The University of London has five intercollegiate halls of residence available to full time students of the University:
- College Hall (Malet Street, WC1);
- Connaught Hall (Tavistock Square, WC1);
- International Hall (Lansdowne Terrace, WC1);
- Lillian Penson Hall (Talbot Square, W2); and
- Nutford House (Brown Street, W1).
In 2016, the completely rebuilt & refurbished Garden Halls will re-open with more than 1,000 student places in Cartwright Gardens, WC1.
All the intercollegiate halls are primarily catered accommodation providing breakfast and dinner seven days a week, although most halls have a small number of self-catering flats and studio options available.
In addition to the catered intercollegiate halls, our property management unit provides self-catering accommodation in flats at Clandon House (Finchley, N3). 21 self-catered flats are also available on Gower Street, WC1 for postgraduate students only.
To be eligible for a place at an intercollegiate hall, you must be a registered, full-time student at one of the University's Colleges or Institutes.
For getting to know people in your own intercollegiate hall, look out for the Facebook group that your Warden will have created just for residents in your hall this year.
Nido is the newest way of living student life, providing a unique ‘home-away-from-home’ experience, offering stylish and contemporary accommodation with intelligent design. Residents will be living in the heart of London and won’t have to worry about anything. At Nido there are loads of services that will make students lives easier.
St James's Street is the principal street in the district of St James's, central London. It runs from Piccadilly downhill to St James's Palace and Pall Mall. The main gatehouse of the palace is at the southern end of the road, and in the 17th century Clarendon House faced down the street across Piccadilly on the site of most of Albemarle Street.St James's Street was built up without an over-all plan but received a boost with Lord St Albans' planned construction of St. James's Square. Today St James's Street contains several of London's best known gentlemen's clubs, such as Brooks's, the Carlton Club and White's, some exclusive shops and various offices. A series of small side streets on its western side lead to some extremely expensive properties overlooking Green Park, including Spencer House and the Royal Over-Seas League at the end of Park Place.Two 18th-century yards survive behind the noble frontages and giant orders of columns or pilasters of the street. One is Blue Ball Yard, with stables built in 1742. The other is Pickering Place, with four informal Georgian brick houses of 1731. Jermyn Street leads off St James's Street to the east. The nearest tube station is Green Park to the west on Piccadilly.
A short walk from Soho House and Dean Street Townhouse, Little House Mayfair is one floor of a small building on a quiet corner in Mayfair. Open for breakfast every morning until late every night, the House gives you a cosy new private space for eating, drinking, working and meeting.
Embankment tube station Distance: 1.4 miTourist Information Villiers Street London, United Kingdom WC2N 6
Embankment is a London Underground station in the City of Westminster, known by various names during its history. It is served by the Circle, District, Northern and Bakerloo lines. On the Northern and Bakerloo lines, the station is between Waterloo and Charing Cross stations; on the Circle and District lines, it is between Westminster and Temple and is in Travelcard Zone 1. The station has two entrances, one on Victoria Embankment and the other on Villiers Street. The station is adjacent to Victoria Embankment Gardens and is close to Charing Cross station, Embankment Pier, Hungerford Bridge, Cleopatra's Needle, the Royal Air Force Memorial, the Savoy Chapel and Savoy Hotel and the Playhouse and New Players Theatres.
The Pride of London is a family run business that has the knowledge and 5 generations of Thames water-men and lighter-men.
In memory of Ben Woollacott who sadly passed away in 2011, who's heart and soul was dedicated to the family business.
We are one firm – a powerhouse of commercial enterprise that does the right thing for our clients, our people and our communities.
Our goal is to build the iconic professional services firm, always at the front of people’s minds, because we aim to be the best. We set the standard and we drive the agenda for our profession. We value our past but look to invest in our future to leave the firm even stronger than when we inherited it. We will achieve the three pillars of our vision by living and breathing a common set of behaviours.
1. One firm
We are one firm, an extensively networked organisation that aims to bring the best of PwC to our clients at all times. We combine rigour with fun and relish the most complex challenges. We create a flow of people and ideas.
- aim to deliver more value than our client expects
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- share knowledge and bring fresh insights
- always act in the interest of the whole firm.
Our clients and people feel and benefit from the energy and power of the firm. We have talented, enterprising and intellectually curious people who will strive with our clients to achieve success. It is this purpose that enables us to attract, develop and excite the best people and inspire confidence in our clients. We will:
- be positive and energise others
- invest in personal relationships
- listen with interest and curiosity, encouraging diverse views have a thirst for learning and developing others.
3. Do the right thing
We will deliver exceptional value with integrity, confidence and humility. We support one another and our communities. We have the courage to express our views, even when they may not be popular. We will:
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Murano by Angela Hartnett Distance: 1.6 miTourist Information 20 Queen Street, Mayfair London, United Kingdom W1J 5