The private sector now makes up over half of all student accommodation if on-campus partnership bed spaces are counted as ‘private sector’ beds, according to data from Cushman & Wakefield released at Property Week’s Student Accommodation Conference.
The National Planning Policy Framework’s (NPPF’s) affordable housing recommendations came under fire during a panel on ‘making BTR work for the social housing sector’ at this year’s Homes UK in London’s Olympia last Thursday.
With the flexible workspace sector undergoing continual rapid growth in 2018, chief executive John Spencer tells Property Week how Landmark professional workspaces are differentiated and his expectations for the future of the sector.
JLL and Property Week discuss the challenges and opportunities facing the fast-growing student sector.
Rebecca Paddick asks two sector experts, what are the latest trends in student living, and how well is higher education meeting demand?
Some of the biggest names in international student accommodation have been lined up to speak at Property Week’s Student Accommodation event, which takes place on 12 December at the InterContinental London – The O2.
The student accommodation sector is at an important juncture and we’re set to debate the key issues…in 280 characters.
Conference explored how the sector is responding to a rapidly ageing population and a weak housing market
Tech’s role in meeting tenants’ needs was key theme at Mipim PropTech NYC event
On the ground at Mapic 2018 in Cannes, Colliers International’s Robert Hargreaves gives Property Week insights on what’s on the minds of this year’s delegates.