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Halls Selector

With so many halls of residence at the University of Leeds, it can be a difficult choice when trying to make your mind up which one you would like to choose. We've made this handy tool below to help you on your way to deciding.

 

 

 

Would you like Catered or Self Catered accommodation?

Catered

Benefits of being catered:
- Proper food cooked for you.
- Don't have to budget for food.
- Sociable meal times.

Self Catered

Benefits of being self catered:
- If you enjoy cooking.
- Can choose your own meals & times.
- Cheaper rent.

 

So far you have chosen:
Catered accommodation.

 

Would you prefer an ensuite or shared bathroom?

Ensuite

Ensuite bathrooms:
If you prefer your own bathroom.
Can add approximately 10-20% more to your rent.

Shared

Shared bathrooms:

Shared bathroom, often between 2 or 3 people.
Cheaper rent.

 

So far you have chosen:
Self catered accommodation.

 

Would you prefer an ensuite or shared bathroom?

Ensuite

Ensuite bathrooms:
If you prefer your own bathroom.
Can add approximately 10-20% more to your rent.

Shared

Shared bathrooms:

Shared bathroom, often between 2 or 3 people.
Cheaper rent.

 

So far you have chosen:
Catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to be on or off campus?

Campus

On campus:

On or near campus (within 1 mile).

Closer to university and key facilities.

 

Off Campus

Off Campus:
Further from campus (1 mile or more).
Closer to student areas or city centre.
Often cheaper.

 

So far you have chosen:
Catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to be on or off campus?

Campus

On campus:

On or near campus (within 1 mile).

Closer to university and key facilities.

 

Off Campus

Off Campus:
Further from campus (1 mile or more).
Closer to student areas or city centre.
Often cheaper.

 

So far you have chosen:
Self catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to be on or off campus?

Campus

On campus:

On or near campus (within 1 mile).

Closer to university and key facilities.

 

Off Campus

Off Campus:
Further from campus (1 mile or more).
Closer to student areas or city centre.
Often cheaper.

 

So far you have chosen:
Self catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to be on or off campus?

Campus

On campus:

On or near campus (within 1 mile).

Closer to university and key facilities.

 

Off Campus

Off Campus:
Further from campus (1 mile or more).
Closer to student areas or city centre.
Often cheaper.

 

So far you have chosen:
Catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilities
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

 

So far you have chosen:
Catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Off campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilities
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

 

So far you have chosen:
Catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilities
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

 

So far you have chosen:
Catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Off campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilities
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

 

So far you have chosen:
Self catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilities
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

 

So far you have chosen:
Self catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Off campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilties
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

 

So far you have chosen:
Self catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilities
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

 

So far you have chosen:
Self catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Off campus location.

 

Would you prefer your accommodation to include sports facilities?

Sports Facilities
On Site

No Sports Facilities
On Site

You chose:
Catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:

 

 

Devonshire

Dev is seeped in tradition and style. Whether it’s the Dev Summer Festivals, the Harry-Potter style dining halls, the long orchestral and performing tradition or whatever it is you’re looking for – you’ll probably find it at Dev. There's a great community spirit within the hall, a really active JCR (the student committee that organise activities), musical performances and lots more to get involved in all on site. Plus, it’s not far from the student areas of Headingley and Hyde Park and bus routes into town.

Find out more about Devonshire.

What students say about Devonshire


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You chose:

Catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:

 

Charles Morris


The lovely Chariie Mo is right at the heart of campus and with 624 flat mates, you're bound to have a good time. Close to the Union and the gym you can eat what you want then go work it all off!

Find out more about Charles Morris.

What students say about Charles Morris.

Ellerslie Global Residence

At Ellerslie, you can literally fall out of bed and be in a lecture within 5 minutes as you’re right on campus. Plus, you get to eat your breakfast and dinner in the Refectory with loads of other students every day which means you don't have to bother with the hassle of cooking. Ellerslie itself is made up of the main building and annexes, and has lovely big common rooms so you can get to meet others easily.

Find out more about Ellerslie Global Residence

What students say about Ellerslie Global Residence

Lyddon Hall

Lyddon Hall is pretty much slap bang in the middle of everything; just behind the Union, a stone’s throw from the Library as well as being near some of the other on-campus halls. You get to eat with all the other catered students in the Refectory, and you are only a 15 minute walk into the centre of town. Lyddon itself is quite sociable, with common rooms and an active Halls Exec who plan events such as formal dinners and film evenings.

Find out more about Lyddon Hall.

What students say about Lyddon Hall.


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You chose:
Catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Off campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Unfortunately, there are no halls that exactly match your choices, but you may be interested in the following halls:

 

Devonshire

Dev is seeped in tradition and style. Whether it’s the Dev Summer Festivals, the Harry-Potter style dining halls, the long orchestral and performing tradition or whatever it is you’re looking for – you’ll probably find it at Dev. There's a great community spirit within the hall, a really active JCR (the student committee that organise activities), musical performances and lots more to get involved in all on site. Plus, it’s not far from the student areas of Headingley and Hyde Park and bus routes into town.

Find out more about Devonshire.

What students say about Devonshire.


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You chose:
Catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Off Campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Unfortunately, there are no halls that exactly meet your choices, but we think you might like the following halls:
 

Charles Morris

The lovely Chariie Mo is right at the heart of campus and with 624 flat mates, you're bound to have a good time. Close to the Union and the gym you can eat what you want then go work it all off!

Find out more about Charles Morris.

What students say about Charles Morris.

Ellerslie Global Residence

At Ellerslie, you can literally fall out of bed and be in a lecture within 5 minutes as you’re right on campus. Plus, you get to eat your breakfast and dinner in the Refectory with loads of other students every day which means you don't have to bother with the hassle of cooking. Ellerslie itself is made up of the main building and annexes, and has lovely big common rooms so you can get to meet others easily.

Find out more about Ellerslie Global Residence

What students say about Ellerslie Global Residence

Lyddon Hall

Lyddon Hall is pretty much slap bang in the middle of everything; just behind the Union, a stone’s throw from the Library as well as being near some of the other on-campus halls. You get to eat with all the other catered students in the Refectory, and you are only a 15 minute walk into the centre of town. Lyddon itself is quite sociable, with common rooms and an active Halls Exec who plan events such as formal dinners and film evenings.

Find out more about Lyddon Hall.

What students say about Lyddon Hall.

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You chose:
Catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:
 

 

Devonshire

Dev is seeped in tradition and style. Whether it’s the Dev Summer Festivals, the Harry-Potter style dining halls, the long orchestral and performing tradition or whatever it is you’re looking for – you’ll probably find it at Dev. There's a great community spirit within the hall, a really active JCR (the student committee that organise activities), musical performances and lots more to get involved in all on site. Plus, it’s not far from the student areas of Headingley and Hyde Park and bus routes into town.
Find out more about Devonshire.

What students say about Devonshire.


Start Again
 

 

You chose:
Catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:

 

Charles Morris


 

The lovely Chariie Mo is right at the heart of campus and with 624 flat mates, you're bound to have a good time. Close to the Union and the gym you can eat what you want then go work it all off!

Find out more about Charles Morris.

What students say about Charles Morris.

Ellerslie Global Residence

At Ellerslie, you can literally fall out of bed and be in a lecture within 5 minutes as you’re right on campus. Plus, you get to eat your breakfast and dinner in the Refectory with loads of other students every day which means you don't have to bother with the hassle of cooking. Ellerslie itself is made up of the main building and annexes, and has lovely big common rooms so you can get to meet others easily.

Find out more about Ellerslie Global Residence

What students say about Ellerslie Global Residence

Lyddon Hall

Lyddon Hall is pretty much slap bang in the middle of everything; just behind the Union, a stone’s throw from the Library as well as being near some of the other on-campus halls. You get to eat with all the other catered students in the Refectory, and you are only a 15 minute walk into the centre of town. Lyddon itself is quite sociable, with common rooms and an active Halls Exec who plan events such as formal dinners and film evenings.

Find out more about Lyddon Hall.

What students say about Lyddon Hall.


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You chose:
Catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Off campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Unfortunately, there are no halls that exactly meet your choices.
 

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You chose:
Catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Off campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Unfortunately, there are no halls that exactly meet your choices, but we think you might like the following halls:
 

Charles Morris

The lovely Chariie Mo is right at the heart of campus and with 624 flat mates, you're bound to have a good time. Close to the Union and the gym you can eat what you want then go work it all off!

Find out more about Charles Morris.

What students say about Charles Morris.

Ellerslie Global Residence

At Ellerslie, you can literally fall out of bed and be in a lecture within 5 minutes as you’re right on campus. Plus, you get to eat your breakfast and dinner in the Refectory with loads of other students every day which means you don't have to bother with the hassle of cooking. Ellerslie itself is made up of the main building and annexes, and has lovely big common rooms so you can get to meet others easily.

Find out more about Ellerslie Global Residence

What students say about Ellerslie Global Residence

Lyddon Hall

Lyddon Hall is pretty much slap bang in the middle of everything; just behind the Union, a stone’s throw from the Library as well as being near some of the other on-campus halls. You get to eat with all the other catered students in the Refectory, and you are only a 15 minute walk into the centre of town. Lyddon itself is quite sociable, with common rooms and an active Halls Exec who plan events such as formal dinners and film evenings.

Find out more about Lyddon Hall.

What students say about Lyddon Hall.


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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:

 

Devonshire

Dev is seeped in tradition and style. Whether it’s the Dev Summer Festivals, the Harry-Potter style dining halls, the long orchestral and performing tradition or whatever it is you’re looking for – you’ll probably find it at Dev. There's a great community spirit within the hall, a really active JCR (the student committee that organise activities), musical performances and lots more to get involved in all on site. Plus, it’s not far from the student areas of Headingley and Hyde Park and bus routes into town.

Find out more about Devonshire.

What students say about Devonshire.


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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:
 

Henry Price

Henry Price is right on campus, so it’s not far to go to lectures, walk into town or get to the shops and cafés in Hyde Park. Plus, when the sun is out, the whole of Woodhouse Moor (known as Hyde Park, right opposite the halls) almost magically becomes filled with student sun-seekers and it's practically your back garden if you're living at HP.

Find out more about Henry Price.

What students say about Henry Price.
 

Leodis

Leodis is one of the biggest residences, near campus and some of the other halls too. Nearly all of the rooms are ensuite, and it’s all lovely and modern inside. Leodis attracts a mix of people so there’s a great variety of people to get to know.

Find out more about Leodis.

What students say about Leodis.

Central Village

Central Village is located close to the city centre and is the biggest residence we have with almost 1000 students living here in en-suite accommodation It’s only a short walk to the University and the city centre pubs, cafes, restaurants, shops and cinema.

Find out more about Central Village.

St Mark's

Just over the road from the engineering departments, St Marks is a relatively new site for postgraduates to live. With a beautiful grassy quad and useful common room this is an ideal location for postgraduate students!

Find out more about St. Mark's.

Sentinel Towers

Sentinel Towers is just 15 minutes walk from campus and only a few minutes from the city. It offers quiet and peaceful living, and is particularly popular with those who prefer a quiet study environment, postgrads and medics as it's so close to the hospital. The rooms themselves are ensuite and all have internet access.

Find out more about Sentinel Towers.

What students say about Sentinel Towers.


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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Off campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:

 

Liberty Dock

Liberty Dock is great for students who want to experience the city lifestyle. There’s a huge bar on site where there’s always stuff going on like big-screen sports, film evenings and events put on by the student-led Halls Exec. The area around Liberty Dock has recently been redeveloped too, so now there's a Tesco Metro, casino and pizza express right nearby.

Find out more about Liberty Dock.

What students say about Liberty Dock

Oxley

Oxley looks pretty grand at first glance, as the main hall is a manor house – it’s beautiful with a few bedrooms located inside. Most bedrooms are ensuite and in purpose built blocks surrounding it in the green grounds. There’s also a bar onsite, a new gym, it’s right next to the Uni’s outdoor sporting facilities, Headingley, and there's a bus that runs you straight into town.

Find out more about Oxley.

What students say about Oxley.


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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Ensuite bathroom.
Off campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:
 

The Tannery

The Tannery is a great hall just 15 minutes walk from campus and only a few minutes from the city. It's next to some other halls, so there's always loads of students about, and some interesting takeaways and the Fox & Newt Pub is right down the road.

Find out more about the Tannery.

What students say about the Tannery.

James Baillie Park

James Baillie is between Headingley and Hyde Park which means you have the best of all the student bars, shops and cafes all within walking distance, as well as being only a short walk away from campus. Plus all the buses at the end of the road get you straight into town in about 10 minutes. The rooms themselves are nearly all ensuite, but there are some where you share a bathroom with two others and also some studio flats.

Find out more about the James Baillie Park.

What students say about James Baillie Park.


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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Unfortunately, there are no halls that exactly meet your choices, but we think you might like the following halls:

 

Oxley

Oxley looks pretty grand at first glance, as the main hall is a manor house – it’s beautiful with a few bedrooms located inside. Most bedrooms are ensuite and in purpose built blocks surrounding it in the green grounds. There’s also a bar onsite, a new gym, it’s right next to the Uni’s outdoor sporting facilities, Headingley, and there's a bus that runs you straight into town.

Find out more about Oxley.

What students say about Oxley.


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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:

 

Montague Burton

Monty B is right next to campus and the city centre, so you can get everywhere walking (and therefore saving you a few quid on a bus pass). There’s a perfect outdoor BBQ and seating area for those summer days too!

Find out more about Montague Burton.

What students say about Montague Burton.

Sentinel Towers

Sentinel Towers is only 10 minutes walk from campus and 15 minutes from the city centre. It offers quiet and peaceful living, and is particularly popular with those who prefer a quiet study environment, postgrads and medics as it's so close to the hospital. The rooms themselves are ensuite and all have internet access.

Find out more about Sentinel Towers.

What students say about Sentinel Towers.

Henry Price

Henry Price is right on campus, so it’s not far to go to lectures, walk into town or get to the shops and cafés in Hyde Park. Plus, when the sun is out, the whole of Woodhouse Moor (known as Hyde Park, right opposite the halls) almost magically becomes filled with student sun-seekers and it's practically your back garden if you're living at HP.

Find out more about Henry Price.

What students say about Henry Price.
 


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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Off campus location.
Sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:
 

Oxley

Oxley looks pretty grand at first glance, as the main hall is a manor house – it’s beautiful with a few bedrooms located inside. Most bedrooms are ensuite and in purpose built blocks surrounding it in the green grounds. There’s also a bar onsite, a new gym, it’s right next to the Uni’s outdoor sporting facilities, Headingley, and there's a bus that runs you straight into town.

Find out more about Oxley.

What students say about Oxley.

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You chose:
Self catered accommodation.
Shared bathroom.
Off campus location.
No sports facilities on site.

Based on your choices, we think that you would like the following halls:

 

James Baillie Park

James Baillie is between Headingley and Hyde Park which means you have the best of all the student bars, shops and cafes all within walking distance, as well as being only a short walk away from campus. Plus all the buses at the end of the road get you straight into town in about 10 minutes. The rooms themselves are nearly all ensuite, but there are some cluster flats (meaning that you share a bathroom with two others) and also some studio flats.

Find out more about the James Baillie Park.

What students say about James Baillie Park.
 

North Hill Court

NHC is tucked away near the bottom of the James Baillie site and so is right between the student areas of Headingley and Hyde Park. It’s a bit of a bargain when it comes down to accommodation, as although it’s not the most modern, you’ve got a great location, you’re in a beautiful old build house, with some huge rooms and some of the rooms even have a balcony.

Find out more about the North Hill Court.

What students say about North Hill Court.

Lupton

Lupton’s location couldn’t be better as it's right in the middle of student-central, Headingley. There’s a parade of shops and restaurants right by the site, including the favourites of Pizza Express, KFC, Gregg’s, Sainsbury's and the beloved Wilkinsons. All this plus pubs in every direction and the major bus routes to take you straight into uni & the city centre and back.

Find out more about the Lupton.

What students say about Lupton.

Grayson Heights

Tucked away in Kirkstall, Grayson Heights is popular with families and postgraduates. This hall offers you a peaceful home environment, yet with all the conveniences of the Kirkstall shops and leisure facilities on your doorstep. It's not as close to the University as some of the other residences, but it's easy to reach the campus by bus, cycle or walking, and Headingley train station is only a 10 minute away walk too.

Find out more about Grayson Heights.

What students say about Grayson Heights.


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Find your Halls on Facebook

Whether you want to chat and get to know your new flat mates, find out what exciting events we've got planned for you once you arrive or just ask any questions about coming to Leeds Uni or what to bring with you, the official Facebook groups are here:

Central Village Charles Morris CitySide Devonshire 
Ellerslie  Grayson Heights  Henry Price  James Baillie Park 
Leodis  Liberty Dock  Lupton  Lyddon 
Montague Burton  North Hill Court  Oxley  Sentinel Towers 
Smaller Properties St Mark’s  The Tannery  

 


 

 

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