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25 minute walk away from campus, with nearby shops on Mill Rd. The flats are clean and come with an en-suite, which is good for the 2nd cheapest accommodation. The only problems are that the kitchen storage is lacking and the wifi is horrible. Consider bringing an ethernet cable if you can, and bring containers for extra cupboard space. Overall, its good. £160 a week is a lot, but compared to other halls in Cambridge it's a steal.
Sedley was not great I would advise people to go somewhere else. Lots of people moved out half way through year because rent is too expensive and rooms were small and tacky. im heard lots of people didn't get their security deposit also which is alot of money.
An old office building converted to accommodation in the cheapest possible way. Everything is low quality / the bare minimum. The showers have damp and the ovens don't have ventilators. You're paying lots of money for a really dingy accommodation. You can find better accommodation for your money than Sedley Court. The price September 2020-21 was £146 per week. For September 2021, its going up to £160. Why? Lots of students this year claimed the price was too much for the poor quality rooms and kitchens, now Catalyst Housing are raising the price by £14 per week. That's an extra £574 per year, per student. An extra £86,000.00 this year for Catalyst, by taking advantage of students. Why? Because Sedley relies on international students who are new to the country and in desperate need of accommodation, thus being able to rip them off. Not only do I think Sedley is bad, I think ARU should stop recommending it. If you still have time, look for somewhere else. I wish I did.