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Term-Time Accommodation Trends

Posted by Aisling Murphy in , ,

The StuRents research team has analysed the latest data covering term-time accommodation of undergraduate students to reveal some interesting trends.

Third PBSA Scheme in the Works for Harrison Street JV

Posted by Calum Martin

Investment management firm Harrison Street is set to develop its third UK PBSA scheme in Nottingham in a joint venture with Torsion Developments

Lincoln Student Housing Scheme Given the Green Light

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Despite objections by the University of Lincoln, a purpose-built student housing scheme on Firth Road has been granted permission by the local council

New Housing Plans in Lincoln Objected by University

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Concerns have been raised by the University of Lincoln over plans for a new student accommodation scheme in the city.

Student Accommodation Research: Q1-2022 Update

Posted by Calum Martin in

PBSA in the UK continued to show strong growth in Q1-2022. Meanwhile, planning application activity saw a slight decline year-on-year.

Bus Service Cancelled for New Lincoln Accommodation

Posted by Aisling Murphy in , ,

Councillors have removed the requirement for the 293-bed Lincoln accommodation to provision an additional bus service

Student Flats Set for Former Hotel Site in Glasgow

Posted by Calum Martin

Developer IconInc has announced plans for 140 luxury student flats in Finnieston Glasgow on the former Lorne Hotel site.

Dundee Revealed as the Cheapest City for Students

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

A new study into the affordability of cities across the UK has revealed that the University of Dundee is the cheapest place to be a student.

We Are Kin Set for Expansion

Posted by Richard Ward in

We Are Kin, the HMO focused student accommodation provider, has joined forces with Moorfield Group to build a 1,000-bed portfolio as it aims to raise standards in the sector.

City of Lincoln Considers Housing Strategy

Posted by Richard Ward in

The City of Lincoln Council has estimated that the need for student housing will be greatly reduced by 2026.