This global student accommodation provider with 45,000 beds across Australia,
New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States, originally appointed Linstock to help manage complex issues around rent strikes and construction works in the UK.
Additionally, Linstock was also tasked with establishing Campus Living Villages UK as a leading provider of PBSA who understood the issue facing both its university partners and its student residents.
Linstock helped manage a series of roundtables for Campus Living Villages UK, which focussed on some of the biggest issues facing the PBSA sector. This included discussions around partnerships and the provision of residential life programmes.
Linstock drafted reports based on the discussions at these roundtables, to establish Campus Living Villages as an experienced PBSA provider and to help it engage with its current and prospective university partners.
In addition, Linstock helped draft commentary on issues impacting students, such as making decisions about university and accommodation and their finances, and promoting Campus Living Villages UK’s corporate announcements around new development deals and new staff members to national, trade and local press.
Campus Living Villages UK’s relationship with university partners and charities has been strengthened through its work with Linstock Communications. It is now recognised as an organisation which is working to find solutions to some of higher education’s biggest issues and received national and trade media coverage for its partnership roundtables.
In addition, Campus Living Villages UK is seen as a business which is growing and developing, following announcements of partnerships with the University of Bristol and Durham University receiving widespread trade and local press coverage.