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Student Flats Given the Go Ahead

Posted by Sajni Shah in ,

Student flats approved despite initial concerns.


More One-Bed Flats Earmarked for Coventry

Posted by Richard Ward in

Plans have been put forward to build 60 student apartments in Coventry, replacing the kebab house on the site at the edge of Coventry city centre.


University of Hull Begins Faceguard Production

Posted by Sajni Shah in

University of Hull and its Aura Innovation Centre (AIC) are using their 3D printers to produce faceguards for the National Health Service.


Bristol Students go on "Rent Strike"

Posted by Sajni Shah in , ,

Job losses have resulted in Bristol students refusing to pay their final rents.


Construction Delays Could Provide Needed Relief

Posted by Richard Ward

With the UK in lockdown, there is a strong possibility that student schemes originally due to be delivered by September, may come to market later than expected or in the following year, which could provide relief to those operators active in challenging markets.


UCLan Waives Accommodation Fees

Posted by Richard Ward in , ,

The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) has decided to waive all third-semester accommodation fees for students who have a contract with UCLan.


Ex-Servicemen's Club to be Converted to Student Accommodation

Posted by Sajni Shah in ,

Selly Oak Ex-Servicemen's Club and 113 Dawlish Road in Selly Hill Road has been set to get the go ahead for student accomodation.


Bath Residents Claim the City is Being "Ruined"

Posted by Sajni Shah in ,

A letter from Bath residents was published claiming suburbs are now a 'shabby student ghetto' and being 'ruined' by student housing.


Empiric Suspends Financial Guidance

Posted by Richard Ward in

Empiric Student Property has decided to suspend all financial guidance, as well as future dividends in response to Covid-19, as it looks to conserve its liquidity position.


Universities Could Face Student Caps

Posted by Richard Ward in

Reports suggest that emergency controls are being considered that could result in universities in England facing limits on how may students they can recruit.