Student accommodation provider reveals plans for Experian offices
An office building that was sold in a £30m deal earlier this year is set to be turned into a 180-room student accommodation scheme.
Study Inn has revealed plans to redevelop Lambert House, which is currently occupied by Experian, when it becomes vacant at the end of September.
Study Inn, which manages more than 1,800 student rooms, bought the Talbot Street building back in February. Then, it said the scheme would be home to 300 rooms, but that has now been downgraded.
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