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|Simon Senlis Hall||#2|
|Spencer Perceval Hall||#3|
|William Carey Hall||#4|
|Charles Bradlaugh Hall||#5|
|John Clare Hall||#6|
|Margaret Bondfield Hall||#7|
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Out of all accomodation on park campus, I find William Carey one of the best to live in due to its newly refurbished kitchens and social aspects. Although some rooms can be seen to be relatively smaller than others, a room is a room at the end of the day. Upon arrival no lamps etc were provided and the room came only with the basics. The kitchens have six cupboards for the students living there all locked with keys which is a plus, and two refrigerators and freezers. Because WC is one of the last accommodations behind the uni, it's easy to have your own world and make friends however BEWARE! The fire alarms are hurrendous !!
It's a really quiet hall which is a good thing because you don't get drunken people waking you up at 3am when they coming back. However I feel like before we got to the halls they weren't cleaned but other then that it's a nice hall to live in
The rooms are ok i suppose, i didnt expect great things however the cleaners do vary a lot, some are really good and helpful however some seem lazy and do the bare minimum whilst making loads of noise and wake everyone up. The kitchen is very old and outdated but does the job, the rooms are clean and bare however they are very strict on the damage deposit you get back and seem to give the smallest excuse to take money away from you. However after looking at private housing halls are very expensive for what you get.