Finance & Student Services

Student Halls of Residence

There are quite a few private residence hall operators in London. The bulk of these companies have recently embarked upon construction programmes that have resulted in many brand new or newly-renovated facilities being opened within a feasible travelling distance to LCDS. While the monthly rent for residence hall space may be higher than what you would typically pay for a flatshare, you should also bear in mind there are typically no additional costs for utilities, internet and transport costs are likely to be lower given their proximity to central London and LCDS. The companies below are listed to provide you with a starting point in your search for residence hall accommodation.

Unite’s Station Court halls next to Seven Sisters Tube is 10 minutes away from King’s Cross and offers affordable en-suite cluster rooms with a central kitchen/lounge area.
Emily Bowes Court and North Lodge at Tottenham Hale are also convenient locations for LCDS.
Additionally Unite’s newly opened Woburn Place facility is literally right around the corner from LCDS.
Please download the Unite International Brochure below for more information.

- Sir John Cass Hall: a vibrant hall of residence within an easy commute to King’s Cross with rooms that share kitchens and bathrooms. Apply early to secure a room.
- Claredale Hall:  individual rooms available in flats, with a shared kitchen and bathroom.
Please download the Cass & Claredale Halls information form below for more information.

Other Student Residence options include:

  • Nido West Hampstead  – a 10-15 minute train ride away from LCDS.
  • Liberty Living  – Liberty Living’s Sebastian St and St John St properties are within a 15-20 minute walk from LCDS.
  • International Students House  – International student residence hall located in Regent’s Park, is a 15-20 minute walk to LCDS.
  • Prodigy Living  – newly opened King’s Cross facility is about a 10 minute walk from LCDS.

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