Operated by fresh student living, Caledon was completed as part of a wider portfolio sale. Caledon comprises 199 bedspaces opposite the Robert Gordon university campus in Aberdeen
The project comprised the retention of a listed former linen mill facade and delivery of 317 student bedspaces with landscaped courtyard areas, common spaces and a retail unit.
The project is a proposed student residence development with ancillary uses in the North West area of Sheffield city centre, near the University of Sheffield International College and to the West of Sheffield Cathedral and North West of Sheffield City Hall. The site offers excellent accessibility to Sheffield City Centre and also to major arterial routes and associated transportation infrastructure and is within walking distance of both the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University. The current accommodation schedule comprises 543 bed spaces (69 studios, 17 one bed apartments & 457 clusters). The site measures 3274 m2, and has adjacencies to the University of Sheffield
The project consists of the construction of 492 bedroomed student accommodation buildings. Which consists of two blocks of concrete frame construction joined together by a single storey link building. One block being 17 storeys and the other 11 storeys high, together with ancillary and communal facilities, landscaping and car parking.
Construction of a 27-storey tower block, with a conjoined 10-storey block, with these two blocks standing above the central amenity space and 2 No retail areas at ground floor. The development overall provides 477 student beds over multiple storeys, together with communal and ancillary facilities. In addition to the main student use, there are two commercial/retail units on the ground floor level. These are separate from the student accommodation and will be provided on a shell-only basis for potential occupiers. Further to this the development incorporates an Alcohol Treatment Centre (ATC). The scheme will also include 4 duplex apartments for private rent or sale. The scheme is currently the tallest completed building in Cardiff.
This project is a Student Accommodation development with ancillary uses, located just outside Bath City Centre. The development comprises of 108 Studios, comprising of 94 student accommodations and 14 key worker affordable homes, incorporating common room, laundry, refuse store, plant room, cycle store, external landscaped areas, management suite, lift to all floors and cleaner cupboard storage. The site is situated on the North Bank of the River Avon immediately adjacent to the re-constructed Destructor Bridge, the new important “Gateway” to the Bath Western Riverside. It was an extremely difficult build with shared access with the Argos Superstore built over deep 5m drainage culverts and the building had to be built in 2 halves due to the constraints of the site.
Fresh Property Group has launched a brand new corporate website.
Covering both student and build to rent markets with Fresh Student Living and Five Nine Living, they currently have 15,000 units within 55 schemes in the UK and Ireland.
Please visit freshpg.com
Fresh Property Group picked up ‘Operator of the Year’ award at Property Weeks Student Accommodation Awards in London on the 12th Dec. As well as being nominated for The Shield, Newcastle for ‘Student Residence of the Year and Keith Farrel nominated for ‘Unsung Hero’
A fantastic achievement and a very well done to all of the FPG team.
The first section of the tower crane is going up on site today!
We have a great view taken from a drone of Bagot Street, Birmingham!