Superior Standard Watch

jamesjenkinsy
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Superior Standard???

I am applying for the accomidation.... but does anyone have a clue what "Superior Standard" is?
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Think its the new County standard rooms (bigger, more modern) as these are £74.90 compared to the £67.90 other standard rooms round campus.
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County and Grizedale townhouses
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(Original post by JordanLUFC)
County and Grizedale townhouses
No they aren't, townhouses are listed seperately if you click "43 weeks".
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No they aren't, townhouses are listed seperately if you click "43 weeks".
You what?

County and Grizedale townhouses are identical, so if County is 'superior standard' then Grizedale will be the same
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(Original post by JordanLUFC)
You what?

County and Grizedale townhouses are identical, so if County is 'superior standard' then Grizedale will be the same
No, county standard costs more than the standards around the campus (hence the superiority). If you click county on the form you have the option of BOTH superior standard and townhouses. They are different.

EDIT: Also, superior standard is only an option for County College (on the form). What does County College havethat others dont? The modern build standard rooms (new county mains).
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Because all county college's standard rooms are brand new this year
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All Lonsdale and Cartmel ones are Superior Standard aswell
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does this also apply to superior ensuite?
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All Lonsdale and Cartmel ones are Superior Standard aswell
Superior en-suite you mean?
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Superior en-suite you mean?
yea it might of said that
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I'm living in County Standard next year and we've been told (Nothings set in stone) that there will be bathrooms between 2/3 people instead of one for a whole flat. That could account for the extra money, as well as the newness. I don't know if this is true! I'm keeping my fingers crossed though

Also I know Superior Ensuite is something like you get an iron and an ironing board when you move in. It just means you've got a bit of extra stuff in your flat I think. I lived in it this year and well ... that seemed like the case for us
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