Crosslane Begin Work on 614-bed Coventry Development

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Crosslane Student Developments has announced it has begun construction work on a new purpose-built student accommodation scheme in Coventry.


Newcastle's Economy Could Be Harmed by Brexit

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A report by the Higher Education Policy Institute (HEPI) suggests international students contribute nearly £700m to the North-East economy each year, supporting hundreds of jobs and businesses.


Watkin Jones CEO to Step Down

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The chief executive of Watkin Jones is to step down once a suitable successor has been found.


University of Birmingham Defends Vice-Chancellors Salary

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The University of Birmingham has defended vice-chancellor Sir David Eastwood's £439,000 a year salary suggesting the university's performance had materially improved with students having high levels of satisfaction.


REIT Snaps up Dundee Student Accommodation

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LXi REIT Plc has announced the acquisition of a long-let student accommodation scheme in Dundee for £20.25 million, reflecting a net initial yield of 6.3%.


Leicester University Reveals Plans for World-class Business School

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Leicester University is seeking to transform a Victorian building into a world-class business school.


University Bosses to Face Fair Pay Rules

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University bosses will no longer be expected to set their own salaries under a new fair-pay code announced in the wake of claims of excessive pay for vice-chancellors.


Norwich Pub to Be Developed Into Student Flats

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A former pub in Norwich is to be transformed into student accommodation after laying empty for more than two years.


Future Generation Secures £35m from Maslow Capital

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Future Generation has secured a £35m development finance deal with Maslow Capital to deliver student accommodation schemes in Sheffield and Colchester.


Arlington Adds to Its Student Accommodation Portfolio With £135 Million Acquisition

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The international investment firm Arlington, which represents Saudi and Kuwaiti investors, has acquired the operating portfolio of Study Inn for £135 million.


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