These halls are not owned by Universities. They are either privately owned or run as charities. This type of accommodation can be a good option for those students not able to get a place in University halls of residences and typically it is of high quality with many buildings offering en-suite rooms and studios. However, this does often mean they are more expensive than housing provided directly by Universities.
The halls listed below are those registered with the ULHS. Where the hall is owned privately then we insist it be signed up to the ANUK Code of Standards for larger developments. You can find out more about the ANUK code requirements here. ANUK carries out property inspections but the ULHS do not inspect these properties. Whilst a small number of our long standing Charitable Halls (inspected by a ULHS member of staff before being listed) do not need to be signed up to the ANUK code, new Charitable Halls wishing to register with the ULHS must be signed up to the ANUK code.