Unite posts half year profit fall but hikes dividend

Unite Students accommodation at Grand Central in Liverpool

Student accommodation giant Unite posted a 12% fall in first-half profit owing to lower property valuation gains, though its underlying earnings rose and it boosted its dividend.

Pre-tax profit for the six months to the end of June fell to £125.5m, down from £142.5m on-year.

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