Deloitte maps space in student cribs

The number of purpose-built student bed spaces in each region of the UK in 2013-14, how much they cost on average per week and the number of full-time students in 2011-12 are shown here

November 28, 2013

The diagram also illustrates the ratio between students and bed spaces, a measure of extra capacity for new accommodation, according to Student Housing 2013: The Evolving Market, a report released last week by Deloitte Real Estate.

The map uses data from Deloitte’s student housing database and the Higher Education Statistics Agency.

Source: Deloitte Real Estate, Student Housing 2013: The Evolving Market

david.matthews@tsleducation.com

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