Britain is running out of beds for its students


Britain is set for a shortfall of about 29,000 purpose-built student beds in 2023, according to data compiled by StuRents, the country’s biggest student property portal. — Bloomberg

THE United Kingdom is running out of new beds for its ever-growing student population as builders cut back on construction to defend against spiralling inflation.

Britain is set for a shortfall of about 29,000 purpose-built student beds in 2023, according to data compiled by StuRents, the country’s biggest student property portal.

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