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The staff on site are amazing. Unbelievably friendly and helpful and just generally wonderful. Sadly the quality of this building is atrocious. There are bugs in the floor and walls that come out and eat the fabric in your flat. There are silverfish in the bathroom. The hobs are electric attached to the sink so the electricity in the flat constantly shorts itself. The wifi is abhorrent (i advise using a vpn on your devices as its an unsecured network). The sinks constantly leaking because the plumbing is crap (also causing the electric shorts in the flat due to the plugs being directly underneath the sink. Also the boiler to give you hot tap water for washing lasts roughly 10 mins and then your stuck washing up with cold water. The bins on bottom floor fill the hallwdys with an abhorrent stench that makes taking your bins out feel like battle. The security doors that let you in are unbelievably weak and can be pulled open with enough physical force. Living here was not worth the price
Chambers is my second home for my overseas study life. Everything is very convenient such as there is very near University of Wolverhampton, bus station, train station and city high street just less then 5 minutes walk. There is also safe and worth the money.
Whilst the location is great, the poor management and poor keeping of this building is noticable. For a start off when i moved in my room was filthy, our oven broke and my toilet seat came off multiple times which resulted in injury as result of chambers buying cheap replacements. However, the maintenance guy cannot be faulted as he does his best. If you are an animal, this building is for you. Some tenants choose to leave the communal areas in a state with rubbish left in the stairwells and corridors for days. It is also difficult to study due to being able to hear the tripe that somebody is blasting from 4 floors below you. There is also no car parking for students unless you are a warden and this is one of the biggest let downs there is. I would not reccomend living here unless you have been raised to disrespect authority as the staff will allow you to get away with anything and everything.
Big accomodation site with lots of rooms. First year here but the staff have always been quick to assist if there's ever been a problem. Reception open during week days and is located literally down the road, easy to get to and lots of friendly faces upon entry. Post is taken and looked after here, the facilities are brilliant and me and my partner love our room. Only a premium (the middle size) but so spacious with a good sized desk for uni work! Even had enough room to put our own freezer in! The feel here is very relaxed and we are enjoying it here greatly :)))
Current resident at chambers. This is my second year. My experience has been amazing. Living in studios is great as you don’t have to share living space with others. I wish I had stayed here since first year Peace of mind. -Maintenance is dealt with as soon as possible and you are updated on the statutes and kept in the loop -Management is welcoming and friendly to talk to -Friendly and helpful student warden -Nice social events to get to know other people -In town and very close to university building. If you are lazy like me it very beneficial. You haven’t got to walk so far -Closes to dental and Gp practices -Close to the train station What more can I say.
Been to two other accomaddion prior to living here and it's the best one I've ever lived. The staff are available 24/7 have my own space and I'll still meet people in the building. Whenever I need help there always some to help/talk to. Litterly less than 5 min walk from university/take out food. Whenever things need fixing they respond as quick as possible. Best place to live and I highly recommend it.
Such an amazing place!! Ideal location in the city centre and only round the corner from uni. Great facilities and rooms are of a high quality. Staff are great and will always go beyond their duties to help. The wardens are always on site and are able to help regardless of the time. The accommodation manager (Louisa Bell) is an amazing accommodation manager and always have the time to have a talk. :) Definitely best accommodation in wolves :)
Lived here for three years and im absolutely gutted to be graduating as i have had such a good time. Year on year i have stayed as its the best. I lived elsewhere in foundation year but left as the room was too small for me there. The rooms at chambers are really spacious and having your own kitchen really gives it that home feel. The onsite wardens and management have been really helpful and i can always guarantee to be cheered up when i go to the office. They are always helpful and caring with the students here and its nice to have that community feel in the office. If you are having a bad day management / staff will make you a tea and talk about your issues. They are also making a gym and study room which everyone is excited for.
Was a flood last winter and the rest of the year the entire building smelt like damp. Still probably does. Rent goes up each year with absolutely no value- and staff find new ways to charge you for literally exisiting (i.e charging £100 extra to live with a partner in their *double person* occupancy rooms). Paint, decor and furniture all lowest quality. Good location, but obviously awful noise due to the clubs/pubs around and windows have no soundproofing. Staff rarely in office, and b*tch about tenants very loudly around other tenants (I overheard a lot of really unprofessional things from manager & student staff when collecting mail/any time I had to visit office). I wouldn't live here again, one year was enough for me. I'd recommend liberty heights - cheaper and cleaner than chambers.