Tel: 01732 775810
Offering a fresh approach
to student housing, Campus Living Villages is a company dedicated to excellent
standards in accommodation for university students in the USA, UK and Australia and New Zealand
Contact us about
tailoring a solution to match your needs
With over two decades of unrivalled
experience and success within the education, healthcare, MoD, hotel and leisure sectors,
No.1 Centro Place, Pride Park, Derby, DE24 8RF Tel: +44 (0)1332 346477 Fax: +44 (0)1332 295025 www.derwentliving.com
Derwent Living is a not-for-profi t organisation providing excellent accommodations in great locations. We manage thousands of student homes in Nottingham, Derby, Coventry, Leicester, Sheffi eld, Loughborough and Birmingham.
Taplanes can certainly claim to be the premier manufacturer in the provision of bespoke, high quality, modular solutions.
“The premier designer and manufacturer of bespoke leakproof shower cubicles”
Station Court, Nidd, Harrogate, HG3 3BN Tel: (01423) 771645 Fax: (01423) 771916
Nido Student Living is new modern student living at its best. Residences in King’s
Cross and Spitalfi elds London Zone 1 house over 1000
students per building in high quality en-suite studios, twin rooms or share apartments
with an in-house gym, café and communal areas throughout. Contact us to book a tour.
0207 395 7260 nidomarketing@
DJ is unlike any other property consultancy. With nearly 300 years’ experience and a track record covering some of Europe’s most challenging projects, Drivers Jonas LLP is renowned for specialist services and sector knowledge. DJ offers property advice with a conscience and we are the drivers for sustainability within the property sector.
Willmott Dixon Construction Limited, part of the Willmott Dixon Group, has worked in higher education for many years and was one of the fi rst contractors to build low-energy, sustainable, buildings in the sector.
Contact Lynne Wellington, HE Strategic Business Development Manager, to ascertain how Willmott Dixon can help HEIs meet the Governmentʼs carbon reduction targets.
Lynne Wellington 0117 934 9214 / 07974 084726 16 Queen Square, Bristol BS1 4NT
We enjoy a reputation for good architecture that provides exceptional value for money. Our clients include a number of leading universities, colleges and schools.
For more details please visit
EMOS is a leading supplier of complete cashless campus solutions and can integrate with existing access control systems and internal databases, offering solutions for ID card production, printing, copying, catering, vending and library fi ne payment. Students credit accounts using cash, debit/credit cards and mobile phone.
T: 01256 328883
Mace Group is one of the world's most accomplished consultancy and construction firms, with a reputation for finding the best solutions to complex property and real estate challenges.
t: 0161 955 8080
Our mission is to deliver a
great community and student homes where you and your friends can live and work in
safety and comfort, supported by a great in house team, on site 24 hours a day!
Design & Build Facades
provide a unique specialist service to regenerate the external Facades of older buildings to surpass current
standards and meet individual client needs utilising a wide
variety of curtain walling and cladding solutions
from Aluminium Cassettes through to board and Terracota systems.
D & B Facades UK Ltd, The Packway,
Larkhill, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP4 8PY Tel: 01980 654230 Fax: 01980 653611
We focus on the needs of our clients and work to constantly improve the environments in which people live, work and
play. Our extraordinary people are empowered to deliver the best projects safely and
efficiently, whilst defining industry best practice.
At SunGard Higher Education we help colleges and universities around the globe support more collaborative and creative education environments for better teaching, learning and research. To fi nd out how we can help you shape your institution’s future, visit us at
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