The scheme is located in the heart of Liverpool and is a 5 minute walk from the University of Liverpool and Liverpool John Moores University. Strong demand expected from all students, especially postgraduates and overseas students.
Offering a variety of accommodation units, from cluster bedrooms to studios, offering choice for post graduate and older students, at a variety of price points. The plans to invest £1bn to expand Liverpools Knowledge Quarter isto create a 1.8million sq ft science, health and technology hub, attracting world class companies and reinforcing Liverpool's reputation as a global leader in medicine and technology. The expansion of the Knowledge Quarter is expected to be a major draw for international students with The University of Liverpool already having over 34% international students compared to a UK average of 25%.
Why invest in student property?
- uk's best performing asset class.
- £3.1 billion invested in the sector in 2016.
- Increased demand from overseas investors.
- 2.3 million students are in higher education in the UK.
- £3.1 billion invested in 2016.
- 424,000 places were offered on results day in 2016, up by 3% on the previous year (ucas).
- Overseas investors contributed £1.49 billion in UK transactions in 2016.
- 40% of global student transactions have been carried out cross-border.
- Overseas buyers likely to dominate the market in 2017.
- Student property became a global powerhouse in 2015/2016.
- The uk's market has room to grow with only 24% of students housed in purpose-built
- Globally mobile students are underpinning the demand for purpose-built student housing.
The main entrance to the development is located in the link between the two blocks. Block B will house most of the communal areas, student lobby, communal living room, games areas, gym, as well as reception staff office, WC/changing rooms and a refuse store. Block B will provide a welcoming entrance to the development and an active frontage to Norton Street. In addition to the communal B will include some studio accommodation.
Block A includes a communal dining room, meeting facilities, laundry room, a refuse store for the student accommodation, plant room, sub-station and some studio accommodation to the rear In the middle of the development volumes, there is a provate communal courtyard for the socialization and the leisure of the students and residents.
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