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    I'm looking at either Leodis, Henry Price or Central Village. I'm in a long-term relationship and we're very certain we'll keep it going so I'd ideally like her to be able to sleep round every few weeks, are these accommodations cool with that? I've heard Leodis has a gate and strict site managers so I'm a bit apprehensive, even though that's ideally what I'd choose (double bed)
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    Yeah there's a gate, you just need the fob to get in, I'm sure she wouldn't be arriving on her own (i.e. you'd be with her), all accommodation is like that
    And I don't know where you heard about strict site managers, there's a least 500 people that live there, they can't know everyone
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    (Original post by iElvendork)
    Yeah there's a gate, you just need the fob to get in, I'm sure she wouldn't be arriving on her own (i.e. you'd be with her), all accommodation is like that
    And I don't know where you heard about strict site managers, there's a least 500 people that live there, they can't know everyone
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    Thanks so much! Do you study at Leeds/lived in Leodis?
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    (Original post by iElvendork)
    Yeah there's a gate, you just need the fob to get in, I'm sure she wouldn't be arriving on her own (i.e. you'd be with her), all accommodation is like that
    And I don't know where you heard about strict site managers, there's a least 500 people that live there, they can't know everyone
    whats the "fob"
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    (Original post by gigi77774)
    whats the "fob"
    A fob is a small electronic device you use to open electric gates/doors etc.
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    (Original post by marthalxcy)
    I'm looking at either Leodis, Henry Price or Central Village. I'm in a long-term relationship and we're very certain we'll keep it going so I'd ideally like her to be able to sleep round every few weeks, are these accommodations cool with that? I've heard Leodis has a gate and strict site managers so I'm a bit apprehensive, even though that's ideally what I'd choose (double bed)
    I didn't study at Leeds but everywhere I've been has been fine with overnight guests. At most, they ask that you sign visitors in.
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    (Original post by marthalxcy)
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    Thanks so much! Do you study at Leeds/lived in Leodis?
    I'm a 4th year at Leeds, didn't live at Leodis, but I walked past it everyday and had friends who lived there
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    (Original post by iElvendork)
    I'm a 4th year at Leeds, didn't live at Leodis, but I walked past it everyday and had friends who lived there
    what accommodation would you recommend? In terms of socialising, en suite and self catered? x
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    (Original post by gigi77774)
    what accommodation would you recommend? In terms of socialising, en suite and self catered? x
    Any of them, they are all decent, and the social aspects just depends on the people that live there
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    We looked at central village on the open day and asked a guy about sleepovers. Technically you were only supposed to have someone stop over 2 or 3 nights a week. In practice he said a girl had practically moved her boyfriend in and nobody had said anything.

    All accommodation is subjective - we've had people tell us that central village is soulless and others say it's very noisy.

    If you look here https://accommodation.leeds.ac.uk/do...student_survey you can find the latest survey, You need to do a lot of scrolling but there are some graphs that look at feedback per residence on subjects such as security etc. Is probably the closest you'll get to finding any kind of consensus.
 
 
 
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