|East Parkside Village||#7|
|West Parkside Village||#8|
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- TEACHING MODE:
- OPEN DAYS:
- On-campus open day on 26th Feb, 26th Mar & 25th Jun.
- TEACHING NOTES:
- All in-person teaching is able to resume, along with events, sports activities, and the re-opening of all campus facilities. You must wear a face-covering in lecture theatres and communal areas where reducing social contact may be difficult.
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Nice place, but can have a lot of dodgy or just plain annoying people about. People are nice but mainly playing on Wednesdays, Wardens are chill people and do their job. Decent value for money, nice size rooms and furniture. Experiance: :') just for fun and what you can expect : -people set fire works off under windows here and on west side... As there is no security in these parts as its not on centre campus. -police pass with alarms on super regular right our side (a road passing ) -someone drove into the gate oposit the entrance and just left.... Nice dent there now. Their number was trashed form it. -religious group followed a group of us early morning , won't take no thanks as an answer. -dorms alarm goes off often, we though it was because people were smoking in their rooms. Turned out to be a faulty Alarm ! I guess all I'm asking is a little more regulation , may be a night guard or something with their own pertch.
East Parkside village is cheap and serviceable but with absolutely no quality of life additions, due to the low price. The rooms are fairly small, but not suffocating. the kitchen has two of every machine you could need (fridge, oven, etc.), so that's a plus. The location is pretty terrible though, it's really ugly and honestly quite unsettling at night due to a large amount of kids using the area as a hang out spot. Overall, it's cheap, and you get what you pay for.