This academic year, we have opened five new properties in Aberdeen, Coventry, London and Portsmouth, creating more than 3,000 beds for students.

In the pipeline

The Unite Students' development pipeline extends until 2021, which will create a further 8,000 beds for students.

By September 2017

  • Salisbury Court, Edinburgh: (Wholly owned), 581 beds
  • St Lukes View, Liverpool: (Wholly owned), 776 beds
  • Beech House, Oxford; (Wholly owned), 146 beds
  • Millennium View, Coventry: (Wholly owned), 371 beds
  • The Old Printworks, Edinburgh: (Wholly owned), 237 beds

By September 2018

  • Newgate Court, Newcastle (Wholly owned), 575 beds
  • Brunel House, Bristol (Wholly owned), 246 beds
  • Chaucer House, Portsmouth (Wholly owned), 484 beds
  • Old Hospital, Durham (USAF), 363 beds
  • Houghall College, Durham (USAF), 222 beds
  • St Vincent's, Sheffield (Wholly owned), 598 beds
  • International House, Birmingham (Wholly owned), 586 beds

By September 2019

  • Skelhorne, Liverpool (Wholly owned), 1,085 beds
  • Cowley, Oxford: (Wholly owned), 885 beds
  • Battery Pack (USAF), 418 beds

By September 2020

  • Constitution Street, Aberdeen (Wholly owned), 600 beds
  • Tower North, Leeds (Wholly owned), 1,019 beds
  • New Wakefield Street, Manchester (Wholly owned), 603 beds
  • Old BRI, Bristol (Wholly owned), 751 beds

By September 2021

  • Middlesex Street, London: (Wholly owned), 1000 beds

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