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Residential Development

Surveying the UK student accommodation market
Accommodation plays a crucial role in the overall student experience and our survey, in partnership with UCAS, of 60,000 current students and new applicants gives us a new and unique insight into the market.
Big variations in city-level PBSA rental performance
Rental performance within purpose-built student accommodation markets across the UK is contingent on a host of factors, as our research shows.
Question time: Scale, quality and brand help underpin rents, says Unite
Nick Hayes, Group Property Director at Unite Students, sat down to discuss affordability, localism and the importance of brand when it comes to rental growth in the purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) market.
Rents for purpose-built student housing up 2.36% in 2019/20
Rental growth in the UK for purpose built student accommodation sector rose 2.36% in 2019/20. This compared to 2.26% the previous year. However, some areas of the market saw outperformance.
Rise in Senior Living
Knight Frank predicts the value of the the private senior living sector to increase by £2.1 billion by 2024 as supply rises by 50,000 units.
Four big themes in London residential development
Developers in London continued to operate in an uncertain environment during the second half of 2019, with Britain’s future relationship with the EU still unresolved, a relatively new Prime Minister, and a challenging planning environment.
Rural Report: Delivering a development legacy
Estate owners and farmers with land suitable for housebuilding can benefit from a long-term delivery structure. Charlie Dugdale explains how
Court ruling could affect landowners’ development plans on tenanted farmland
A recent court ruling highlights the need for constructive dialogue between landlord and tenants
UK Residential Market Update
A change of Government comes as average UK house prices continue to moderate. Meanwhile, pent-up demand is still building in prime London and country markets
A tale of two markets
Faisal Durrani, shares his observations on why we may be seeing two different markets in London; where office leasing activity has remained resilient, but activity has slowed on the investment side. 
Is housing delivery faltering in London?
We have seen the number of net additional dwellings added to London’s housing stock fall 13% in 2017/18 and the number of units that started construction in 2018 fall from the 2015 peak. Patrick Gower presents some reasons for the decline.  
UK purpose-built student accommodation market valued at more than £50bn
The UK is the second largest market for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) outside of North America. Rapid growth over the last decade means that the sector is now valued at more than $65bn (£50bn).
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