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My friend has been put in a Unite Students flat by themselves. They were told on their tour way back in March that they would have 5-6 flatmates but unfortunately they are now just living in an empty flat with 6 empty rooms. The accommodation keeps brushing them off but I am seriously concerned for their mental health and fear they may not be the only one living in the same situation. I feel like they should probably get their money back and be allowed to leave due to being falsely advertised that they would have flatmates. I am really worried that there are other people in the same situation and it just feels like Unite Students does not seem to care about their tenants mental health?
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Didn’t you just make this post but said it was your BF?
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I would contact the university services and ask for advice. They should know what to do
Hope that helps

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