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New Birmingham Site Fully Let

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Torsion Group has completed the development of a 290-bed PBSA scheme in Birmingham dubbed Toybox.


Scottish Universities Need More Government Money

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Universities in Scotland have said they need more money from the government to ensure a more stable financial footing.


Liverpool Students Face an Anxious Wait

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Students in Liverpool have been informed just hours before arrival that their new block of student accommodation was not ready.


Howard Osborne Handover Cambridge Scheme

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Howard Osborne LLP has handed over Mount Pleasant Halls to St Edmund's College in Cambridge after completing the development.


Hundreds of Beds Planned for Glasgow

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Qdos Glasgow Ltd has submitted plans to build new student accommodation in the centre of Glasgow.


Delayed PBSA Scheme Leaves Students Scrambling for Accommodation

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Students in Portsmouth have been forced to stay in alternative accommodation after a £30m block of accommodation wasn’t finished in time for the start of term.


Councillors Reject Derby Scheme

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Councillors have decided to reject plans to build student accommodation in Derby due to concerns over air quality.


Oxford Tops Latest University League Table

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Oxford University has been ranked as the best university in the annual Times Higher Education world rankings for the fourth year in a row.


Unite Group’s Latest Trading Update

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The latest trading statement from Unite Group says the student intake for 2019-20 is expected to be in line with the record levels seen over the past years with growth in University cities where Unite operators.


Bristol University Offer Accommodation in Wales After Running Out of Beds

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Bristol University has been offering students accommodation in Wales after running out of room at its own halls.


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