Unite bounces back from pandemic in first half of 2021

Unite Students accommodation at Grand Central in Liverpool

Student accommodation giant Unite bounced back from the Covid-19 pandemic during the first six months of the year as the likelihood of a return to a normal academic year from September increased.

Net asset value per share increased 3% during the first half of 2021 to 833p as the group turned a first half pre-tax loss of £73.9m last year into a £130.4m profit.

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