Dunstable is an historic market town that lies to the east of the Chiltern Hills and approximately 30 miles north of Central London. There was already some form of settlement by the AD 40s and 50s when the Romans arrived and paved the road now known as Watling Street and its crossroad, the Icknield Way.
The site is within walking distance of the town centre which is served by ample shopping and leisure amenities, including The Quadrant shopping centre, the Grove theatre and an Asda supermarket.
Vehicular access to the site is directly off High Street North. High Street North in turn provides an easy connection, approximately 2 miles drive, to Junction 11 of the M1 via Church Street (A505).
The Luton Dunstable Busway is a guided bus route that directly connects Houghton Regis, Dunstable, Luton and London Luton Airport. There are several stops in Dunstable town centre including one on High Street North. Journey times take approximately 22 minutes.
The nearest mainline station is Luton Airport Parkway (Thameslink Line) approximately 8 miles away. Regular services run to Bedford and St Pancras International with journey times of just 26 and 30 minutes respectively. Luton airport is approximately 9 miles away and offers a wide range of flights to European and UK destinations.