WELCOME TO LUTON TOWN CENTRE

The dramatic redevelopment of Luton town centre, with stunning changes to public areas as well as the centre’s skyline, has ensured that more businesses than ever before are choosing to call Luton town centre their home. A wealth of restaurants, bars, cafes and clubs, along with a packed line-up of entertainment, events and nightlife, has also made Luton a popular destination of choice for a diverse range of visitors, whether they choose to shop, be entertained, do business or celebrate. In 2019 businesses in Luton town centre voted yes to a second five-year term as a Business Improvement District (BID), ensuring the future of the town centre is even brighter, with a plan of investment that will build on its great visitor experience and vibrant offering.

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FOLLOW THE LUTON BID JOURNEY

Luton BID
Luton BID

Our latest eBulletin is now live...

Read to find out about:
🔵 Updating our Food and Drink directory
🔵 Town centre networking event
🔵 Tidy Day 2020
🔵 Dates for your diary

Read the...

Luton BID
Luton BID

We have teamed up with Luton Business Forum and will be supporting and promoting its first event of 2020.

On Thurs 26 March from 6pm - 8pm there will be a town centre networking event at Hat Factory Arts Centre, Bute Street.

Luton BID
Luton BID

Our latest eBulletin is now live.

Find out about:
Tidy Day 2020
Pancake Day
St Patrick's Festival in Luton
Car Parking

Read the full articles here: https://conta.cc/2Pq5uVx

Luton BID
Luton BID

Join in with The Mall, Luton's Carnival arts and crafts this February half term.

To celebrate Luton International Carnival, Europe’s largest one day carnival celebration, The Mall is inviting families to get in the Carnival spirit and join in with free arts...

Luton BID
Luton BID

George Street McDonald’s are holding two 'Meet an Officer' sessions to enable town centre businesses to speak to the police in an informal setting.

Pop along to either of the below slots:
Thurs, 20 February: 2pm-4pm
Sun, 1 March: 4pm-6pm

Luton BID
Luton BID

George Street McDonald’s are holding two 'Meet an Officer' sessions to enable town centre businesses to speak to the police in an informal setting.

Pop along to either of the below slots:
Thurs, 20 February: 2pm-4pm
Sun, 1 March: 4pm-6pm


This March we celebrate World Book Day 📖

@TheMallLuton are hosting several events between 5th and 8th March. The will be bringing stories to life with their free storytelling sessions held in Smith’s Square. Find out more here: https://t.co/rIARG7ZyYn https://t.co/XD5GW542xJ
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Our latest eBulletin is now live...

Read to find out about:
🔵 Updating our Food and Drink directory
🔵 Town centre networking event
🔵 Tidy Day 2020
🔵 Dates for your diary

Read the full articles here: https://t.co/jrt0w2npZO https://t.co/GuTfLZ0vAc
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Are your business details up to date?

We are in the process of updating our Food and Drink and evening economy directories.

Read more and find out how you can be included in the directories here: https://t.co/jrt0w2npZO https://t.co/hSmXK7a5aK
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Are you a jazz fan? PJQ will be playing at @the_bear_club on Friday 28th February. Visit here for more information: https://t.co/Lvktrk9EM1 https://t.co/sHD85HT8jJ LutonBID photo

The council and its partners want to use the fortnight to educate residents and businesses about the positive difference buying Fairtrade products can make to the lives of producers and farmers.

Read the full story below 👇 https://t.co/Z3Jp7SGnup

Can anyone help with the below? 👇 https://t.co/rhOPibtF7n
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The Mall, Luton @TheMallLuton
🧡 @LutonFoodbank need your help! 🧡

Unfortunately more items are going out in food parcels than coming in, resulting in a shortage of food items.

If you can help, please take a look at the shopping list and donate!

https://t.co/CtOBqrlJOZ https://t.co/5dX2pJF4Rq
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