The location of Salisbury Hall was beautiful, near to Sefton Park and surrounded by trees and calm roads. It was a bit too far from the uni for my liking but the regular buses helped to get me to my lectures on time. The room itself was small but with decoration it felt like home pretty quickly! I lived with 21 other people in my block in Salisbury hall so it was never boring, however, although we were catered, the size of the kitchen really was not acceptable for the amount of people who used it. I would also suggest an expansion of the one common room within Salisbury, or the use of the unused space in the middle of the block to create a common room for each block of flats. The common room was filled quickly by other groups from the many other blocks and so there was no real space for everyone to fit in one place, which my flat attempted to do as we all to become close. The Carnatic field was used for this purpose, however, only when the weather improved as we approached summer and the end of the year. The showers could be updated, and maybe multiplied! 4 showers between 22 caused problems at certain points in the morning and evening. I originally wanted to live in Crown but got given Salisbury Hall and I don't regret it one bit. Salisbury really is one of the most sociable places to live, especially as we were surrounded by a number of different halls of residences within Carnatic and ate together in the canteen every day.