The University of Reading and UPP partnership was established in 2000 and has become one of the UK’s most successful property partnerships.
All accommodation offered by the university is operated by UPP, ensuring all students enjoy a consistent experience on campus.
The partnership has included one of the largest estate transfer programmes in the UK, with UPP now supporting a total of 4,982 rooms across 15 different campuses.
Buildings within the property range from modern purpose built properties through to listed buildings dating back to the early 1900s.
As part of the partnership, UPP has delivered an award-winning Residents’ Life programme, delivering hundreds of events and initiatives designed to support inclusion and belonging.
Offering a wide variety of accommodation that creates and inclusive and supportive environment for students.
The ensuite rooms are arranged into flats of up to 10 and share an open plan kitchen, living and dining area.
Each bedroom is equipped with fitted furniture; a wardrobe, shelving, desk, pedestal, chair, noticeboards and an ensuite bathroom.
Catered and non catered rooms are offered.
The rooms are arranged into flats up to 10 students who then share an open plan kitchen, living and dining area.
Each bedroom is equipped with fitted furniture; a wardrobe, shelving, desk, pedestal, chair, noticeboards.
Catered and non catered options are available.
Each studio offers open plan living including a double bed, workstation, ensuite and kitchen dining area.
One and two bedroom flats with a separate lounge and open plan kitchen. The flats also have a separate bathroom with bath.
Each townhouse offers 12 bedrooms across 3 floors, with 6 shower rooms and a shared kitchen diner on the ground floor. Each room has a bed, fitted furniture and a workstation.
Large, detached properties housing up to 12 students. The facilities are spread over three floors with at least one bathroom and one kitchen per floor.
Reactive and planned maintenance
Cleaning / Housekeeping
Welfare team support
Marketing and Allocations