Student accommodation is changing

Discussion in 'Society, Culture and Politics' started by Jezza, Nov 21, 2017.

  1. Jezza

    Jezza Regular Member

    For want of space, the year I retired back in 213; DMU were putting some first year's up in M1 Motorway hotels and busing them in.
  2. Welsh dragon

    Welsh dragon Senior Member Staff Member

    My granddaughter is studying at Aberysrwyth Uni and staying in student accomodation. The whole of the seafront at Aber seems to specialise in flats, bedsits for students. I have to say though that a lot of them are reasonably priced. The cost for my granddaughter is £700 per term for a 1 bed flat,with her own bathroom and shared kitchen.

    Cardiff is the capital of Wales though, so that is a factor in the price of places i daresay.
  3. pubrunner

    pubrunner Active Member

    That's very reasonable !

    My oldest is paying £700 per month . . . in Edinburgh.
  4. Welsh dragon

    Welsh dragon Senior Member Staff Member

    Blimey. Then again Edinburgh. Aber is quite a small seaside town, not in the same league .
  5. Welsh dragon

    Welsh dragon Senior Member Staff Member

    My gramdaughter has just moved into a completely seperate flat of her own in the same building that her previous accomodation is in. She hated the fact that she was the only person who cleaned the kitchen. It was all rather gross, so a proper flat with kitchen/livimg room, bedroom, bathroom all in including poll tax, heating and lighting, tv license, and broadband is £150 per week. All she has to do is buy food. And after the floods in Aberystwyth last year, they have beem completely re decorated and flood proofed. It is beautiful flat i must say.
  6. JenniferSmithM

    JenniferSmithM New Member

    I’ve been living in a student house that I found through this online provider: student accommodation Plymouth. And from what I noticed (and read online), the student accommodation sector does remain strong as student number also increases. I can’t exactly describe the situation here in our city, but it looks like the demand for student accommodation is also growing. And I think this is actually a good thing, especially for students like me as we’ll have more options to choose from when we need such accommodations.
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