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What to bring

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What do I need to bring?

You will need to bring your own bedding (duvet, pillows, covers, pillowcases and sheets) and cooking utensils (pots/pans, crockery and cutlery) for the kitchen.

Prohibited items include deep fat fryers, barbeques, chip pans, candles, incense burners, fairy lights, electric blankets, electric heater, grills, knives and weapons.

Students can bring electrical equipment however please ensure equipment is PAT tested in advance.

Can I bring a car?

Yes, however please note there are a limited numbers of car parking spaces available adjacent to the student accommodation.

The University charges for car parking on-campus. Student car parking costs £60 for a 9 month permit.

Staff and students with a disability will be eligible for a permit subject to presentation of a valid Blue Badge and a nominal £1 annual fee. For further information check out car park management.

Off-campus parking is free however there are a limited number of car parking spaces available within head-leased accommodation.

Can I bring my TV and do I need a licence?

Yes, however some bedrooms do not have individual aerial sockets but do so within the kitchen, living and dining area.

In most developments a subscription to internet TV, IPTV is available.

Whether you watch TV on a traditional television or online you must ensure you have your own individual TV licence, even if you put your TV into the kitchen for communal use.