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Accommodation

Your Room - What to Expect

By hughero 09 Aug 2019

Your room number will be emailed to you at the beginning of September, and we're sure you'll be excited to get moved in, start meeting people and begin decorating your new home, so we've put together a brief overview of what you can expect from your room.

Crown Place 
Room Number
Crown Place is split into 3 blocks and 8 cores within those blocks. Block 1 consists of cores A, B and C. Block 2 is cores D, E and F and Block 3 is cores G and H. 

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your core. 
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, LG being Lower Ground Floor. 
  • The final three digits of your room number show your cluster flat and room number in the cluster flat.
  • For example, A1.303 is Core A, Floor 1, Cluster flat 3, bedroom 03 and DG.105 in Block 2 is Core D, Ground Floor, Cluster flat 1, bedroom 05.

Colours and Storage 
There is a neutral tone used on the majority of walls but there will then be a ‘feature colour’ wall:
Core A – Light blue / Core B – Green / Core C – Orange / Core D – Red / Core E – Dark Blue / Core F – Yellow / Core G – Purple / Core H – Turquoise. There is a wardrobe and some space for storage under the bed.

Click here to see a video of a room in Crown Place

Dover Court 
Room Number

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your Block. 
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, LG being Lower Ground Floor. 
  • The last two numbers are your flat number and your room number within that flat.
  • For example, A132 is Block A, Floor 1, Flat 3, bedroom 2 and DG21 is Block D, Ground Floor, Flat 2, bedroom 1. 

Colours and Storage
There is a neutral tone used on the majority of walls but there will then be a ‘feature colour’ wall: A block – lime green / B block – teal / C and D blocks – purple. For storage there is a wardrobe, under bed storage and also a cupboard at the back of the bed which can store narrow items. 

Click here to see a video of a room in Dover Court

Greenbank Student Village
Room Number

  • The letter is your core / building.
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, M being mezzanine and LG being lower ground floor.
  • The remaining numbers are your flat and room number in that flat.
  • For example, UG.503 in Rathbone is Core U, Ground Floor, Cluster flat 5, bedroom 03 and T2.208 in Derby is Core T, 2nd Floor, Cluster flat 2, bedroom 08

Colours and Storage
There is a neutral tone used on the majority of walls but there will then be a ‘feature colour’ wall in bedrooms. All of the rooms are different colours (a variety of blue, pink, yellow, green or purple) so we recommend waiting until you arrive to choose any decoration. There is a wardrobe, a set of drawers and some space for storage under the bed.

Click here to see a video of a room in Greenbank Student Village

Melville Grove 
Room Number
We have 49 Houses at Melville.

  • The first number is your house number
  • The second number is your room number in the house (there are around 7 rooms per house).
  • For example, 487 is house number 48, room 7 

Colours and Storage
There is variety of wall colours from purple, blue, lime green and plain white. These are specific to room, rather than house, so will vary depending on your exact room. Carpets are all dark grey. There is a wardrobe and some space for storage under the bed.

Click here to see a video of a room in Melville Grove

Philharmonic Court
Room Number

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your Block. 
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, LG being Lower Ground Floor. 
  • The last two numbers are your flat number and your room number within that flat.
  • For example, A132 is Block A, Floor 1, Flat 3, bedroom 2 and DG21 is Block D, Ground Floor, Flat 2, bedroom 1.

Colours and Storage
These rooms have grey walls. For storage there is a wardrobe, under bed storage and also a cupboard at the back of the bed which can store narrow items. 

Click here to see a video of a room in Philharmonic Court

Tudor Close
Room Number

15 houses numbered 1 to 15. 1 to 4 in the middle of the site; 5 to 8 along the front on Mulberry Street; 9 to 12 at the rear of the site and 13 to 15 at the side looking over Oxford Street.   

Colours and Storage
These rooms have white walls and a wardrobe for storage.

Click here to see a video of a room in Tudor Close

Vine Court 
Room Number

  • The letter at the start of your room number is your block; there are three blocks in the West Block (A, B and C) and three in the East Block (D, E and F). 
  • The first number is the floor you are on; the number 1 would be first floor etc. Lower floors use letters - G being ground floor, GM being mezzanine. 
  • The rest of your room number is your room on that floor.
  • For Example, A3059 is A block, 3rd floor, room 59 and CGM014 is C block, Mezzanine floor, room 14.   
  • To give you an idea of how many people will be living near you, if you're catered you'll be on a corridor with up to 16 people, and if you're self-catered you'll be in a flat with up to 8 people.

Colours and Storage
The walls are sandstone grey and the carpets are coloured as below:
A & AB – Dark red / B – Green / C – Blue / D – Purple Blue / E – Brown Orange / F – Green Yellow
There is a wardrobe and some space for storage under the bed.

Click here to see a video of a room in Vine Court.

If you want to know more specific detail about what's in your room, further information is available through your ‘Introduction To the University of Liverpool’ Online Induction. You will receive an email directing you to complete this in early September.