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Five PBSAs Select Novel Student for Management

Posted by Aisling Murphy in ,

CA Ventures' Novel Student has been selected to manage five premium PBSA properties across the UK


Plans for Huge PBSA Block in Sheffield Submitted

Posted by Calum Martin in ,

Plans have been submitted for a huge purpose-built student accommodation block in Sheffield which, if approved, could house almost 400 students.


Increasing Reliance on Private PBSA

Posted by Calum Martin

Analysis conducted by the research team at StuRents has revealed some interesting insights into the reliance of PBSA stock across the UK.


Student Housing Portfolio Sold by CA Ventures

Posted by Calum Martin

Real estate company CA Ventures has completed the sale of a purpose-built student accommodation portfolio, which consists of 897 beds.


Urbanite Announces JV With Prescient Capital

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Specialists in purpose-built student accommodation, Urbanite has announced a new joint venture with private equity firm Prescient Capital.


HESA Data Shows Continued Growth in Chinese Students

Posted by Calum Martin in ,

The latest HESA data has been released for the 2020/21, revealing another year of growth for Chinese domiciled students studying in the UK.


£306m Portfolio Offloaded by Unite Students

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Owners and operators of student accommodation, Unite Students, has disposed of a portfolio of 11 PBSA properties for £306m.


Student Accommodation Research: Q1-2022 Update

Posted by Calum Martin

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


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.


Is the addressable market for PBSA being exaggerated?

Posted by Richard Ward

With traditional metrics such as the student-to-bed ratio failing to consider the role HMOs play, is the PBSA sector being inflated?