Luton Town have offered supporters the chance to have their say on the club's future home, holding an eight-day public consultation exhibition across three locations.The club recently unveiled plans for two sites in the town – Power Court and Newlands Park – and now fans and the local public have been casting their eyes over the developments, which would see the Hatters leave Kenilworth Road to move into a new 17,500-capacity home.
The exhibition got under way on Saturday 21st May at their current home, where Luton have played their football since 1905, and more than 1,500 people attended during the opening weekend.
Venue Central in Leagrave Road was the next destination as the roadshow rolled on, between 23rd and 25th May, and, from Thursday, the final three days will see the plans presented at the Hat Factory in Bute Street, before the exhibition comes to a close on Saturday 28th May.
The aim of the presentation by 2020 Developments is to give the public a detailed view of the plans, as well as the opportunity to discuss the proposals, and raise any concerns with senior members of the project team.
It features a timeline, tracing the interwoven histories of the club and the town, along with 3D scale models and CGI artists' impressions of both sites, as well as a great deal of technical information concerning sustainability, traffic and transport and design.
More information on the exhibition and Luton Town's future plans can be found by clicking here.