Putteridge Bury Campus

About Putteridge Bury campus

Putteridge Bury is a magnificent country mansion built in 1911 and set in 30 acres of landscaped gardens.

It is home to the University of Bedfordshire Business School's postgraduate programmes and the University’s Conference Centre. With its own comprehensive Learning Resources Centre students have access to online information databases and more than 2,000 electronic journals, as well as access to the library facilities at the main Luton campus.




Putteridge Bury location

Putteridge Bury is situated in picturesque parkland offering a delightfully rural environment yet is ideally placed just a few miles from the train station, M1, Luton town centre and London Luton Airport.

The University runs a free shuttle bus for staff and students from the Luton campus (Vicarage Street) to Putteridge Bury.

 

Directions

Directions


Full campus address


Please note that some Sat Navs will take you through a closed private road if you use our postcode (LU2 8LE), please use postcode: LU2 8DL instead.

This will take you by the Butterfield roundabout on the A505 from here follow the road signs "University of Bedfordshire - Putteridge Bury campus".

From M1
Exit at junction 10 and follow signs for Hitchin (A505). Entrance is signposted soon after the Butterfield roundabout.

From A1(M)
Exit at junction 8 and follow signs for A602 to Hitchin. Then follow signs for Luton (A505). Entrance is signposted just before the Butterfield roundabout.

 

Luton (Thameslink or East Midlands) and Hitchin (Great Northern) are the nearest railway stations to Putteridge Bury. The most convenient way to reach the campus from either station is by taxi as buses do not stop at the campus.

The University runs a free shuttle bus for staff and students from the Luton campus (Vicarage Street) to Putteridge Bury.

 

Parking is available on-site for students (ID badge required). For conference delegates 150 free parking spaces are available.