Student Housing Conference: The future of university accommodation
The UK has more university students than ever before, with 1.7 million young people now in full-time higher education. Universities spend £1.3 billion to maintain existing student accommodation while investors spent a further £3.1 billion in 2016 funding development projects to meet this growing demand.
Despite the recent success in the sector, concerns have been raised that the vote to leave the European Union and changes to student finance could see a drop in student numbers. Increased scrutiny over student wellbeing means universities are focusing on providing the highest standards in comfort and security. Fire safety, crime reduction and positive mental wellbeing are all key considerations. With universities seeing a cut in Government spending, originations are looking to drive efficiencies and make additional revenue from their accommodation assets outside of term time.
Join us for the Student Housing Conference where leading experts will discuss the changing face of university accommodation. Understand how Brexit and Government policy will affect student numbers, how the latest technology is shaping the future of student living and how your organisation can make the most of opportunities in the student housing sector.
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