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    Thank for the info. It really helps.

    Yes I am an undergraduate and I want to get a studio flat because I just want to have my own kitchen and bathroom.
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    I received the email for conditional offer holders about applying on the 28th May for accommodation. I heard for some halls you have to be ready before because they go quickly, but on the email it doesn't say what time accommodation applications open on the 28th. So I don't know whether to be ready for midnight or sometime in the morning or what. Does anyone know?
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    (Original post by k4ya)
    I received the email for conditional offer holders about applying on the 28th May for accommodation. I heard for some halls you have to be ready before because they go quickly, but on the email it doesn't say what time accommodation applications open on the 28th. So I don't know whether to be ready for midnight or sometime in the morning or what. Does anyone know?
    From what I remember the email came with a pdf about setting up your account and the time was there, it wasn't midnight but it was early morning

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    (Original post by ElChapo)
    From what I remember the email came with a pdf about setting up your account and the time was there, it wasn't midnight but it was early morning

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    I couldn't see it in the email but I think I read somewhere it was 8:30am - thanks though!

    Also, I really like the sound of Bill Mo but I don't like the idea of being secluded from the rest of campus; do you think this really impacts on a student's experience and how social it is as opposed to living somewhere in the village?
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    (Original post by k4ya)
    I couldn't see it in the email but I think I read somewhere it was 8:30am - thanks though!

    Also, I really like the sound of Bill Mo but I don't like the idea of being secluded from the rest of campus; do you think this really impacts on a student's experience and how social it is as opposed to living somewhere in the village?
    No not really, You will be able to socialise with people in Bill Mo and that should be enough. I don't think people in the village socialise massively across different halls anyway.
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    (Original post by ddonovan)
    hello! what mobile phone provider is best across campus?..... thanks!
    the village has no phone reception so that's including Bakewell, elvyn and rigg-rut
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    (Original post by anushamehta)
    I mean do the serious athletes stay there or elsewhere ?As they have very specific routines do they have special accommodation and food and such?

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    you will most likely be staying in A block butler court, if you are going down for pre-season, you will love it !
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    (Original post by marinadr)
    Is there anyone who doesn't have a room yet? I've reserved one in Butler Court, but now I want to cancel it because I'm goint to live in a friend's house. The university said that the only way to cancel the reservation is to find a student who hasn't applied for accomodation yet to re-occupy the room. If someone's interested, please write me an email at [mod edit: don't post personal contact details - use the PM system]
    Thank you in advance
    butler court is an amazing hall and i recommend you stay in halls for your first year to have the best uni experience, but if not you can always affiliate with butler so you can still be involved with all of freshers
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    (Original post by aziz95)
    Is Butler Court in village and if so how much is it for the year?


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    no butler court is next to towers, which means its closest to town 3 mins away from the union and powerbase.. you dont want to live in village no phone reception there
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    (Original post by Axellesm)
    no butler court is next to towers, which means its closest to town 3 mins away from the union and powerbase.. you dont want to live in village no phone reception there
    That's crap, Billmo and Harry French are closer to town, the Village is no worse than any other hall really in terms or reception, it's how the buildings were built
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    (Original post by xxxy)
    That's crap, Billmo and Harry French are closer to town, the Village is no worse than any other hall really in terms or reception, it's how the buildings were built
    I get decent reception in Falk Egg, in Elvyn and Bakewell the reception is almost non existent whenever I'm there

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    Robert bakewell is self- catered?
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    (Original post by eleanorjay)
    Robert bakewell is self- catered?
    Yep, then the twin hall next door is catered (Elvyn Richards)
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    If you don't want to live on campus next year we need one person for a big 6 bedroom house next year. It's got a pool table, darts, big rooms with double beds and white boards, off road parking, big living room with a TV and all that, 2 bathrooms and about 5 minutes from campus. All for £374 per month including all bills. If you're interested message me, the lease starts on 1st July.
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    (Original post by LufbraCharlie)
    If you don't want to live on campus next year we need one person for a big 6 bedroom house next year. It's got a pool table, darts, big rooms with double beds and white boards, off road parking, big living room with a TV and all that, 2 bathrooms and about 5 minutes from campus. All for £374 per month including all bills. If you're interested message me, the lease starts on 1st July.
    That doesn't happen to be 29 Fearon Street is it? Random question, I know!
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    (Original post by thenickoftime)
    That doesn't happen to be 29 Fearon Street is it? Random question, I know!
    Nah mate, Brookfield Avenue.
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    ROOM AVAILABLE IN LOUGHBOROUGH
    I've just dropped out of a houseshare, and I need someone to fill my room. It's a nice 6-bedroom house, close to the uni and the town centre. There's 5 girls set to move in, just need the last room filled.
    £80 a week, all bills included (except internet).
    Please message me if you're interested.
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    I'm a 2nd year student and I had booked a room in the foundry (located in town). After signing the contract I had decided to take a year out through erasmus to study abroad in Germany for a year. The contract states that if I choose to opt out then I must find a replacement person to fill in the room.
    The tenancy runs from 1st sept 2014 to the 2nd august 2015. 48 week contract with mezzino loughborough or the foundry. 6 bed apartment (ground floor) with a shared kitchen. £75. 95 per week with bills included and a very lovely place to stay in! £20 booking fee needed with £150 deposit.
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    ROOM AVAILABLE IN LOUGHBOROUGH

    I've just dropped out of a halls, and I need someone to fill my room. Its self catered, based in the middle of campus.

    Must be a loughborough student

    Please message me if you're interested.
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    Considering between Bill Mo and Telford. I have read a lot about Bill Mo, but just wondering what student's views are on Telford as I can't find any anywhere with ease..
 
 
 
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