Good-quality student residential accommodation is now essential for higher-education institutions if they are to attract students in an increasingly competitive market. In common with many other recent projects in the higher-education sector, the new student accommodation at Buckinghamshire University College Newland Park campus has its roots in an estate strategy study carried out in 1993. At that time the college had only 520 student bedrooms for a total population equivalent to 6000 ...
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