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Bit expensive for its location, cleaning limited to the kitchen. Socials are OK with people in the same flat as you are. The internet, however, is completely unstable - if you're doing a video interview/chat, or play online games, it's not usable.
place is absolutely terrible. Internet works off and on, the laundry room often doesn't and staff does nothing about it, also laundry costs a lot of money. There is mold in rooms, the bathroom is a shower and a toilet together so when you shower the entire bathroom floods with water, and almost every students heater didn't work so they were forced to spend even more money and get their own. I've had a number of maintenance issues and have asked numerous times to get help but nothing changes. This place is the worst place to live in and the fact that LSE recommends it is appalling.
Coming from South Africa I had imagine London Accommodation to something out of this world. Sidney Webb House provide to be a disaster of a place to stay. From complacent staff to appalling living standards, you will experience blocked drains, broken and leaking toilets, malfunctioning laundry machines, poor internet and more mold than is legal in an apartment building. This place has truly been forgotten and left to house the poor students who find themselves in this hell.
The room is satisfactory and staff are helpful and friendly. Yet the lift button has been out of order since I moved in. Only two stoves out of four in the kitchen are working effectively and the WiFi is not stable.