Yorkshire based student living operator – Nurtur Student Living – has been selected as ‘Best Small Operator’ finalist in the latest Global Student Living survey. Direct feedback from students placed the operator above the industry benchmarks, resulting in the nomination.
Nominated as a finalist amongst some large industry names, the winners of the awards will be announced at the Global Student Living Live conference later this year.
When asked to score the overall management of the operator, 86% of respondents selected very good/good. 66% agreed there is a strong sense of community, and 69% stated there was a positive impact on their wellbeing at home in Nurtur Student Living buildings – both are figures higher than average benchmarks.
With a focus on the health and wellbeing of its residents, Nurtur Student Living creates spaces for students to learn and thrive, and environments that feel safe and fun through its careful design and planning and its community-feel and busy events calendar.
The communal spaces in Nurtur’s buildings are particularly popular with residents, with 87% rating the facilities as very good/good – including a roof top terrace, cinema room and onsite gymnasium.
“Recognition at the Global Student Living Awards is another outstanding achievement for the team. The Nurtur Team live and breathe our high standards, which has come to light with the incredible feedback received from Nurtur residents.”Mark Robinson, Managing Director, Nurtur Student Living
Operational for only two years, Nurtur Student Living is a student accommodation operator, set up as part of parent company, Fraser Morgan’s health and wellbeing student-living offer. The company’s head office is based in Huddersfield, West Yorkshire.
Nurtur Student Living currently has student properties in Sheffield and Preston. Nurtur House in Sheffield is a 288-bed studio-only building with amenities including roof and ground level gardens, large communal areas, a get together facility for cooking events and nights in watching movies, a cinema room and a gymnasium.
Canterbury Hall in Preston was acquired by Nurtur in 2021. The 191-bed scheme offers fully furnished studios, and has recently undergone a refurbishment of social spaces to revamp the cinema room, rooftop garden, home room, study areas and games room.