Student Hannah Chambers with Student Roost representatives Matthew Wilson, Nina Jamison, and Anna Killough, and Queen’s University Belfast representatives
In the wake of St Patrick’s Day celebrations in Belfast, students and staff from Student Roost have helped clear more than 30 sacks of rubbish from the Holylands area in south Belfast during a city clean-up.
The ‘Big Spring Clean’, organised by Queen’s University Belfast, took place on Wednesday 20 March to help clear litter from student areas. The team from student accommodation provider, Student Roost, litter-picked alongside the University organisers and Belfast City Council.
Anna Killough, Student Roost’s Belfast City Manager, said: “Holylands has become a popular area in Belfast for St Patrick’s Day celebrations, this year being no exception, so we wanted to do our bit to make sure residents in the area are able to get back to clean, litter-free streets after the event.
“It was great to see everyone come together and work in teams to tackle the issue.”
Student Roost is home to more than 1,200 students in Belfast, offering them a safe, clean and friendly home environment in three properties across the city; Great Patrick Street, Swanston House, and John Bell House. All of Student Roost’s Belfast properties are located in the vibrant city centre and offer flexible tenancy lengths.
Student Roost provides purpose-built student accommodation for over 18,500 students in 19 cities across the UK. All Student Roost homes are carefully designed to offer a space for students to study, live and socialise in; encouraging a community among tenants and the highest quality of living while at University.
For further information about Student Roost accommodation in Belfast, visit https://www.studentroost.co.uk/locations/belfast.
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About Student Roost
Student Roost is home to over 18,500 students; one of the UK’s leading providers of purpose-build student accommodation.
Student Roost pioneers a customer-centric approach for private student accommodation; offering flexible tenancy lengths, tailored payment plan options and all-inclusive bills.
All Student Roost homes offer an environment for students to study, live and socialise in; encouraging a community among tenants and the highest quality of living while at University.
Founded in 2017, Student Roost is headquartered in Birmingham and operates 50 properties across 19 cities. The company is set to open two new sites in September 2019.