Things Looking Good for Proposed New Block in Sheffield

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A report prepared for Sheffield City Council has recommended that a new 289-bed student development be given the go-ahead in the city centre.


Student Castle Propose Huge New Skyscraper in Manchester

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Student Castle have revealed plans to build a huge new luxury student accommodation block in Manchester City Centre.


Centurion Corp Agree to Buy Nottingham Development

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Centurion Corp have agreed to buy the 133-bed Castle Gate Haus student housing development in Nottingham, for the price of £10.2 million.


Huge St Marks Scheme Faces Setback

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Plans to redevelopment St Marks in Lincoln to build more than 1,300 student bedrooms have been rejected, following criticism of its design.


Bournemouth Development Set for Approval

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Plans to build a 206-bed block of student accommodation in Bournemouth have been recommended for approval.


Crosslane Development Opens on Time

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A new block of purpose-built student accommodation has opened in Leeds ahead of the start of the academic year.


Unite Students Confirms Sale of Portfolio

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Unite Students has confirmed the disposal of 14 properties to Singapore Press Holdings.


Plans Being Drawn up for Cambridge Scheme

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Formal plans to transform the John Banks Honda dealership in Cambridge's Newmarket Road could be lodged later this year, but councillors suggest the site would be better used for affordable homes.


Pension Insurance Corporation Invests in Durham University Debt

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The specialist insurer of defined benefit pension funds, Pension Insurance Corporation plc (PIC), has invested £145m in debt issued by Durham University.


Guildford Development to Face Appeal

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Developers looking to build accommodation for more than 500 students in Guildford are appealing against the council's decision to deny it planning permission.


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