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    Hi,

    I am planning to start my Legal practise course at BPP this September.
    I haven't confirmed my accommodation yet.
    should i stay in student residence hall or rent out my own apartment or wait till i find some cool ppl to share a place.

    Time is ticking
    Haven't made up my mind, yet

    Any suggestions

    Thanks
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    I'm in the same boat, trying to find people going to Manchester for the lpc to house share, I don't think i can handle halls Cz there's bound to be first year students and all that...

    If you don't mind the noise and mix up then go for halls, probably safer and easier to sort out, but I think it's a better idea to stay with fellow lpc students, just my take

    Good luck
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    I have booked a studio at Liberty Heights to be on the safe side.

    Its just 4 min walking distance from the Uni.

    I agree staying at halls would be tricky but if you manage your time wisely , it will be ok.

    Staying with fellow LPC student is ideal but renting out the whole apartment , guarantor, security, monthly bills, etc , i guess its an extra headache. But nonetheless i am open to the idea of sharing.

    Will you be going to BPP ?
 
 
 
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