The football club that's been trying to move for 60 years
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The latest plans to move Luton Town to a new stadium are currently facing tough scrutiny in a long-running saga to re-locate the football club that's lasted more than six decades.
A campaign has been launched to support plans by Luton Town to build a new ground in Power Court in the town centre and a second planning application for a mixed use project on land owned by the club at Newlands Park near the M1.
The two schemes which would see a 17,500-seater stadium built along with retail, hotel and office facilities creating over 4,000 jobs.
But there's opposition to the development at Newlands Park from Capital & Region, the owners of an existing retail complex, The Mall Luton.
Luton Town has been based at Kenilworth Road since 1905 but has been looking for a new ground in 1955.
Thirty years ago in 1988, the club announced plans to move to a new ground on the outskirts of the town but that never happened.
Watch an archive report from the About Anglia programme in 1998 by Owen Spencer Thomas
Luton Borough Council is due to consider the two planning applications in August 2018.