- Liberty Living
Private Student Accommodation
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Accommodation available in London
Liberty Plaza - London3.3 miles (walking) 2.2 miles (walking) 4.7 miles (walking) 2.2 miles (walking) 5.2 miles (walking) 2.1 miles (walking) 0.5 miles (walking)
Liberty Plaza is in one of London’s coolest neighbourhoods, near the buzzy streets of Shoreditch and Spitalfields. The residence offers an all-inclusive, truly premium service with 24-hour staff assistance and modern facilities, including a gym and dance studio.
Liberty Plaza is within walking distance from many of the city’s universities and colleges, including London Metropolitan University and Hult Business school. Other institutions like Kings College London, Coventry University London and the Central School of Ballet are just a short ride away on public transport, which is right on your doorstep.
Liberty House – Sebastian Street - London1.8 miles (walking) 1.5 miles (walking) 1.5 miles (walking) 1.6 miles (walking) 4.2 miles (walking) 0.1 miles (walking) 1.6 miles (walking)
Liberty House - Sebastian Street is in Clerkenwell: one of London’s most fashionable areas, with a vibrant atmosphere and plenty to do.
There are many universities close by, including City, University of London. Getting around is easy with Old Street and Barbican stations under 15 minutes’ away.
Our premium student accommodation offers a tranquil setting with spacious rooms to rest and work in. All bills are included in your rent and you can access the gym and all other facilities at Liberty Plaza and St John Street, free of charge.
Liberty House – St John Street - London1.7 miles (walking) 1.3 miles (walking) 1.5 miles (walking) 1.3 miles (walking) 4 miles (walking) 0.2 miles (walking) 1.6 miles (walking)
Popular with post-graduates and with its Zone 1 location, Liberty House - St John Street is ideal for students looking for premium all-inclusive accommodation. The residence offers a peaceful environment, recently refurbished rooms and an on-site gym.
There are plenty of underground stations nearby including Angel, Farringdon, and King’s Cross with travel links to Imperial College London.
Liberty Hall - London2 miles (walking) 1.9 miles (walking) 1.5 miles (walking) 1.9 miles (walking) 4.4 miles (walking) 0.4 miles (walking) 1.5 miles (walking)
Liberty Hall is situated on the banks of Regent’s Canal (in Angel), offering a serene setting in a bustling central location. All bills, contents insurance and access to the gym at St John Street or Liberty Plaza are included in your rent.
You’ll be close to many of the city’s universities including City, University of London and the University of the Arts London. Plus, transport links are all within minutes of your new home.
Liberty Court - London1.7 miles (walking) 1.1 miles (walking) 1.6 miles (walking) 1.1 miles (walking) 3.8 miles (walking) 0.5 miles (walking) 1.4 miles (walking)
Liberty Court is conveniently located in central London near to plenty of universities and art colleges, including King's College London and City, University of London.
There’s lots to do in the surrounding neighbourhood, but you’re well connected for transport when you need to travel too (Farringdon station is just 3 minutes away).
At our Liberty Court student accommodation, all bills and contents insurance are included in your rent, and you can access the gym at our St John Street residence free of charge.
London for students
When London was voted the best city for students, we weren’t surprised (and neither were the thousands of students that already study in the capital).
London is home to some of the world’s top universities and many of the best student halls in London are also located in Zone 1, these include: University College London (UCL), Queen Mary University of London (QMUoL), Imperial College London, London School of Economics, King’s College London and London Metropolitan University plus many more.
You can find food from all over the world in London, with every taste catered for. From biryanis and bagels on Brick Lane, to international street food markets in Brixton, Camden and Borough, no cuisine has been left behind.
After a while, it’ll feel like student living in London is pretty much centred around eating. Luckily, our student housing in London is too, so food is never far from reach.
Things to do
London is hardly lacking in landmarks, either. Its skyline is dotted with skyscrapers like the Shard and Gherkin, plus attractions like the London Eye and Tate Modern.
You won’t be short of entertainment near your student residence in London, whether you’re into crazy golf, cat cafés or hip-hop karaoke. If you love gigs, you’re guaranteed to have one to go to every night of the week. In fact, nightlife in London is thriving, with many of the capital’s venues, bars and clubs open until the early hours.
London’s sports scene is no different and major sporting events happen throughout the year. There are many stadiums and sports grounds, some of which offer tours.
Arts & culture
If you’re into the arts, there are plenty of theatre and film festivals in London, as well as the usual string of West End shows and musicals.
However, you don’t have to fork out to get your cultural fix – lots of London’s museums and galleries are free. You’ll also notice street art everywhere, and many student flats in London are well-placed for exploring the capital’s cultural corners.
Health & wellbeing
There’s no denying that London life is busy, but there are spots where you can find solace in the city.
Did you know that 47% of London is green space? So much that it’s been called an urban forest. Student apartments in London are never far from a park, whether you’re going for a run, walk or a swim at one of London’s legendary lidos.
You’ll also find most campuses in London have a gym and offer advice on staying healthy while at university. Check our Mental Health and University Students page for more information on looking after your mental health.
London’s network of bus, overground and underground services is sprawling. There are so many ways to get to where you want to go that even born-and-bred Londoners rely on apps like CityMapper to show them the best route.
Many bus services operate 24/7 and the night tube now runs on the Victoria, Northern and Central lines. Getting back to student rooms in London after a night out has never been so easy.