Choice for life?
IT'S THAT time of year again when thousands of students will boost the population of Plymouth by 20 per cent. Whether or not Plymothians see them as an asset there is no doubt they bring in a well-needed financial gain over the long winter for many a business and especially for landlords.
The Herald dated August 14 had an article that read "Our students face one of highest rent bills in UK". As well as the tuition fees rising to what can only be described as extortionate rates do mum and dad really have a clue to what happens to there loved ones once they leave the nest for a life in academia and whether or not the degree their offspring have signed up to will be worth the paper it is printed on at the end of three years?
Is a student making a choice for life or just getting themselves into debt all because the advertising for a particular course was irresistible and the marketing department did such a good job. Or is their child's chosen place for accommodation as safe and well maintained as they are led to believe? I am sure that the university and Plymouth City Council do their upmost to make sure all accommodation, both inside the building and out that is for student use (even for a week or two) is regulated and well vetted, but what happens when complaints are ignored and concerns overlooked? What happens then? When something goes tragically wrong who then is held to account?
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