Government Confirms It Will Hike Interest Rates on Student Loans

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The government has reinforced its stance on charging interest rates on student loans in England of 6.1% from autumn this year.


Co-living Scheme Planned for Manchester

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iQ Students has revealed plans to create a brand-new block of student accommodation for graduates in Manchester's city centre.


1,000 Student Beds Planned for Stoke-on-Trent

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Plans have been put forward to build nearly 1,000 student flats on the former Stoke-on-Trent college in Shelton.


Research Suggests Poorer Students Less Likely to Attend University

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New research by charity Teach First has uncovered that young people in the wealthiest areas of England are 18 times more likely to go to university than those in the poorest.


Empiric Purchases Forwarded Funded Edinburgh Scheme

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Empiric Student Property has entered into a forward funded agreement for a 166-bed student development, after acquiring land with planning permission in Edinburgh.


800 Bed Sheffield Student Scheme Moves Forward

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A significant block of student accommodation in Sheffield has taken a step closer to being constructed after a deal was agreed between developers and a unnamed student accommodation provider.


Crosslane Gains Approval for Edinburgh Scheme

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Crosslane Student Developments has obtained planning permission to build an 83-bed purpose-built student accommodation block on Calton Road in Edinburgh.


Significant Riverside Sunderland Scheme Approved

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Despite objections from its neighbours, a 12-storey block of student accommodation is to be built next to a luxury riverside development in Sunderland.


Balfour Beatty Completes Glasgow Student Accommodation

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Balfour Beatty has completed the construction of the £32 million Foundry Courtyard student accommodation in Glasgow.


Acceptances for Scottish Applicants increase 1% Year-on-year

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UCAS has reported that 28,700 Scottish applications have been accepted into higher education so far this year, an increase of 1% compared to Scottish results day in 2016.