Students Putting Their Dough To Good Use

Edinburgh student property management and lettings specialist Cullen Property has teamed up with award-winning restaurant Mamma’s pizzeria to teach students how to cook some of their favourite dishes.

The event was aimed at students who have recently moved away from home and want to learn how to cook for themselves. They learned how to cook their very own pizza, burger and Banoffee Pie, including traditional and healthy versions.

Cullen Property handed out goodie bags at the event and a follow-up competition will be held for attendees who created the best dish with an exclusive prize that will be announced on the night.

Steve Coyle, Cullen Property Operations Director, said: “Most of our tenants are students and they often tell us that after they have moved into their first flat they wish they knew how to cook for themselves. So we thought, what better way to help freshers settle in than providing cooking skills and knowledge?”

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Notes to editors:

Cullen Property

  • Cullen Property was founded in 1998 by two directors who believe passionately in the future of Edinburgh’s property market
  • The company specialises in HMO property management and letting in Edinburgh to students and professionals as well as sourcing property in sought after areas of the city.
  • It currently manages over 475 properties and consistently achieves over 98% occupancy levels
  • For further information visit: www.cullenproperty.com