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Life of Riley For Students in Bournemouth

Posted by Matthew Goddard in , ,

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.


Canterbury Regeneration Scheme Moves Forward

Posted by Richard Ward in

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


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

Posted by Matthew Goddard in , ,

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 Bath Move Forward With New Institute

Posted by Richard Ward in ,

The University of Bath has chosen Rydon to deliver its Institute for Advanced Automotive Propulsion Systems.


Unite Group Have Confirmed That They Are In Advanced Talks To Acquire Liberty Living

Posted by Matthew Goddard in , ,

Unite Group, the largest student accommodation provider in the UK, is in advanced talks with Liberty's sole shareholder, Canada Pension Plan Investment Board regarding a potential acquisition.


88 Bed Block In Exeter Comes At The Cost Of A 300 Year Old Pub

Posted by Matthew Goddard in

A new development is underway in Exeter to construct a four storey block and provide 88 beds for future students of the university but it comes at the cost of demolishing a 300-year-old pub.


Ban Student Cars Suggest Bath's Locals

Posted by Richard Ward in

A recent poll has suggested that refusing planning applications without adequate parking and banning students from bringing cars into the city are among the most popular measures to reduce parking congestion in Bath.


Collegiate Secures Italian Funding

Posted by Richard Ward in

Collegiate AC has secured funding from Proprium Capital Partners as part of a joint-venture to develop student accommodation assets in Italy.


Unite Group Receives Planning Permission For Development In London

Posted by Matthew Goddard in , ,

Unite Group is the UK largest student accommodation provider and has just received planning permission for another 913 beds the country's capital.


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