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    Hi.
    I'm currently on my gap year and am in the process of determining what type of accomodation would be best for me for when I start Uni in september.
    I doubt I will be given halls as i live close by to my Uni(for health reasons), and I am wondering what sort of accomodation would suit me in terms of functionality and cost wise?
    I need to mention that the places I've lived in before have been poor quality in terms of structure and pest problems/difficult landlords. So what is your experience living in, A: Halls, B: private student accomodation or C: buddying up in a big house or flat(i.e: through a letting agent?) please could you give me the pros & cons of each as i'm starting to get quite anxious I won't find a suitable place in time and as I've got health conditions I don't want to really be worrying about accomodation problems, I want to be able to focus solely on putting my all into my BA course.
    Also, if it helps my Uni is in London.
    Thanks( and sorry this was long)
 
 
 
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