Tag Archives: student accommodation
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.
University of Lincoln students were given the opportunity to ask questions about the Brayford Pool campus masterplan. John Fernandez reports.
The personal details of almost 700 current University of Lincoln students are publicly available online. Michael Passingham reports.
Lincolnshire Police have offered some advice to students following the theft of a laptop from a ground floor bedroom. John Fernandez reports.
As space ran out in the city, we speak to the people living in cabins who tell us what life is really like inside them… and the university responds to their issues and complaints.
The first residents of the University of Lincoln’s temporary student village, the Festival Gardens, have moved in – but whilst some freshers are taking it in good spirits, others aren’t happy with their “box with a bed in it”.
88 students will be able to stay in the temporary student village on Sunday, with a total of 100 of the dual-occupancy cabins expected to be on site by next week – but the university is not apologising for the situation.
Work has begun installing temporary accommodation portacabins for students currently without permanent rooms, and we speak to a few of the students worried about where they will be living.