Power Court Stadium
|Category||Design awaiting implementation|
|Construction||2022 - 2024|
|Design||And Architects / Leslie Jones Architecture|
|Design time||2015 / 2021|
Description: Power Court Stadium
New stadium for Luton Town could be built in Power Court, just 1.5km (1 mile) east from Kenilworth Road. The area lies almost in the strict centre of Luton and within easy access to public transportation.
Previously there were industrial buildings on the Power Court site, but the area was cleared in 2015 to make way for major revitalization project. Luton Town hope to make their 23,000-capacity stadium (initially planned for 17,500) part of that project and if all goes as planned, works might end in mid-2020.
England: Luton set goal to relocate in 2024
Luton Town have revealed the latest renderings of what’s planned at the Power Court site. A lot has changed, although the stadium design remains almost untouched. New opening date: 2024.
England: Luton Town rethinking stadium design due to COVID-19
In an online conference with supporters executive director Gary Sweet informed them that changes are necessary to the new stadium design. Amended documentation should be filed within weeks.
England: Have Luton Town won, finally?
Each time it seems they're close to construction in Luton, something pops up. But now nothing more should indeed stand in their way, main opponents decided to step back and no longer obstruct.
England: Luton hit by new delay
Request for judicial review by potential competition is the latest setback for Luton Town. It remains unclear how much time it could cost but the football club and borough council remain defiant in their decision to proceed.
England: Luton plans won't be called in
The biggest remaining threat for Luton Town's stadium plans is no more. Secretary of state decided not to commission a review of the Newlands Park planning permission, which would have delay the project.
England: Power Court one more step closer
With the supporting commercial development now approved, Luton Town's stadium scheme can officially go forward. Two issues may still arise but unless planning permission is challenged, we should see construction this year.
England: Go Luton, unanimous approval!
With no concil member against, the long-desired Power Court stadium received the go-ahead on Wednesday night! This paves the way for construction, though one more vote is awaited in January.
England: Luton stadium recommended for approval
The proposed 23,000-seater at Power Court received backing in official report, which suggests it should be granted planning permission. If council members agree, the council could push it forward next week.
England: Finally, decision time for Luton Town
After 2.5 years since their planning application was initially filed, there's an end of the journey on the horizon! In January Luton Town's new stadium and commercial precinct will be decided upon.
England: Luton impatient over stadium impasse
Luton Town chief executive described his club's planning application delays as unfathomable in a recent letter to fans posted in official match programme. He expressed hope for a planning permission by mid-March, but that doesn't seem to happen.
Luton: “I'm confident but it isn't a done deal”
Luton Town CEO assures fans he won't give up on the project. However, Power Court stadium now faces opposition from Capital & Regional and the fight won't be a walk in the park.
England: Unexpected opposition for Power Court stadium
Operator of nearby shopping centre launched an unexpected campaign against the planned Luton Town stadium Power Court. Luton's supporters decided to hit back and not without merit!
England: Power Court recognised at global architecture ceremony in Cannes
Luton Town Football Club’s plans for a new stadium at Power Court and mixed-use development at Newlands Park were hailed at a global architectural awards ceremony last week in the south of France.
England: Luton Town submit planning application
One of the most unique stadiums across the United Kingdom is now officially awaiting approval from local authorities. And Luton assure that Brexit shouldn’t impact the scheme at all.
England: Luton Town’s stadium with a hat
New renderings are here and public consultation will soon begin. Later Luton Town will seek planning permission and proceed with their 17,500-capacity stadium at Power Court.