Student Accommodation News

Dublin's Latest Student Accommodation

Posted by Matthew Goddard

Fresh Student Living has just thrown open its doors to the student population of Dublin. This site in Dublin 8 will provide students in the city with an extra 276-bed spaces.


Cambridge Receives £30 million Boost to HLRI

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The Minister for Universities Chris Skidmore has announced a £30 million award to the University of Cambridge to support the new Heart and Lung Research Institute (HLRI).


New Agri-robotics Centre to Be Developed in Lincoln

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The UK's first global centre of excellence in agri-robotics research will be created at the University of Lincoln, with Government providing a significant grant.


Life of Riley For Students in Bournemouth

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New high-quality student accommodation is opening in Bournemouth this September. It features a dinner party room, a fitness suite, a club lounge, a cinema room, and a games room and is situated in the town centre.


Surge in Chinese Applicant Numbers

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The number of Chinese students applying to study at UK universities has increased by 30% since last year, with numbers exceeding those from Northern Ireland for the first time.


Canterbury Regeneration Scheme Moves Forward

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A multi-million regeneration project in Canterbury took a major step forward after developers exchanged contracts with the council.


A Successful Empire

Posted by Matthew Goddard in

Empiric Student Property PLC has confirmed that its operating margin is expected to be above 67% with operational costs of less than £10 million and dividend cover of 85%.


United We Stand

Posted by Matthew Goddard in ,

Unite Group has bought Liberty Living in a £1.2 billion pound deal. Liberty living, another of the UK’s biggest student accommodation providers, was valued, on the 31st of May, at £2.2 billion and consists of 24,021 beds.


York House Given Go-Ahead To Be Converted To Ten Storey Student Accommodation Block

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The former site of york house has been given the go-ahead to be revived and converted to student accommodation. The plans rejected by councillors and criticised by locals were approved yesterday after previously called a monolith.


University of Birmingham to Create New Mental Health Service

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The University of Birmingham has been awarded an Office for Students (OfS) grant to setup and deliver a new early intervention student mental health service.


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