Octopus Property Provides Finance for Bristol Scheme

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Octopus Property is financing a new student housing development in Bristol City Centre.


Mydeposits Chief Criticises Which? Report

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The chief executive of mydeposits has criticised a Which? report calling for reform of the deposit protection system.


New Era Developments Secure Funds Worth £27m

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Sheffield-based New Era Developments has secured £27m in funding from Barclays to support its continued growth in student accommodation.


Russell Group Head Wants Maintenance Grants Restored

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The head of Russell Group universities has called for maintenance grants to be reinstated to help improve diversity in higher education.


Countrywide outlook uncertain

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Countrywide's latest earnings report sends shares plummeting as Directors announce plans to raise £140m from investors


Unite Group Reports Continued Growth in Its Portfolio Valuations

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The Unite Group has released its latest trading statement for the period ending 30 June, reporting continued growth in its portfolio valuations.


Northridge Capital Acquire Roman House in Derby

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Northridge Capital has purchased the student accommodation Roman House in Derby from Catalyst Capital for £8.6m.


Students Protest Over Cost of Living

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Durham University students have staged a protest about the proposed increase in the cost of accommodation.


Parliamentary Committee Attacks Tuition Fee System

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A parliamentary committee has branded the current tuition fees system for England's universities as a rip off, which represents poor value for money for taxpayers.


Peritus Complete Refinancing of True Glasgow Scheme

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Peritus Corporate Finance has completed the refinancing of a 592-bed student scheme in Glasgow's West End with a total facility of more than £40m.


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