I'm hoping to move out for uni next year, kent or UEA. Just wondering if i get my own shower and toilet, I shower three times a day so hoping i get my own.
If you go ensuite then yeah, if you don't then no.
In first year, this won't be much of an issue as you can get an ensuite room in halls.
However, in second and third year, if you go into a shared house, there will probably only be 1 or 2 bathrooms. Taking three showers a day is likely to annoy your housemates if they can't use the bathroom, and could cost you a lot in water bills. Your best option may be to look at renting in private halls. However, in third year, this might cause you to end up sharing with a group of freshers, which won't be ideal. Unless you can afford a studio flat, this could be a problem later on.
Nobody needs three showers a day, and whilst you can get an en suite in first year, in second / third year shared houses en suites basically don't exist. 3 showers a day will not make you popular with your housemates - I had a housemate in second year who took 45 minute showers. Unsurprisingly, no one signed up to live with her again for third year.
Some halls have en suites but these are way more expensive than normal halls. At my uni they're £20 extra a week, which is several hundred pounds over the academic year. If not you have to share which your flatmates won't be happy with if you hog the shower 3 times a day, especially as halls usually only have 1 shower between 4-6 people. Plus when you have to pay for bills, I doubt you'll want to be paying for the water and gas/electricity for that many showers a day. And private accommodation rarely has en suites and this is when you're likely to be paying for bills.
You'll probably only have around 14 contact hours a week maximum in first year - coming from an accountancy & finance student. However, they can be pretty poorly spread out, not leaving much time to anything in between (take my Monday for example: 9-10am, 11am-12pm, 1-2pm and 4-5pm). I'm only in 4 days a week though, but I also work 4 days a week, 3 of which are my days off of uni. If you aren't planning on working then you'll have plenty time for all of your sports, but if you're going to work too then you might want to reconsider all of your activities.