Bristol office now open!

24th November 2015

Bristol office now open!

Luxury student accommodation provider Collegiate AC is delighted to announce the opening of its new office in Bristol.

As a leading provider of superior accommodation for students up and down the UK, Collegiate has seen demand for its services spiral over the past few years. Increasing numbers of discerning students from within the UK and from overseas have turned to private accommodation providers such as Collegiate to provide them with high quality student apartments during their time at university.

Now, in order to keep up with its growing company size and strong demand from students, Collegiate has opened up a new office on Queens Square in Bristol. CEO Eri Cuanalo comments,

“With three student accommodation developments in Bristol already, and a fourth one due to open in September 2016, Bristol seemed like the natural choice of location for a regional office. Having a staff team based there will drive forward our operational strategy and ensure that Collegiate remains ahead of the game in terms of its responsiveness to residents’ needs.”

As well as serving the four Bristol properties, the new office will also act as a regional hub, as part of Collegiate’s multiple office base approach. This approach will see two regional offices in place – in Bristol and Edinburgh – to complement the company headquarters in Oxfordshire.

The new structure will strengthen Collegiate’s presence in the UK and will also ensure the pieces are in place for the company to pursue its ambitious growth plans over the coming years. 2016 alone will see at least 10 new student accommodation schemes added to the company’s portfolio, as Collegiate’s unique blend of spacious, en-suite apartments and sophisticated communal spaces continues to fire the imaginations of those studying at universities around the UK.

For more information on contemporary student accommodation across the UK, visit http://services.collegiate-ac.com/ or contact Collegiate on 01235 250 140.

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