also, does it affect social life at all?
I am guessing, but assuming cluster flats are centred around something like a kitchen or communal area, in which case there is somewhere local for people to congregate. That makes them slightly more sociable but it depends on whether your neighbours are sociable types.
Corridors there is less chance depends on the people again, but not many people hang about in corridors. It depends what other places there might be to congreagte. It might be corridors in a uni hall with central communal and dining areas.
I dont think it makes much difference except a cluster flat means you are more likely to connect with the people around the cluster, whereas corridors might be the whole hall.
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