A rollercoaster year for the UK student housing market

At the start of 2022, the Bank of England base rate was 0.25%, inflation stood at just 5.5% and Matt Hancock was merely a former health secretary in the wilderness of the back benches.

The somewhat chaotic 11 months that followed have seen a ‘mini’-budget that was anything but small, three prime ministers, four chancellors, and Matt Hancock packed off down under to the jungle to prove that “politicians are human”.

The macroeconomic picture has also darkened considerably since January …

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