luton LU1 1SD, United Kingdom