19 May 2015

Luxury student accommodation in the heart of Cardiff will open this summer

Principality Commercial, the commercial arm of Wales’ largest building society, Principality, joined up with Charnwood Group to create Park Lane, a development of 34 studio apartments.

Park Lane, which is built on land at the rear of former office space at 23 and 24 Park Place, offers students modern, self-contained luxury studios with a bedroom, en suite, study space and full integrated kitchen. 

Richard Wales from Principality Commercial, the commercial arm of the Principality Building Society, said: “Principality Commercial is pleased to be supporting Charnwood Group on this exciting development.  Cardiff has a growing population of domestic and international students, and over recent years a number of new student developments have been built in the city to meet this rising demand.  

“The facilities at Park Place are designed at the highest standards, in the centre of Cardiff close to the University and the city’s popular shopping and entertainment areas. Having this quality of student accommodation in the city will help to cement Cardiff’s position in the premier league of UK universities; being desirable from the perspective of both education quality and lifestyle.”

The apartments, which are also fitted with a flat-screen TV, broadband and Wi-Fi, will be completed in time for the new academic year in 2015.

Andrew Creighton from Charnwood Group, said: “We are delighted to be working with Principality Commercial on Park Place, a development of luxury student accommodation in central Cardiff. These apartments are in a fantastic location, within walking distance of Cardiff University and all of the other attractions that the city has to offer.  We are very much looking forward to welcoming our first students in September.”

For more information visit www.parklanestudentliving.com*.

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Published: 19/05/2015