Further regeneration in Dunstable
Here is a list of a number of other regeneration projects in Dunstable, and while these are not our projects we are often working alongside organisations to support them and work together to help businesses to grow and the area prosper.
The fast connections from Dunstable into Luton on the Busway and on into London helped persuade BBC Three Counties Radio to move to Dunstable town centre, at Grove Park. With the BBC relocating in June 2015 and the opening of the HQ Sports Bar (the second biggest outside of London), the Grove Park is now fully occupied.
The Incuba Centre
The Incuba Centre (link opens in new window) provides facilities for business start ups, with a particular emphasis on green and renewable technologies
Central Bedfordshire College
The building was refurbished in 2015 to provide modern educational facilities.
A speculative commercial development by Prologis, which in May attracted Amazon's new fulfilment centre. Prologis has also now completed a second building, of equal size, adjacent to Amazon.
Chinese company 4PX, a cross-border e-commerce solutions provider, has announced an agreement to lease a 240,000 square feet unit in Prologis Park in Dunstable, creating 400 jobs.
White Lion Retail Park
Owned by Pradera, Dunstable's White Lion Retail Park has been recently refurbished and is successfully attracting national retailers.
Creasey Park Drive – social housing development
As part of a garage redevelopment programme, four new homes were created in Creasey Park Drive – the first new social housing across the whole of Central Bedfordshire in almost 40 years.
Croft Green – sheltered housing development
Budget for a new, 23-unit, sheltered housing development at Croft Green has been approved.
Dukeminster Court – care home
Quantum Care has developed a new 75-room care home. Opened in 2015, it is positioned next to a stop on the Guided Busway, offering easy transport links to Luton and Dunstable. It also features a specialist dementia care area that has been designed using leading research by the University of Stirling.