Urgent Help: Nottingham Accomodation

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Sunnys19
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I've been a little worried about getting good Accomodation that isn't too expensive and has an en suite and maybe a situation where I accept my offer but my only option for accommodation is an expensive one I don't like.

Also what areas are best to live in but are still affordable and which should I avoid whilst looking for accommodation? Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated as I am panicking a little with the whole thing being unsure right now
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Hi Sunnys19, you'll need to be more specific to get the responses you want. Just some of my thoughts on what you may want to share:
- are you looking for campus accommodation
- if you are looking for campus accommodation, which site
- if you're not looking for campus accommodation, are you looking for an en suite room in a shared house and will a studio, 1 bed flat be acceptable. Max travel distance.
- if applicable, catered or not
- what constitutes affordable to you may not be the same as the next person

If uni campus accommodation, I think all en suites would've gone as applications were being received from 1 March. Good luck.
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