The accommodation on campus is superb and I couldn't really fault it - I stayed in the Main Halls, and, although they were older and less modern than the newer halls built, they were big rooms and all had sinks, which made it a lot easier to wash dishes etc. The walls between rooms were quite thick, which meant that some sounds weren't heard from other rooms, but, due to the varying backgrounds of people living together for the first time, a lot of people can be very noisy and can disturb you a lot, especially within the first couple of weeks. However, there is an 11 o'clock curfew for excessive noise, and are numbers in each room with instructions of how to ring security if you would like to make a complaint, which allows a fall-back for those particularly annoying/loud nights. The kitchens were in decent working order and were tidy when we first moved in, and had all the amenities that were required - such as a toaster, freezer, oven, etc. Each room has a food locker to store things that you don't want other people eating, and each of these lockers locks, and there is a lot of storage space both in the kitchen and the rooms.