This has been a great program to watch which ended last night and I believe a second series has been commissioned.
A survey issued this week lists Luton as the town offering the fifth best deal for commuting to London when looking at the difference between average house prices, cost and time of commuting, and annual salaries. It stated that on average, London workers happy to commute for an hour each way.
Only recently I highlighted that it is possible to commute to London from Dunstable in under an hour and total travelling time could be 45 minutes according to Travel Choices when using the Busway from Dunstable to Luton and train from Luton to London.
With the ticket price for the Busway as low as £1.11 per day when adding PLUS BUS to your Thameslink ticket it is obvious why we are seeing more London Commuters moving to Dunstable.
For more information on our recent article click here Dunstable to London Commute
Our previous articles are available by clicking on these links October 2013
& May 2013
Permitted Development rights were introduced in May 2013 to allow for the change of use of buildings from B1 (a) (offices) C3 (dwellinghouses) subject to a prior approval process by the local planning authority. As part of these requirements there are a number of criteria to adhere to. Associated external physical works may still require planning permission.
Daniel Bourke is the owner of Belvoir Lettings Dunstable and in his previous career in Architecture he was an Associate in a leading London Architectural practice