e-Luton 12 September 2019  |  Issue #030
We've set up a cross party group to urgently drive forward an action plan to move Luton to zero carbon before the government’s target year of 2050.
Council vows to fight climate change
Also this month... 
  • council preparations for no-deal Brexit
  • workshops to help improve children's speech
  • hundreds trained at skills hub
  • join the Children's Peace Party in Wardown Park
  • roadworks getting ready for DART bridge install

Do it online

Find out about the many services
that can be accessed online at a
time and place that suits you  


Crossing the borders

Celebrate all things Polish
- dance, music, theatre
and food for all ages 

Find out about roadworks in Luton

Council preparations for Brexit 

We're doing everything we can to prepare people for whatever outcome is eventually reached.

DART bridge preparatory works begin

There will be a six-week single lane closure westbound on the A1081, towards M1, beginning 16 September.

Talking Takes Off in Luton

Take part in workshops aimed at improving speech and communication in children from 0 to 5 years old in Luton.

Hub trains hundreds in construction

A scheme based at the Direct Air-Rail Transit (DART) site has seen 320 young people gain the skills they need for a future in the construction industry.

Children's Peace Party in Wardown Park

This Saturday, 14 September, families are invited to a child-centred celebration recalling the fun Luton's youngsters had 100 years ago after the Peace Riots.

Council tax reduction proposals

Tell us what you think of proposals to change our council tax reduction scheme to help working age people on low incomes.

Relationship and sex education - facts

This means teaching children about positive relationships including what family means and relationships with others.