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East Park

The new East Park student residences now provides 1,182 modern bedrooms only a short walk from the centre of Streatham Campus.

The new residences helps to fulfil the growing demand from our students for on-campus accommodation, that provides enhanced social experience and wellbeing, especially for first year students leaving home for the first time. The accommodation offers prospective students a range of room types and rent levels and a variety of local amenities to enjoy.

University Partnerships Programme (UPP) designed, built, funded and now operate the new East Park residence. 

Comprising of several blocks the East Park development is built in to the topography of the slope and takes advantage of the fantastic views across the city. Delivered in two phases, stage one of the development completed in September 2020 and students have moved in to stage two in this September 2021.

Landscaping works will continue on the East Park development throughout autumn 2021, which will include the planting of over 450 new trees and enhancing the existing boundary habitat.

Upcoming works

This tab will provide you with regular updates on the planned works, highlighting any potential noise and disruption, so that you have as much notice as possible to make any alternative arrangements.

Landscaping works will continue on the development throughout autumn 2021, which will include the planting of over 450 new trees and enhancing the existing boundary habitat. This work is unlikely to be disruptive but we will provide ongoing updates on this page.

 

Footpath closures on Streatham Campus 

A number of footpaths near the East Park site on Streatham Campus will be closed to allow resurfacing works to take place in August and early September. These include the Taddiford Valley footpath, the Hoopern Valley footpath and the footpath leading across the meadow from Lafrowda to Rennes Drive. Please take care when in the area and follow the signposted diversion routes.

Contact us

If you have any questions in relation to East Park, please email eastpark@exeter.ac.uk and a member of the team will get back to you.