Host. The new name for Victoria Hall Management Ltd.

Let us re-introduce ourselves?

Why Host? We hear you ask. Our new name captures what we’re all about. Providing students with a welcoming, reassuring and stress-free experience. One that helps them get the most out of their time at University. We’re everything a good Host should be. Our new look and feel reflects this too. It’s down to earth and approachable. Modern and smart. It shows we understand the challenges students face and how we will work hard to solve them.

We’re committed to hosting students. And that commitment includes adapting to the student accommodation market as it becomes more sophisticated and more competitive in an ever changing environment.

So what’s actually changing?

Our name, our website, our email addresses and the way we look are all new. However please be reassured that Host will still be providing the same award-winning services that you’ve become accustomed to. The same management and staff will all be building on the good reputation that we’ve earned over the past 20 years.

What does this mean to me?

It means you have a new name to consider, if you’re thinking of investing in premium student property or recommending accommodation providers to students. If you’re already a partner, we’re prouder than ever to be hosting students for you.

Host represents more than just modern, comfy and brilliantly located properties. It represents a better student experience. The perfect Host for a successful time at university.

If you have any questions or would like to find out more about us, get in touch at info@host-students.com

www.host-students.com

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