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    Everything about Student Accommodation Luton

    Luton is a big town and borough, situated on the River Lea, about 30 miles northwest of London. It is one of the most populated towns without city status in the UK. The town's foundation traces back to the 6th century as a Saxon outpost on the River Lea, from which Luton got its name. Luton has one of the largest churches in Bedfordshire, St Mary's Church, which was built in the twelfth century. The surrounding areas of the town boast outstanding natural beauty. Visitors can explore the Dunstable Downs and Chiltern Hills, which are characterised by their chalky hillsides. This pretty town was for many years famous for hatmaking and even its football team was nicknamed "the Hatters" due to the town's connection to hatmaking.
    Students who come to this town for studies can find well-built student housing Luton on University Living website. It is a student housing marketplace that offers safe, verified, and fully-furnished accommodations to students. All these off-campus alternatives are located within walking distance from the university campuses and the town centre as well.
    Discover Luton
    Luton is located in the region of Bedfordshire and thus becoming a new hangout spot amongst people because of the area’s close proximity to London. Lying beside the River Lea, Wardown Park is a park that would make any town proud. The main attraction of the park is the suspension bridge, dating to 1908 and restored in 2015. Daisy Chain wall which was built in 1905 is another delight, with Arts and Craft-style patterned brickwork, and separating the central park from the more formal pleasure garden. There is more stunning countryside north of the town at the Chilterns’ northeastern foothills. This tract of downland is liked for its unusual wildflowers which bloom between the month of April and June. A trip to Shaw’s Corner is worth making, especially for culture lovers. It was the country home of Nobel Prize-winning Irish playwright George Bernard Shaw.
    Experience Luton
    Watch amateur and professional drama, film and music with friends at the Luton Library Theatre, opened in 1962 as a lecture theatre. A wide range of cultural programmes like live music, club nights, workshops and contemporary theatre, and more are also available at The Hat Factory. Be in the town around St Patrick's Festival to be a part of the parade with Irish music, dance and drama. Running since 1976, Luton Carnival is an even larger festival, featuring a colourful parade of floats and costumes as well as craft and food stalls. There is also no shortage of shops – the town centre has more than 250 shops and retailers to choose from. You can also find some traditional Victorian-styled shops on High Town Road.
    Universities in Luton
    Luton is one of the prime locations for a  large campus of the University of Bedfordshire. It is a public university with its roots dating back to 1882. The university was first known as the University of Luton which was later renamed to the University of Bedfordshire after merging the University of Luton and the Bedford campus of De Montfort University.
    Student Life in Luton
    The town has a vibrant night scene with a wide variety of bars, cafes, clubs, and pubs present in the town centre to make your night fun. The Bear club is one of Luton’s most popular locations for a night out that promises a good time. There are several good student homes located in the town which offer plenty of student room type options such as student studio, student apartments, en-suite rooms and more. These homes are also furnished with modern amenities to make your living comfortable.
    Frequently Asked Questions

    What are the different types of accommodation?
    University Living offers private accommodation close to universities with fewer restrictions and more options, so the students can enjoy a comfortable duration of stay. Take your pick from shared and private rooms, studios, and apartments. We also offer short-term stays forstudents in summer school and exchange programs.

    What are the different types of rooms?
    The major room types are:Sharing: This is where 2 or more students share a single room, washroom, kitchen, and other communal spaces.En-suite/Private: This includes a private bedroom and bathroom, while the kitchen and living areas are shared.Studios: This is a self-contained unit with a bedroom and cooking space along with a private washroom. Two students may book a single studio together, subject to the policies of the accommodation provider.

    How do I know my accommodation is safe?
    All properties listed by University Living have been personally verified by the team or their representatives. Each accommodation has fool proof safety measures in place, including CCTV, secure door entries, restricted access, and more.

    Does my accommodation offer meals?
    Most accommodations are self-catered, but you can always ask the reception to connect you with local food delivery vendors!

    Will I get cleaning and laundry services?
    Most properties have on-site, coin-operated washing machines that make laundry a breeze. Students are expected to keep their rooms clean while common areas are looked after by onsite maintenance staff at regular intervals. If you are unwilling to get your hands dirty, contact the reception for professional cleaning services for an extra fee.

    Is there Wi-Fi?
    Yes, all of the accommodations have fast internet connectivity for the residents to use.

    Does my accommodation offer parking facilities?
    Most properties have bike storage available. Please contact your Servicing Manager to request car parking facility.

    What items should I bring while moving in?
    Students are expected to bring their own bedding, kitchen utensils, cutlery, and bathroom essentials. If that’s too much, our good friends at UniKitOut will deliver all these and more to your UK accommodation even before you move in!

    What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?
    We try our best to find accommodation that meets all your needs and preferences. If you still don’t like your accommodation due to unforeseen circumstances, we will try our best to replace your room within 30 days for a one-time fee of £250.

    Where do I report any issues with my accommodation?
    Please contact the on-site maintenance office or reception at the accommodation to report any issues.

    Do I have to vacate my room during holidays?
    Never. Your room belongs to you for the entirety of your tenancy period