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Centurion Proposes Purchase of Nottingham PBSA

Posted by Aisling Murphy

Centurion have announced their proposed acquisition of a 103-Bed PBSA in Nottingham

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.

Indian Students in the UK Dramatically Increase

Posted by Calum Martin in

The latest HESA data reveals strong growth in Indian domiciled students studying in the UK.

Student Accommodation Acquired Out of Administration

Posted by Calum Martin

A stalled student accommodation project in Newcastle-under-Lyme has been acquired out of administration

HESA Data Shows Continued Student Growth

Posted by Richard Ward

The latest data from HESA shows full-time student numbers continued to increase despite the pandemic.

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.

Concerns Over Use of Student PBSA in Staffordshire

Posted by Calum Martin

Councillors have voiced concerns over the use of a PBSA block in Newcastle-under-Lyme, of which some flats have been let out to non-students.

Agency Reports Surge in Newcastle HMO Demand

Posted by Richard Ward in

Newcastle-based Walton Robinson has suggested that demand for student accommodation is at an all-time high.

Student Accommodation Research: Q2-2021 Market Update

Posted by Richard Ward

In the last quarter planning application activity was subdued, with relatively few new schemes put forward. Meanwhile, international demand for PBSA remains sluggish, albeit interest has started to increase in recent months. This is in stark contrast to HMOs, with demand for this accommodation type going from strength to strength.

Adderstone and iQ to Build Newcastle Campus

Posted by Richard Ward in

Adderstone Group has agreed on a deal with iQ Student Accommodation to build 1,390 student beds in a self-contained campus in Newcastle.