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    (Original post by izzi58)
    Have asked before but didnt get any results so here goes again,
    does anyone have photos of interiors of Union St. flats
    I can look out some from when I lived there if you can wait until tomorrow?
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    (Original post by marieisfab)
    I can look out some from when I lived there if you can wait until tomorrow?
    thats good thanks, just wondering how much space will be in my bedroom for storage things
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    (Original post by izzi58)
    thats good thanks, just wondering how much space will be in my bedroom for storage things
    I feel really silly now, but I can't find them anywhere - I don't know what's happened to them! Sorry! But the bedrooms are much bigger than those in halls and the kitchens are a good size too. My only problem with Union Street was the walls are paper thin - I could hear absolutely everything my flatmates were doing all the time.
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    (Original post by marieisfab)
    I feel really silly now, but I can't find them anywhere - I don't know what's happened to them! Sorry! But the bedrooms are much bigger than those in halls and the kitchens are a good size too. My only problem with Union Street was the walls are paper thin - I could hear absolutely everything my flatmates were doing all the time.
    that sounds fine with regards to my stuff. Did it cost you much extra for the electricity ?
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    (Original post by izzi58)
    that sounds fine with regards to my stuff. Did it cost you much extra for the electricity ?
    It depends on your flatmates to be honest. During the autumn and spring months it wasn't too bad, about £5 a week, but during winter we were spending about £15 a week each because it was just so cold and icy and the heaters are all electric and by windows so are almost useless. Get an extra duvet and a long internet cable and just stay in bed!
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    is it on a meter then ?
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    (Original post by izzi58)
    is it on a meter then ?
    Yeah, you go up to Residential Services and buy vend codes for it. You have a £10 safety net before it shuts off.
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    (Original post by marieisfab)
    Yeah, you go up to Residential Services and buy vend codes for it. You have a £10 safety net before it shuts off.
    thanks, will sort that and buy a thick downy
 
 
 
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