The freshly refurbished Georgian town houses of Camberwell Campus provides a historical setting in a convenient location.
Bernard Myers House is a hall with a great sense of community, conveniently close to Camberwell College of Arts.
Many practising artists and designers live in Camberwell, and it's easy to see why, with its cultural and ethnic diversity and strong sense of community.
Bernard Myers House is very handy for Camberwell College of Arts, which is only a short walk away. London College of Communication (Elephant & Castle) is just 20 minutes by bus.
There are 123 ensuite bedrooms available for UAL students and each flat cluster will be shared between 6-7 students.
Bernard Myers House is located in Zone 2 and very near to many of our colleges including Camberwell College of Arts and London College of Communication.
It is also very close to the newly redeveloped Burgess Park and residents have easy access to the heart of London. The immediate local area also benefits from a small supermarket, independent coffee shops, a great local pub and various fast food take away restaurants.
An average journey time in to Oxford Circus is 30 - 45 minutes. Camberwell Green is served by many bus routes that run in and out of London 24 hours a day.
Please note that standard tenancies at Bernard Myers House for single standard ensuite rooms are for 42 weeks, and for studio rooms they are 51 weeks, and that these prices are for the new academic year beginning in September 2016.
Bernard Myers House has the following features for disabled students:
Please note, extra equipment to help aid you during your stay can be arranged. If you would like further details about our disabled facilities in this hall, please get in touch directly with the Accommodation Services team on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Unite group plc owns and manages this accommodation for exclusive use by University of the Arts London students. Your tenancy agreement and conditions of residence will be with Unite group plc.
This hall is signed up to the ANUK code of practice. For more information visit: www.nationalcode.org