VINCI takes Liverpool student housing job

Iliad has appointed VINCI Construction UK as the preferred contractor to build a new £20m student accommodation project in Liverpool.

The scheme consists of 261 student rooms, comprising of 225 flats of 4,5 & 6 en-suite rooms, clustered around a kitchen and lounge area, with a further 36 studio rooms. Amenities include an on-site laundry, a games and common room for the exclusive use of residents with 24 hour manned reception.

This project in the Ropewalks area in Liverpool is in close vicinity to John Moore’s University, Liverpool Community College and the University of Liverpool.

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