LUTON

LUTON

Innovative commercial fit-outs and refurbishments, Luton

North of London and a little north of the M25, Luton is extremely well connected. The M1 provides quick road access south to London or north to Milton Keynes, Northampton, Leicester, Nottingham and beyond.

Luton also has excellent rail connections, making it an attractive town for businesses whose team members need to travel regularly for meetings.

Luton pinned on a map of UK

It even has its very own international airport – linking the town to many important business and cultural hubs domestically – Edinburgh, Inverness, Glasgow, Belfast – and throughout Europe.

Luton’s airport is, in fact, the town’s biggest employer. Nine million passengers pass through its terminal building each year and it has scope to increase that footfall to 20 million a year. Significantly, with every million increase in passengers, 1000 new jobs are created, suggesting that the airport will always be a major employer for the town.

Success breeds success and other major companies have made Luton their home – Astra Zeneca, one of the world’s largest pharmaceutical manufacturers, the travel giant TUI, Vauxhall Motors and General Motors, and Selex, whose research headquarters is at Capability Green, a business park to the south of the town centre and just 5 minutes from the airport.

Other locational benefits

Glenside Commercial Interiors is extremely well-positioned to work with any company looking for commercial interiors and refurbishment services in Luton. We are located just over an hour away in Reading and are well placed geographically and in terms of extensive industry experience to respond to any business located in Luton (or looking to move to Luton) that is looking for a company skilled in commercial interiors and refurbishments.

Glenside has a great deal of experience carrying out office fit-outs in and around Luton. You can see a gallery of images from one such project here.

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