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Bournemouth PBSA Celebrates Key Milestone

clock iconCreated At:21 February, 2023
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On 17a Christchurch Road in Bournemouth, celebrations were conducted to mark the topping out of a new 206-bed PBSA by Tiger Development, Shore Construction, and Host, which are three of the biggest UK providers of student accommodation

This PBSA is situated on the Lansdowne campus of Bournemouth University. Reservations are being accepted for the academic year 2023, as the property is scheduled for completion in September.

The Lansdowne Campus university buildings are located within walking distance, and there are public transportation and bicycle paths that lead to the Talbot Campus. There will be several amenities and features, including a gym, a shared lounge, a gaming room, study areas, rooftop gardens, and an outdoor courtyard, all offered by this accommodation. 

There are 178 cluster beds and 28 studio beds spread across three tiers of buildings, with prices ranging from £175 to £235 per person weekly.

John Nesbitt, managing director at Tiger Developments and Host, said: "We are delighted to have reached this important milestone in the development of this new student accommodation for Bournemouth.” 

"We are delighted to have reached this important milestone in the development of this new student accommodation for Bournemouth." John Nesbitt, managing director at Tiger Developments, Shore Construction, and Host, said.

He then added, "This will be a fantastic place for students to live, and, in line with the increasing popularity of the town and its universities as a place to study, we are already seeing a lot of interest in the rooms.” followed by, "We look forward to completing the development later this year, at which stage our highly experienced team at Host will take over the day-to-day operation and management of the accommodation and ensure students receive a warm welcome in September."

In addition to Tiger Developments’ managing director, Shore Construction's managing director, James Hobden, commented, "The finished development in the East Cliff Conservation Area will be clad in a mixture of brick and fibre cement rain screen and incorporate a feature tower to the front elevation with fluted terracotta cladding in three different earthy colours.”

Finishing his statement strong, he says, "The building will also feature solar panels and air source heat pumps, helping it to achieve a very good BREEAM (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) sustainability rating."


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