A dynamic mix of mediaeval and modern, Nottingham is a fantastic location for a memorable student experience. With an impressive history, including the legendary Robin Hood, Nottingham is a culturally diverse and vibrant city, ideally suited towards student life. With two world-renowned universities and plenty of further education colleges, you won’t be alone as a student living in Nottingham. . Coupled with this, Nottingham boasts a variety of cultural venues, Nottingham Contemporary Art Gallery, The Theatre Royal and Playhouse to name a few.
Nottingham was named Transport City of the Year in October 2012. The city has the largest publicly owned bus network in the UK, and is also served by a large railway station and an expanding tram system. East Midlands Airport is located just over 10 miles to the south-west of the city. With a compact city centre and a well-developed travel infrastructure, it’s easy to see why there has been an enormous rise in students choosing to live in the city rather than the suburbs. Residing in the city means you have fantastic shops on your doorstep, a vast choice of restaurants and a well-developed nightlife (in case you fancy a drink or two!)
Primo Managed Properties
Halley House, Nottingham – 2024/25 ACADEMIC YEAR BOOKINGS OPEN – AVAILABILITY
£140 per week
Halley House is a boutique student residence in a superb location, just off Old Market Square in Nottingham. With accommodation over 4 floors, including 61 en suite luxury studios, it attracts lots of attention from discerning students (and their parents). Facilities include FREE gym, common room, plus parking (charges apply).