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Bodington Hall

The largest student residence, mainly for first years, are located out by the Leeds Outer Ring Road. 650 students live in catered residences, 500 in self-catering rooms.

Charles Morris Hall

Mount Preston Street, LS2 9JP, is home to Charles Morris Hall, consiting of four blocks of buildings- Storm Jameson East, Stoem Jameson West, Dobree and Whetton. Dobree and Whettom accommodate 80 students in each of two blocks with most bedrooms having a washbasin but share a bathroom. This was refurbished in 2010. Storm Jameson East & West are new buildings, with the first set of students moving in September 2010. All rooms are en-suite and are also fitted with double beds.

Devonshire Hall

Devonshire Hall is located off Cumberland Road, LS6 2EQ, approximately half a mile north from the University centre. It is based around an old building (the original Devonshire Hall), but most accommodation is in new blocks. 260 students live in catered residences, while another 300 reside in self-catering rooms. It is considered to the preserve of the richer students and is the only residence to hold formal hall.

Ellerslie Hall

Ellerslie Hall, located on Lyddon Terrace, LS2 9LQ, is a set of 6 refurbished Victorian houses on the edge of the campus. It has a total of 118 bedrooms. Most study bedrooms have a washbasin but share a bathroom with a neighbour, 32 of the rooms have en-suite facilities. It has approximately 30 rooms with a double bed. Ellerslie has a...
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