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Accommodation in Middlesborough
Linthorpe Hall offers cluster flats & private studios
Games room with TV, all rooms are ensuite & furnished
Only a 5-minute walk to Teesside University
Applying to Central Halls
- TEACHING DELIVERY STATUS:
- Confirmed Sept/Oct start
- TEACHING MODE:
- Online learning
- OPEN DAYS:
- 27th Feb
- TEACHING NOTES:
- In line with the national lockdown, the University is now in restricted operations - with almost all teaching moving on line
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I lived 5 doors up from the Albany pub and I had to move as my life was in danger after being poisoned with GHB which has caused demylination of my brain and spinal chord and lesions to C3 and C4. The atmosphere became so hostile I feared for my safety and well being. My landlady was Jenny Cunningham and she said she had followed the landlord of the Albany from the Star, Dempseys and to the Albany.
lived here for 2019/20 and had a good time, it truly comes down to who you live with as some people hated their experience. Rooms were nice and maintenance came whenever you called. I lived on the 5th floor and didn't have any problems.
Covid-19: I got en email saying they would help but have still to see what they will do
My halls has great location, but it is too high in price. I live in a flat, and it is more expensive than King Edwards square which holds houses. If there is something wrong you have to contact maintenance 3 times to get them to do something about it. Other halls have smart tvs, cosy living rooms, and great showers, Central Halls has none of these things.
I lived in Central halls in my first year. It was one of the best decisions I made. It was excellent. Rooms were all en-suite, kitchens were good sizes and the beds were comfy. Central halls was on the other side of the road to uni so was easy to get to uni