University of Chichester

University of Chichester

University of Chichester

Best Locations for Student Accommodation

  • Maplehurst Road
  • Winterbourne Road

Average Rents

Average rent for a room in private accommodation is in the region of £70 a week.

Parking Permits

For some residential areas you will need a parking permit, for more information checkout useful links under university information.

Living in the area

Chichester is the hub of several main roads, the most important of which is the A27 coastal trunk road connecting the city to the rest of the south coast. The A286 and A285 connect the city to the north, both roads heading towards the A3, and eventually the capital.

Chichester is prone to much traffic congestion along the A27 during the rush-hour, as well as a significant volume of traffic travelling through the nearby villages and residential areas to avoid the main roads. Alternatively, Chichester train station – on Stockbridge Road – runs regular services from the nearby towns of Barnham, Havant and Fishbourne as well as the wider rail network.

The Four Cross Roads, along with St. Pancras are home to a number of café bars and pubs along with the city’s best choice of eateries and restaurants offering everything from traditional pub grub to international cuisine, brasseries. Woodies Wine Bar & Brasserie on St. Pancras, has a great reputation for the quality of its Mediterranean food.

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