For: Undergraduate students
Located: On Streatham Campus
Room type(s): Standard, En-suite
One of our new residences for 2020, East Park has been developed by our partners University Partnership Programme (UPP) and provides single standard and en-suite accommodation for undergraduate students.
There are 270 standard bedrooms in flats of between 8 to 10 students sharing a communal kitchen/dining and a lounge area. Bathrooms consist of an enclosed shower, toilet and a sink are shared between two students.
There are also 912 en-suite rooms. These are arranged in flats of 5 to 8 students sharing an open plan kitchen/diner with a lounge.
This residence is managed by UPP.
Reception contact details
Tel: 01392 726666
Where to collect your post and parcels
East Park Reception.
About this accommodation
40 week contract
7 minute walk to centre of Streatham campus
Games room with pool table and TV
Bookable meeting room
Has designated quiet blocks
Rooms available for wheelchair users
The prices below are the contract length total per room.
|Room type||2022-2023||2023-24||Contract length|
Standard rooms at East Park are approximately 9.6m².
En-suite rooms are approximately 12.7m².
These measurements are a guide only. In some residences room sizes vary considerably.
All rooms in each flat will have standard three-quarter double beds (6'3" by 4').
- Bed, wardrobe, desk and chair.
- Bookshelves, desk lamp or built-in lighting, noticeboard and waste bin.
- High speed wired and wireless network/internet from Glide Student. Please register using the links below:
- IPTV is available via your computer and can be arranged through Glide Student. Please note you will still need a TV Licence to watch live TV or BBC iPlayer from any device.
Shared kitchens have a cooker with oven, hob and grill, microwave, fridge/freezer, water boiler/kettle, dining table, chairs and an ironing board.
The quantity of items provided depends on the size of the flat. You will need to provide pots and pans, cutlery and crockery.
Please see our Kitchen and cleaning guide for information on how to use the gas and electrical equipment within kitchens and information on cleaning.
East Park gallery
I personally loved living in East Park, it was an extremely social, clean, cosy accommodation. I intentionally chose to be self-catered as I would prefer to cook and eat on my own schedule. East Park matched this intent, providing the largest cooking space with a huge social area where I could get to know my flatmates better. I was also super close to campus and additionally had study rooms which I personally used constantly.
Furthermore, with the huge areas of greenery around us I found that there was an amazing opportunity to escape and sit outside whilst drinking a coffee or reading an assignment.
Undergraduate student living in East Park