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University of Sussex
Best Locations For Student Accommodation:
- Lewes Road
- The Laines
- Kemp Town
- Hanover/Lewes Road: £75.00-£88.00 per week
- Lanes/Town Centre: £80.00-£100.00
- Bevendean/Mouslecoombe: £68.00-£80.00 per week
Parking and Permit Information:
There is free parking in Hanover, but in Laines and the centre of town there is only parking for permit holders.
Some of the properties in Mouslecoombe/Bevendean have parking on their drives or free parking outside the front of the house.
Living In East Sussex/Brighton:
Brighton is one of the most popular areas on the South East Coast. Brighton is home to two universities and is a great city for students to live and study in. It is known for its famous pier, which attracts a number of tourists throughout the year who go and enjoy the rides located at the end of it. Along with this, Brighton has a multitude of boutiques, shops, restaurant, pubs and bars with a range of variety which caters to every individual’s tastes.
Brighton has an energetic art scene throughout the year but is famously known for The Brighton Festival in May, which attracts a huge number of people from across the UK. There are an assortment of museums and galleries including the Brighton Art Gallery and Museum and The Brighton Toy Model Museum but also a collection of artists located along the seafront known as Brighton Seafront Artists’ Quarter.
Nightlife in Brighton is extraordinary and there are countless clubs and bars located all around the town and a few clubs located near the beach including Honey Club and Life which have a student night on Mondays! Whether you want to enjoy Live Music at North Laine or experience dub step, funk, R & B there are numerous clubs all walkable distance positioned around the town centre and the seafront.
Brighton has a vivacious social scene from day to night. During the day there are a variety of shops but the main shopping centre is in Churchill Square and most other shops are located in the heart of the city centre. If you want to experience quirky boutiques, North Laine has a variety of shops, which sell unusual and eccentric items.
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