Despite the despicable rise in tuition fees for students wanting to study in this country, the demand is greater than ever before for investment in student accommodation in Britain and indeed for that matter all over Europe and the rest of the world. Indeed, GSA, who are dedicated to ensuring that as many new beds are opened and made available for students to be able to use as accommodation (whether in England or elsewhere) have appointed a new member to their committee, Struan Robertson, who will steer the ship for them in the challenging years ahead to build more accommodation for students.
Operating and having property and development deals in places around the world as varied as Japan and Europe, GSA’s pan-global initiative to commit to the development of good student accommodation is an encouraging sign that universities around the globe will be able to cope with the increasing demand for higher education. Having employed a person with the investment and development experience of someone like Struan Robertson, the company GSA is evidently fully committed to delivering a series of ambitious student housing projects that it has in mind to develop over the next year and indeed beyond. It seems clear therefore that other property and development companies with an interest in expanding into new markets and new horizons all around the globe need to look up to enterprises like GSA for inspiration on how they can achieve these ends in a sustainable and achievable way.
What is even clearer is that companies in the property and housing business need to employ the services of experienced individuals who are well aware of the different fluctuations and U-turns that frequently now more than ever take place in the world markets. Indeed, a strong committee that can expertly delve into issues concerning development and investment in an uncertain global future is necessary to companies like GSA, who will undoubtedly be pleased with the new arrival of Struan Robertson to their team of dedicated and experienced board of individuals.