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Student Accommodation Research: PBSA grows by 2.2%

Posted by Calum Martin in

The rate of growth in PBSA has continued to fall for the third consecutive year following a slowdown in planning activity.


Corvette Capital and Crown Student Living Enter JV

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Corvette Capital has made its first venture into the PBSA market, partnering with Crown Student Living.


EQT Exeter Completes Purchase of PBSA Portfolio

Posted by Calum Martin in , , ,

EQT Exeter has completed the purchase of a prime PBSA Portfolio, comprised of five purpose-built student accommodation assets.


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.


JV Launched Between Bricks and Tristan in £400m Deal

Posted by Calum Martin in , ,

Six UK PBSA assets have been sold by property specialists Bricks Group in a £400m joint venture with a fund managed by Tristan Capital Partners


Swansea Pub to Become 72-Bed Student Accommodation

Posted by Aisling Murphy in ,

Work is expected to begin to covert former pub 'Cape Horner' on Fabian Way, Swansea, into a 72-bed student accommodation


Bricks Group Confirm Contractor for Swansea Scheme

Posted by Richard Ward in

Claritas Group has been named as the contractor on a £50m student accommodation project in Swansea following the collapse of Create Construction.


Contractor Enters Administration

Posted by Richard Ward in

Construction work on a purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) block in Swansea has ground to a halt after contractors went into administration.


Swansea Scheme Granted Permission

Posted by Richard Ward in

Plans to build 370 units of purpose-built student accommodation in Swansea have been given the green light.


Fresh Enters Agreement to Manage the Oldway Centre

Posted by Richard Ward

Fresh and Midos Group have formally entered into their first management agreement.