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Savills : Rising student numbers in Europe to drive PBSA demand

12/08/2021 | 10:52am EST

Student numbers, according to the international real estate firm, increased significantly last year in the nine European countries it surveyed.

On average, annual student numbers increased by 2.4% between 2020-2021 and 2019-2020 - across Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, Poland, Czech Republic, Portugal and the UK, while they decreased by 1.2% between 2018-19 and 2019-20.

The largest growth was in the Netherlands, where there was a 6.4% rise in student numbers. The Dutch market registered an 11% increase in foreign applications.

Savills' latest European Student Housing report, released today, also shows that the overall number of European young people (aged 20-29 years old) in the major student cities started to stabilise and increase from 2017, after a decade of decline, according to Oxford Economics data. In locations where the supply of purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) is limited, this increase in demand will eventually put upward pressure on rental levels.

While overall PBSA rental levels have plateaued over the past 18 months due to the pandemic, Savills expects rents to start slowly growing again next year, in line with the overall residential market.

Strong rental growth is anticipated in particular cities where the overall PBSA bed provision rate is low, such as Rome, Milan, Valencia and Lisbon.

Lydia Brissy, Director, European research, Savills, said: "Despite a strong development pipeline across all European cities, we believe supply will be insufficient to meet the pent-up demand. We actually anticipate the demand and supply imbalance to be exacerbated in the next 12 months."

This will be compounded by the fact that most development activity has been on hold during the pandemic and is now facing further delays due to major supply chain disruptions in the building industry.

In most European cities, PBSA occupancy is back to, or close to, pre-pandemic levels: generally north of 90%. Further rises are expected in the year to come, said Savills.

The firm also predicts that investment activity - which was €5.8bn in the first three quarters of the year - will intensify over the next 12 months. As investors continue to look for value in the living sectors, further consolidation in the PBSA sector is likely.

Savills also anticipates a rising number of cross border acquisitions and a growing number of active market players.

Marcus Roberts, Head of Europe, Operational Capital Markets, says: "Towards the end of 2022, we expect to see the next wave of portfolio transactions, as the first generation of developers and operators will be ready to sell their assets and exit. All in all, we expect 2021 end of year volumes to reach €8.4bn and 2022 volumes to be in line with the record (circa €9.5bn) level seen in 2019".

Full report: Savills UK | Spotlight: European Student Housing - Forever Young

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Savills plc published this content on 08 December 2021 and is solely responsible for the information contained therein. Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 08 December 2021 15:51:05 UTC.


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