Nottingham’s The Island Quarter has revealed new CGIs showcasing the brand new student accommodation development – Winfield Court – that is set to welcome students in 2024. The scheme is the second phase of the site to be developed, with bookings now being taken for September 2024 cohorts.
“With Nottingham facing an expected shortfall of 7,000 student beds in the coming years, we’re excited to be able to support our thriving student community with high quality housing while they study in the city.
“Winfield Court will provide the highest quality student accommodation and will be an excellent addition to The Island Quarter with plenty of entertainment, relaxation, and future employment opportunities for them, including Binks Yard, which is already open and hosting exciting events year-round.”Christopher Ware, Property Director, The Island Quarter
The scheme – which will be managed by accommodation provider Fresh – is open to both University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University students.
Winfield Court prices range from £191 – £310 and consists of studios and ensuite options with all bills included. Amenities include multi-media lounges, co-working spaces, communal gaming zones and quiet areas for study and relaxation.
“Opening our bookings to Nottingham’s newest student provision and our onsite marketing suite is a key milestone in the development of this accommodation. We already have an established presence in Nottingham, but to be part of such a key development for the city on The Island Quarter is a fantastic opportunity to provide students with an area to live, work and socialise with so many amenities on their doorstep.”Mark Cordin, Head of Divisional Operations – Central Region, Fresh
The Island Quarter is a mixed-use development considered unique not just for Nottingham, but for the Midlands and the UK. The 36-acre site will be transformed to bring new homes, grade A office space, creative spaces, a lifestyle hotel, PRS apartments and co-working space, retail units, a ‘linear’ park, vibrant community and event space, and the Winfield Court student accommodation scheme to the city.
The Island Quarter site was purchased in 2016 by The Conygar Investment Company PLC. The development is a vital part of the regeneration of Nottingham’s Southside and the developers are working closely with Nottingham City Council to align with its vision for the city.
The Conygar Investment Company PLC is an AIM quoted property investment and development group dealing primarily in UK property. The group aims to invest in property assets where it can add significant value using its property management, development and transaction structuring skills.