Student lettings specialist, FHP Student Living has moved into a new retail unit on Shakespeare Street in the centre of Nottingham, following an increased demand for its student accommodation services in the city.
The new cutting edge office is a welcome expansion for the FHP Student Living team as they look to further establish themselves as the leading provider of luxury student accommodation in the city, alongside its already successful sales and lettings offering at Weekday Cross in the Lace Market and West Bridgford.
The new office will be home to four members of the Student Living team. The space, which has a shop frontage to Shakespeare Street, also contains a large mezzanine overlooking the office as an exclusive consultation space.
The 2016/17 year has been a successful one for the business, with the employment of a number of new members of staff and also promotions within the department, with Jonty Green taking on the role of Head of FHP Student Living.
Commenting on the office, David Hargreaves, founding Director of FHP, said:
“With an increase in demand for top end student accommodation from students at both The University of Nottingham and Nottingham Trent University, an added focus seems to be on properties that are in the city centre, so it is the perfect time to be moving into a new office, especially one that is so central and located on the same street as Nottingham Trent University’s City Campus.
“Its position on the route from the NTU campus to the Intu Victoria Centre puts FHP in the prime location for student accommodation, enhancing the service we provide to our landlord and investor clients”
FHP Student Living is expecting its busiest season so far in terms of student lettings. Demand has been particularly high at Hydrogen, the luxury studios in the centre of Nottingham and also Varsity, its accommodation offering in Clifton.
“We are constantly expanding our portfolio of properties in Nottingham so that we can provide the best student accommodation possible. We have noticed an increase in students moving towards the city centre in order to get closer to the amenities, and gain easier access to university with students at The University of Nottingham taking advantage of the tram link more and more.
“FHP Student Living continue to grow, and in three years have gone from having just 50 beds available to now having 1000, with us expecting this to double in the next few years. We have a new development which is set to transform the student living market. The boutique hotel style development called Nova on Talbot Street will include a cinema room, gymnasium and big event rooms.”
For more information on FHP Student Living visit http://www.fhpliving.co.uk/students/