- Brand New Student Accommodation Investment in Bristol
- 8% NET Assured Returns for 3 Years
- Ideally Situated near Main University Campuses
- Fully Furnished Studio Apartments
- Hands Off, Fully Managed Investment
- High Spec Finish Throughout, Communal Gardens, Lounge, Games Room, Laundry Room
- ‘Bristol recently crowned the ‘Best Place to Live in Britain’ (The Sunday Times, 2017)
- Huge Under-Supply In Student Accommodation Coupled With High Increases in Student Numbers
This brand new student accommodation is situated in the north east of Bristol city centre, within walking distance to both of Bristol’s universities, the train station and all local amenities.
The fully managed development comprises of three floors and 78 fully furnished high-spec studio apartments offering a comfortable and secure home for students. It features a communal lounge, game room, and gardens and provides a high security standard supplying CCTV, an entrance foyer and secure fob access.
‘I recently visited Bristol with my colleague Michael. It is such a beautiful city – I straight away noticed the character imbued in the city; boasting cobble stone side streets, historic Georgian buildings, and the stunning River Avon (perfect for those long weekend strolls). Bristol is also very easy to get around on foot and by bus.
The city is famous for its large student population – and is full of trendy cafes, restaurants, artisan shops and galleries. It is a great place to relax, or in the case of being a student, ‘hang out’. It really feels like the perfect place to live.’
Jean Liggett, Managing Director
Bristol, the capital of the south west region, embodies one of Britain’s major investment destination. Regeneration projects, such as the £500 million shopping centre Cabot Circus as well as the Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, have turned the city into an economic hub. In additon, Bristol is one of the primary employment centres for banking, finance and insurance in the UK.
Besides its economic success, Bristol is culture hotspot. The city is internationally renowned for its vibrant nightlife, stunning architecture, innovative art scene and cultural diversity. In addition, the city manages to uphold its alternative approach, particularly with regards to the local environment.
The preservation and creation of green spaces and cycling lanes demonstrates a core factor in Bristol’s urban development. Hence, the city was named European Green Capital in 2015 and 2017. Moreover, two top UK universities are located in Bristol, the University of Bristol and the University of the West of England.
“South West city of Bristol recently crowned the ‘Best Place to Live in Britain’ for its proximity to seaside, scenery and impressive schools.”
The Sunday Times annual ‘Best Places to Live’ 2017 list
The vibrant lifestyle, economic well-being and pool of opportunities in Bristol attract high numbers of students coupled with a huge under-supply in accomodation. Bristol University is ranked 8th amongst universities in the UK and is expected to grow by 30% over the next decade.
The city is currently home to around 51,000 students. At the moment, public student accommodation is only available for 7,000 students – hence why investment in the private accomodation sector embodies an excellent capital growth opportunity.
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As well as being members of the London Chamber of Commerce, the AIPP and covered by the Property Ombudsman Scheme, we are also an official contributor to the 2017 Parliamentary Review thanks to the RT Hons Philip Hammond’s – Chancellor of the Ex-Chequer’s – kind invitation for our participation. The occasion was marked with an annual gala hosted by the BBC’s Andrew Neil at the Palace of Westminster in October 2017, which we thoroughly enjoyed attending.