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We conducted a survey with customers to fi nd an established channel used by the sector, where we could have regular


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The benefi ts for InterfaceFLOR are enormous because:


ThroughUniversity Business’magazine subscription list, we are able to reach the main decision makers within higher and further education.


The extensive platform of events and exhibitions at which the magazine is distributed


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New to London


Nido Student Living has opened in Notting Hill





London continues to be one of the dominant cities for students in world education and the supply of quality accommodation remains severely


restricted by planning and funding constraints. Not only does London have more international students than any other city in the world, but this element has consistently increased year-on-year by an average of seven per cent. Nido Student Living is found in great locations/


neighbourhoods where students want to live and experience London. Following in the successful footsteps of Nido King’s Cross and Nido Spitalfi elds – arrives a third independent accommodation hall – Nido Notting Hill. Nido occupancies have continued to increase


year over year – with over 90 per cent occupied at King’s Cross (1045 beds) and Spitalfi elds (the world’s tallest student tower with 1204 beds). Nido Notting Hill is a charming boutique-style home in north-west London, facing a park and


a quaint canal, near to Portobello Road and the renowned neighbourhood of Notting Hill – famous for the Notting Hill Carnival, the largest street festival outside of Rio. Nido off ers a unique pastoral care RA system to


give residents a feel of community. Like all Nido Living, looking after the students by


trained professionals, organising activities and making sure that there is a caring, friendly community is a priority, alongside safety, security and study. The six-storey, 277-bed accommodation off ers


students a range of room type options including single studios, accessible studios, twin studios and two-bedroom studios. With colourful quirky spaces to hang out in or study, a movie-screening room, a games space, a fi tness centre and facilities for everyone to share. Nido Notting Hill is one of the only direct-let


student residences open in the borough of Kens- ington and Chelsea, a popular neighbourhood with over 40,000 university and language students studying in close proximity. Single studios range from £245-£285 per week. Twin share spaces are £170 pp/pw. Two-bedroom


The winds of change are blowing


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The Dyson Airblade™ hand dryer is the fastest,


tional warm air dryers take up to 43 seconds to dry hands properly. The Dyson Air- blade™ hand dryer takes just ten seconds. It’s as hygienic as paper towels, and uses up to 80 per cent less energy than warm air hand dryers. Universities, hotbeds of innovation, know that sustainability isn’t just about being energy effi cient. Reducing overall carbon emissions is also important. The Dyson Airblade™ is the fi rst and only hand dryer to receive the Carbon Reduction Label from the Carbon Trust. The machine has a 70 per cent smaller carbon footprint than towels, help- ing facilities reduce their environ- mental impact.


studios are £230 pp/pw and accessible rooms are £260 per week.●


Nido Notting Hill opened August 2011. 1 Alderson Street, London W10 5JY Nearest underground stations: Ladbroke Grove and Westbourne Park.


For further information on Nido Notting Hill contact: Maureen McDermott, Director of Student Accommodation on +44 (0) 207 395 7259, mcdermott@blackstone.com or visit www.NidoStudentLiving.com


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