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Peel Park Quarter in Salford has been named the third-best halls of residence in the UK by students.
The Campus Living Villages property, which is home to nearly 1,400 University of Salford students, was built from a partnership by investor Equitix and the University of Salford, was described as “amazing” in a poll conducted by Student Hut, an online resource designed by former students to help current academics find the best universities and places to live.
Peel Park Quarter earned praise for its free gym facilities, multiple social spaces, state-of-the-art cinema room and private dining room. Each room boasts a ¾ bed and en-suite, while residents can also enjoy living close to the vibrant Manchester city centre.
Students were asked to nominate a halls of residence and deliver an overall verdict on their choice of venue. Peel Park Quarter was credited with providing residents with a living environment in which it is easy to make friends, whilst enjoying home comforts.
“Amazing accommodation. All of the facilities that are provided are in good condition. Rooms are a nice size with lots of storage, and the kitchen allows you to be very sociable with your flatmates,” the students told Student Hub, which supports users all the way through university with advice on finance and job tips.
Residents at Peel Park Quarter also benefit from having access to an art gallery, a nearby park, study room, multi-faith room, and 24-hour security, meaning students can enjoy a comfortable and safe experience.
John Georgakis, interim UK CEO at Campus Living Villages, said: “We are delighted that Peel Park Quarter has received this recognition, and it means so much coming from students. They are at the heart of everything we do, and it gives us great pleasure to hear such positive feedback.
“Our teams up and down the UK work incredibly hard behind the scenes to deliver the best possible student experience, and I congratulate everyone involved in making Peel Park Quarter the friendly, inclusive place it is today.”