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Plans to freeze tuition fees at £9,250 and raise the repayment threshold to £25,000 have been announced by Theresa May, ahead of a speech at the Conservative Party Conference in Manchester later today.
Student accommodation is known for being basic and let’s face it, not stylish at all. Some will complain but at the end of the day, it’s a blank canvas for you to customise as you wish!
Gregor Smith speaks to Shelly Asquith, newly elected NUS Vice President Welfare, about how she plans to tackle the various emerging crises in student welfare under a majority Conservative government.
Local legislation that would see restrictions imposed on the number of properties converted to student homes still has an uncertain future.
Subsidiary landlords for one of Lincoln’s student accommodation giants, ClubEasy, have fallen into administration after going bankrupt, affecting more than 170 students.
The University of Lincoln Students’ Union held its housing fayre yesterday – just a day after the NUS had issued advice “not to rush into renting too early”.
The recent request by the West End Residents’ Association (WERA) to implement an Article 4 Direction in their area has received significant media coverage. Committee member and West End resident Rob Lewis explains the reasoning behind their request for an Article 4 Direction in Lincoln.
Members of the West End Residents Association committee have spoken out about why they want tighter planning regulations in the city.
Residents of Lincoln’s West End voiced their anger at students living in the area at a meeting this week, Oliver Winston reports.
Despite stating in January that restrictions on student housing and other multiple occupancy households were “unlikely to happen”, now SU President Brian Alcorn is having to deal with the issue of an Article Four direction again.