Residential & Student Accommodation 

  • Detailed list of every residential and student accommodation scheme under construction, approved or in planning in Nottingham.

  • Information on Developers and Architects for all schemes.

  • Unit mix for residential schemes (how many 1/2/3 bedroom apartments per scheme) and tenure.

  • How many studios, 'twodios', clusters and apartments are included in each proposed student scheme.

  • Estimated completion.

  • Planning application reference for each scheme.

Over 140 Residential schemes and more than 50 Student Accommodation projects

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The spreadsheets also allow you to see when certain milestones were reached for developments across the city, such as when they were given planning consent, when they started construction, and a page for completed schemes. There are also references provided for each scheme's planning application:

Time Series allows you to see the amount of residential units and student beds in planning and under construction for each quarter dating back to April 2017, with graphs to compliment:

The compiled data also provides you with an insight as to how many residential units and student beds are expected to be completed each year over the coming years as well as tenure for residential schemes:

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