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Chester Plans Superseded?

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Plans to build hundreds of student beds in Chester may have been ditched in favour of building a new hotel.


Oxford Scheme Faces Objections From Historians

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Historians have raised concerns over the loss of Oxford’s medieval core, due to plans to knock down two buildings, which will be replaced by student accommodation.


Brighton Scheme Faces Uncertain Future

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The locals of Brighton have been divided over plans to build almost 400 new student bedrooms.


Fresh Student Living Launch Norwich Showroom

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Fresh Student Living has launched their first showroom at the Benedict's Gate residence in Norwich.


Study Inn Acquires Leicester Site

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Study Inn has reportedly acquired Reynard House in Leicester for an undisclosed sum.


More Accommodation Coming to Cardiff

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More student accommodation is coming to Cardiff after Experience Invest announced plans to build a new block of purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) in the heart of the city.


Universities Minister Calls for Action Over Unfinished Accommodation

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The universities minister Chris Skidmore has called a summit to address the issue of unfinished student accommodation.


Future Generation Secures Planning Consent

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Future Generation has secured planning permission for a new student development in Cambridge.


Alumno Group and Curlew Capital Strike Norwich Deal

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A deal has been reached between Alumno Group and Curlew Capital on the development of new student accommodation in Norwich.


Unite Enters Nominations Agreement with the University of Leeds

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Unite Group has entered into a nominations agreement with the University of Leeds for a period of 30-years, covering its White Rose View development. The agreement covers 559 of the 976 beds due to be delivered, which will become operational in time for the 2020-21 academic year.


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