Sir John Cass Hall is a recently refurbished purpose-built building with 132 bedrooms arranged over three floors. All of the single-study bedrooms have their own mini-fridges, washbasins and wireless broadband internet. They are all centrally heated and fully furnished with plenty of electrical sockets and a TV aerial socket (note: you need to buy your own TV licence).
You will need to provide your own bedding. All showers, toilets and washing facilities are shared.
On each floor there are a number of kitchens where you can sit down to eat with your friends. The kitchens are equipped with all the things you would expect, such as cookers, microwaves, fridges, freezers and a food locker for each resident. There’s also some space for storing pots and pans, which you need to bring yourself, along with crockery and cutlery. Kitchens are cleaned daily.
There’s a large communal area which consists of a study/studio space for college work as well as a TV room. This area has wireless broadband internet.
There are a limited number of parking spaces available for residents.
The building is covered 24 hours a day by sub-wardens, who are fellow students, so if there is ever an emergency there is always somebody available to help.
Sir John Cass Hall is managed by Cass and Claredale Halls of Residence Association Limited. A charitable registered society under the Co-operative and Community Benefit Societies Act 2014. Reg. No. 27158R
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