Re-allocation of rooms is like Aeana says, possible but it depends on where you'd like to go
Without knowing the houses very well, you can't tell which houses are phase 1 and which are phase 2. When you get here though the difference is obvious, they have different coloured drainpipes to signifiy phases 1 and 2. Can't remember which is which by Aeana will know
Ohhhh - ok! So there houses of 8? Do you reckon the bathroom's big lol?! I am a girl - this is fairly essential! Oh, and is the Freshers ball formal??? Questions, questions! I've had nobody to ask all this until I found this site!
The bathroom is quite small, the wet room (shower and toilet) is massive with plenty of room to move around. You don't actually get a bathroom in your bedroom, phase 2 has sinks and thats about it.
And yeah **R** it is possible to tell if you have a phase 1 or 2 house from your house number. I think 34 is phase 2, it's quite a high number and I was in 49 which was well in the phase 2 area. Don't hold me to it, but I think you may have a phase 2 house. It's also possible to tell if your bedroom is on the ground or first floor - Rooms 1-3 are on the ground floor, rooms 4-7 are on the first floor.
All of the UH accomodation is on the campus Depending on where about the house is within the "village" you might have a view of the LRC from your room, at most it'll be 200m from you. Granted you'll be further away from the Font (SU Bar) than people who are living in Telford Court, but it's not really something you'll notice after you're pre-outing drinking
As dokta said, all uni accommodation (halls/houses) are on campus. In my first year at Roberts Way I was about a minutes walk from the LRC and five minutes (depending if we stopped to play rugby with an invisible ball on the field or not) from the Font.
As he said, the five minutes flies by when you've got a few drinks inside you