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Written on: 07/09/2014 by 445Fraser (1 review written)
The amount you pay for this place is really because of the location. Situated opposite the train station, a 10 minute walk into town and a walking distance to most universities is really handy but thats about it. Due to my course starting a lot earlier than other people I moved in five days before anybody else in my flat did. Luckily two girls in the flat opposite me where studying the same course as me so that was handy. When I arrived I asked about car parking spaces as I own my own car and… Read Full Review
Written on: 14/06/2012
Living in Mill Point halls in my first year of my Business degree was possibly the best choice of my whole entire life. Being a small-town girl from Wales I never thought that I would fit in many places and having to share kitchen accomodation was possibly the worse thought for me. I got there a week earlier than most people to get a feel for my environment and it was great!!! I can still remmeber my first day there, everyone gathered on the grass for greeting drinks so that you get to meet… Read Full Review
Written on: 13/02/2011
Mill Point is an absoloute joke!! You pay for literally EVERYTHING.. My friends who have been at uni before were shocked when I told them I was paying £101.43 a week. My brother went to university a few years ago and paid £95 a week and was catered. Not only this but you have to pay for the internet which is £141 a year! AND parking is a no-go at £17.50 a week. I think this is a complete rip off as my friend who is at Salford uni pays £69 a week, gets free internet and parking.. The only plus… Read Full Review
Written on: 24/03/2010
Mill Point seem good at one thing, taking your money. You pay through the nose for everything, and see very little return. You cannot even park your car for a couple of hours without paying five pounds. Staff are hit and miss, some are nice, some are plain rude. The turnstile to enter the accommodation is unnecessary and awkward when you have shopping bags, or even your uni bags.
To park at the halls for an entire year is something along the lines of 700pounds. In Bramall Court, it is… Read Full Review
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