Trippet Court Sheffield

Investment Summary

Trippet Court Sheffield

Trippet Court is a new build property consisting of 63 en-suite apartments over 6 floors. All apartments are well-designed, have a secure fob access system, CCTV, Wi-Fi throughout and are finished with contemporary fixtures and fittings. These apartments are comfortable and functional whilst remaining aesthetically pleasing. Students will also have access to a number of communal areas including dining areas, a laundry, cycle store and a communal kitchen, which is finished to a very high standard with high gloss units.


Sited just a short distance from both Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield, the location of this property is ideal for the student community. The city center is just a 2-minute walk away. This prime location means that residents can make the most of the wide variety of facilities that the city and surrounding areas have to offer.

Sheffield is a huge university city with around 60,000 students enrolled between the two universities, Sheffield Hallam University and The University of Sheffield – around one in ten residents are students. The University of Sheffield is based mainly around the city center. Sheffield Hallam University also has a campus two miles away on Ecclesall Road – a vibrant, trendy area which is a hotspot for Sheffield student life.



According to The Times and Sunday Times, The University of Sheffield is ranked 25th in the UK. It boasts six noble prize winners amongst its staff, past and present. Due to its strong reputation, there is always fierce competition for a place at the university. However, competition for accommodation is even fiercer. The University of Sheffield has approximately 28,000 students but can only provide around 6,000 students with a room in one of its halls of residence.

Sheffield Hallam University is the 7th largest in the UK and acts as a regional hub of excellence for science, technology, engineering and maths with its STEM Centre. With almost 34,000 students enrolled on its undergraduate and postgraduate courses, similarly to Sheffield University,


Sheffield Hallam can only accommodate around 4,500 students in its halls of residence. It is obvious that there is a massive shortfall in supply of suitable student accommodation, with a shortage of nearly 50,000 rooms. It falls to the private sector to meet this gap in the market, and this is increasingly being achieved with purpose-built, fully fitted properties across the city.

Investment Highlights


  • Fully Furnished en-suite apartments £64,950

  • 8% NET rental assurance for 5 years

  • Rental assurance paid quarterly in arrears

  • Only 63 units in total

  • Completion Q4 2020

  • Huge shortage of student accommodations serving the universities

  • 250-year leasehold tenure

  • Fully managed by expert management company


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