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LATEST NEWS | Strong South West tourist growth in 2015
Newly released figures from VisitBritain reveal strong growth in domestic tourism in 2015 with record-breaking spending and the highest trip numbers since 2012.
Double digit spending growth in the South West
The latest results from the Great Britain Tourist Survey show a 13% increase in visitor spending in the South West in 2015. It is one of only four UK regions to experience double digit growth in expenditure levels last year.
At 14%, it was also one of the leading regions for growth in overnight trip numbers. Buyers of our Westbeach Luxury Serviced Apartments & Spa can capitalise on growing demand in a region that already accounts for a third of all domestic tourism.
This survey is sponsored by VisitEngland, VisitScotland and Visit Wales, and carried out by independent research agency TNS.
Record overseas tourism numbers
Figures from the Office for National Statistics show that the UK experienced record levels of inward tourism in the first three months of 2016.
Forecasts are that the country’s tourism industry will experience a third consecutive record-breaking year. 35.8 million tourists visited the UK in 2015, six million more than in 2010.
The South West saw an 8% rise in visitor numbers during this quarter, higher than the UK average of 6%. This is evidence that it is benefiting from increasing tourism from emerging markets, with the South West Tourism Growth Fund increasing the region's ability to attract visitors from around the world.
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LATEST NEWS | Purpose Built Student Accommodation resilient to Brexit
Brexit will have a negligible impact on purpose built student accommodation returns, with overseas student applications to UCAS outnumbering international EU students 7 to 1.
UK universities not depending on EU for funding
A newly published report from CBRE forecasts that Purpose Built Student Accommodation will be resilient to Britain’s exit from the European Union (Brexit).
According to UCAS, there were 7.3 overseas student applicants in 2015 for every one international EU student. CBRE also points out that only 2.4% of university funding comes from non-UK EU student tuition fees, compared with 12.7% from overseas students.
Recession proof property form
Purpose Built Student Accommodation shown itself to be recession proof in 2007, with returns unaffected by external factors that influence other property forms. Demand is linked solely to university student numbers, which have continued their sustained upward trajectory since 2007 (UCAS).
With no cap on undergraduate student numbers and globally respected universities able to attract students from around the world, high demand for rooms will continue despite this referendum result.
Benefits of short-term Sterling slump
Brexit has caused what is likely to be a short-term decline in the value of British currency, but the UK’s exit from the European Exchange Rate Mechanism (ERM) in 1992 points to the many benefits of this.
The reduced value of the pound will be balanced by a rejuvenated export sector. Overseas investors will also be able to take advantage of increased purchasing power, building on the UK’s record year for commercial property foreign investment in 2015.