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The hall is great, met alot of amazing friends. The rooms are average but the washroom is extremely small for a 6' or so students. Major issue is the Hot water keeps running out and they keep sending an engineer to fix it, but the problem repeats itself and the help desk is not going to have a permanent fix for this.
The student accommodation is actually really enjoyable. I stayed on college lane, the new campus and halls are amazing. They are luxurious & clean because they’re so new. They don’t have very good common areas however. They did have a little common space but you have to walk a couple minutes to it depending on where your flat is, and nobody is ever actually in there. Halls are very overpriced compared to other unis- they charge you London prices without being in London. I know de havilland I supposed to be a lot better in terms of social life, with more parties etc but have worse rooms (which are slightly cheaper)
They charge you a ridiculous amount for the most basic, run down, outdated accommodation. You only get a mini fridge and have to share a kitchen between 12 people. Bathrooms are tiny and the kitchen is the only shared space you get in your flat. If you want to live in uni accommodation, live on College Lane.