With an impressive 273 units and designed to cater to the diverse needs of students. It includes 122 studios with ensuites, 127 studios with ensuites and kitchens, 10 one-bedroom apartments, and 14 accessible areas. Deakins Yard sets a new standard in student accommodations, offering affordable high-quality living with a strong sense of community. Every unit is completed to the highest standards and delivered fully furnished to investors, ensuring a hassle-free and rewarding investment experience.
Newcastle-under-Lyme has a strong history, with roots dating back to 1173. The “Newcastle” name derives from anew castle built locally in the 12th century. It is thought the word“Lyme” originates from the vast Forest of Lyme, which covered large areas of the northwest at the time.
When Stoke-on-Trent was formed through the 1910 amalgamation of the “six towns” (Stoke, Hanley, Fenton,Longton, Burslem and Tunstall), Newcastle remained separate. Its strong local economy stood it in good stead to remain independent, despite pressure from the wider townships. Today Newcastle-Under-Lyme is an energetic market town with a growing population of 130,000.The town centre benefits from a large array of retail and leisure facilities, along with a wide variety of cultural events.
The New Vic Theatre and local high-tech cinema offer a great night out, and for sporting fans looking to watch a game of football, the area is also home to Newcastle Town FC.