Plans for accommodation for more than 700 students in Nottingham have been granted permission.
Accommodation for more than 400 students could be constructed in Coventry after new plans were recommended for approval
a £17.4 million project to build 150 apartments no a derelict Victorian warehouse site in Nottingham has moved forward
Student Roost has completed a forward-funding deal for a 472-bed student accommodation scheme in Nottingham to the tune of around £45m
Multi-million-pound plans could see a towering student accommodation block built to further regenerate part of Radford.
Cassidy Group have submitted plans for nearly 500 student bedrooms to create part of a £50m apartment scheme behind the Victoria Centre.
Nottingham Rugby is proud to announce the new Headline Sponsor for season 2019-20, the ‘Cassidy Group’ following their involvement with...
A unique relic of Sheffield's industrial past has been revealed in its full glory before a huge new development takes shape around it
The scheme will coincide with when 4,000 HM Revenue and Customs staff will relocate to a huge building nearby
150 new apartments are to be built on London Road in Nottingham after Cassidy Group submitted plans to the council.
Developer Cassidy Group is marketing £700m of forward-funding opportunities in the student accommodation and build-to-rent (BTR) sectors...
Mace has announced the sale of its development site in Sheffield to Cassidy Group.
Nottingham Rugby’s new partnership with the ‘Cassidy Group’ hit the ground running on Sunday 16th September
Former builders’ merchants and garden nursery sites in a North Warwickshire village have been transformed into luxury homes.
Saffron Court is being developed by the Cassidy Group and Cording Real Estate Group
Cassidy Group has chosen the Northampton-based contractor to build the scheme on the site next to Nottingham train station, worth £46m
Cassidy Group, made it a contract obligation that Deeley take on trainees to provide opportunities for training
A NEW housing estate is to be built on the site of a former miner’s welfare club in New Arley.
Cassidy Group's Patric and James Cassidy have extended their sponsorship of Coventry City shirts for the next two seasons.