Student accommodation provider – Student Roost – releases images of its latest property in Nottingham. The CGI images of the Deakins Place development, which forms part of a new Nottingham Student Quarter, show various places for students to study, socialise and exercise.
Deakins Place is expected to open by the start of the 2022/23 academic year. Images of the scheme reveal a gym and yoga studio, TV lounges, quiet study rooms and a hosting kitchen. In other Student Roost properties across the UK where it includes hosting kitchens, local restaurants and chefs have been invited to run free classes or cooking demonstrations as a way of celebrating local businesses and teaching residents new culinary skills.
Deakins Place is close to the University of Nottingham’s Jubilee campus and next to established accommodation – Nottingham Two – also run by Student Roost. The company is using the new property to create the Nottingham Student Quarter on the West side of the city, with newly-landscaped courtyard areas between and around the buildings.
Alongside the new Deakins Place purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) scheme, Student Roost is taking the opportunity to fully refurbish all the social, study and leisure spaces and many of the flats in Nottingham Two – to ensure it keeps up with its new younger sister. Works on the refurbishment is expected to complete by the end of August this year.
The CGI image of Nottingham Two show new lounge and study spaces. There is also a more welcoming reception area, and plans for refurbishing rooms and shared kitchens inside flats.
Deakins Place is the latest Student Roost property in Nottingham. In January 2022, residents moved into Student Roost’s York House property in the city centre. Adjacent to the Nottingham Trent University campus, and with rooms for 472 students, the new accommodation features a high-end gym, luxury courtyards, games lounges and study spaces.
When Deakins Place completes the Nottingham Student Quarter development later this year, Student Roost will provide homes for over 3,100 students across the city.
“We’re really excited to share these new photos of what the Nottingham Student Quarter will look like, with a brand-new building in Deakins Place, but also major investment in its sister property, Nottingham Two.
“We’re proud of the strong relationships we’ve built with the universities in the city, and that so many Nottingham students choose us for their home during their studies.”Jason Andrews, Director of Operations, Student Roost