Private Rented Accommodation

The majority of students studying at Central choose to live in Private Rented Accommodation - we can help you find what you're looking for.

The majority of students studying at Central choose to live in Private Rented Accommodation

The majority of students studying at Central choose to live in Private Rented Accommodation. This can be a cost effective way of being closer to Central and help to manage the long days spent on campus, especially during production weeks.

The University of London has a useful private housing search tool on their website, and you can also find a list of housing, letting agency and flatmate searching websites in the Accommodation Guide 2018/19.

Whilst students studying at Central live in all parts of London and further afield, the following areas are popular because of their proximity to the University:

  • West Hampstead
  • Kilburn
  • Willesden Green
  • Dollis Hill
  • Neasden
  • Golders Green

Shared Accommodation

Two Sharers’ Days are organised each year to help students meet other potential housemates. The SAS, Student Union and University of London Housing Service will be there to provide advice and guidance. Local Letting Agents are also invited to present any suitable properties and begin the process of arranging a viewing.

Dates for the 2018 Sharers’ Days will take place at Central on the following days.

  • Friday 20th July, 11am-1pm: Dench Studio (Ground Floor Performance Space, West Block)
  • Friday 17th August, 11am-1pm: New Studio (Second Floor, Embassy Extension)

All students must reserve a place in order to attend. To reserve your place and recieve more information about the event, please contact the Student Advice Service with your full name and course. 

For help, advice and the latest news on accommodation, please join our Facebook page or Facebook group, or current students can visit the Student Accommodation page on MyCentral. Students can use the Facebook group as a forum to make contact with future housemates, advertise rooms and seek advice from current students. This is very helpful for prospective students who live outside of London to make contact with each other ahead of the Sharers’ Days. If you cannot access these, please contact the Student Advice Service.

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Contact

Student Advice Service

sas@cssd.ac.uk

+44 (0)20 7559 3900