The location is ideal if you have lectures in the Brooks building, however it's further away from oxford road/main bus stops/ main campus/ other accommodation (about a 8 min walk). The kitchen/living room is of a good size, includes everything needed and has a large TV. However in our flat we have a big wall separating the kitchen and living room which makes it harder to socialise. I don't think the social experience in these halls are as good as I'd have hoped seeing as it was flats of 8. Due to the layout it is difficult to mix between flats, and security shut down any sort of big pre's/flat party's at 11pm. There is a glass door between our corridor and the corridor of the flat next door however this is a fire door so you can't go through it. On my floor there is also quite a lot of 2nd/3rd years who don't want to socialise as much. The halls doesn't have a common room of any sort and it didn't have any activities/socials for the building in freshers week for people to get to know eachother. I have luckily ended up with the disabled room so I have a very spacious room, however the other rooms are tiny compared to other halls, definitely the smallest rooms I've seen in any university halls. The accommodation is new, modern, clean and in working order.