Most Outstanding award for Nurtur Student Living

Student accommodation operator Nurtur Student Living is awarded the Most Outstanding Small PBSA Operator in the North of England award.

Nurtur Student Living team – Huddersfield office | PBSA News
Nurtur Student Living team – Huddersfield office.

Nurtur Student Living has been awarded the Most Outstanding Small PBSA Operator in the North of England award, from the Real Estate & Property Awards with BUILD Magazine. The aim of the awards is to give recognition to the key professionals of this ever evolving industry. It id open to everybody within the industry from buyers to finance, maintenance to management and more.

Nominations for awards are submitted anonymously, before a judging panel casts their final judgement. Winners are selected based on a vast number of criteria, including testimonials, performance, growth and significant innovations within the business.

Following Nurtur’s award win as the Best Small Operator at the Global Student Living Live conference in London last month, and a shortlist recognising the company’s student health and wellbeing initiative, this further strengthens the operator’s leading performance in the industry. In the last few weeks, Nurtur has had a trio of award recognitions. Winners for the Health and Wellbeing award will be announced at Property Week’s Student Accommodation Awards ceremony in London next week.

“We are delighted to receive so much recognition as a leading PBSA Operator; the last few years have been both difficult and extremely rewarding.

“The team is looking forward to another trip to the big smoke next month, where our wellbeing focus is in the spotlight – the Nurtur Student Living team is a force to be reckoned with!”

Emma Young, Director of Sales and Operations, Nurtur Student Living

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 operator currently manages properties in Sheffield and Preston.

Nurtur House, Sheffield is a 288-bed studio-only building featuring a roof garden and ground level garden, large communal areas, a get together facility for cooking events and nights in watching movies, cinema room and a gymnasium.

Canterbury Hall, 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.