Luton - Let’s Talk

Welcome to Luton - Let’s Talk, an interactive consultation and engagement hub where you can help shape important decisions affecting our town. We have made it easy for you to give your views on key consultations, proposals and projects of interest to you.  

Current and recently closed consultations are displayed below. Alternatively, you can search for consultations by keyword, council department or postcode.

You will also find other ways to  get involved in the Engagements listed below.

Please also check out ' You Said, We Did' page for results, updates and outcomes after we have consulted with you. Feel free to get in touch for queries/comments at our mailing list to receive regular updates.

Open Consultations

Closed Consultations and Engagements

  • Active Travel in Luton

    In November 2020, Luton Council was allocated funding from tranche two of the Active Travel Fund to support building walking and cycling into daily activity. An overview of the Active Travel Fund and detail of schemes was published on the council website in December 2020. More

    Closed 9 April 2021

  • LUTON-Let's talk HERITAGE - Heritage consultation

    The purpose of this consultation is to collate and share a deeper understanding of our collective heritage, what it means, where we come from, who we are, and what we leave behind for future generations to celebrate. We value the past in many ways. For example we have award winning parks... More

    Closed 31 March 2021

  • Luton Town Centre PSPO Review

    In July 2018, further to consultation Luton Council introduced the Town Centre Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO). The Council has the power to make a PSPO in accordance with the 2014 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act, which is intended to deal with any particular... More

    Closed 23 March 2021

  • Consultation on future of Stockwood Park Golf Centre

    There has been a notable decline in the use of the golf club in the recent years before the pandemic. We would like to ascertain if there is sufficient demand for golf in the future, and if not, explore what other potential opportunities there might be for a range of different leisure activities... More

    Closed 22 March 2021

  • Rapid flow testing

    Anyone who lives or works in Luton and leaves their house is being encouraged to get a regular rapid lateral flow Covid-19 test if they don’t have symptoms. However take-up is much lower than it was previously. This testing is available to all Luton residents and council staff and we’d... More

    Closed 21 March 2021

We Asked, You Said, We Did

See what we've consulted on.

We asked

The council consulted with residents, businesses, voluntary and community sector organisations, public sector organisations, arts and culture stakeholders, young people and Luton Council employees to seek views on the initial Luton 2040 vision.


You said

Feedback showed there was significant support for the vision, agreeing it set the right ambition for the town and significant agreement with each of the strategic priorities.

A number of important points were raised for strengthening the vision and valuable suggestions for improving each of the strategic priorities and target outcomes in the vision.

The majority of those who responded to the survey understood how they could play their part in delivering the Luton 2040 vision and how they could work in partnership to do so.

We did

As a result of the feedback, changes were made to the vision document including:

  • additional strengths of the town
  • changes to the vision statement
  • changes to the strategic priorities
  • changes to target outcomes
  • additional information for inclusion in the vision document

A consultation report was produced providing details of feedback received and proposed changes to the document.

The updated Luton 2020 - 2040 vision was approved by the council’s Executive and launched in October 2020.


We asked

We asked for comments on whether the boundary of the Plaiters' Lea: The Hat District Conservation Area should be extended.

You said

We received feedback for and against the boundary change.

We did

The feedback was considered in detail and considerations were included in the report to the Council's Executive.  The Executive resolved to agree the boundary change as outlined in the consultation.

We asked

The council consulted the public on proposals for the Vauxhall Way improvements. Vauxhall Way, Hitchin Road and Stopsley is the most well developed scheme and people had the opportunity to comment on the latest design to manage congestion. 

You said

Feedback from the public consultation demonstrated an agreement with the need to improve safety, traffic flow, pedestrian and cycling facilities. However, it was also noted that there are concerns that a signalised junction would make traffic flow worse and increase pollution. Congestion experienced on Stockingstone Road was also highlighted as an issue, as well as turning issues in and out of Birchen Grove. 

We did

In order to demonstrate how Vauxhall Way will operate with the anticipated future growth comparing a scenario where we do not convert the roundabout into a signalised junction, Luton Council has developed movie clips which can be viewed by visiting and searching 'Major Road Improvements' in the search bar. 

The council will also be investigating solutions to the Stockingstone Road congestion issues as part of the 2020/2021 programme.

Regarding the turning issues at the Birchen Grove junction the council will be investigating a solution with the aim to be implemented before the end of this scheme.