Burkhardt House was a very small part of the Hulme Hall campus - consisting of only 16 flats. It was right opposite the Victoria Park student bar which was very convenient. The bar often had events and ‘nights’ on such as movie and election viewings, comedy nights, and student bands performing. Other facilities include the washing machines and dryers. The system of the washing machines was very limited and frequently did not work - either not washing clothes properly, going on an overly long cycle when not stated as such, and ‘locking’ themselves unnecessarily. Since there were only two of each machine for all burkhardt blocks this proved to be an issue multiple times. However, once notified the issues were dealt with rather promptly. The reception dealt with holding and distributing of mail and parcels. I have had a few issues with deliveries, although most of these I can attribute towards the delivery rather than issue with the Halls facilities themselves. The resident life advisors were very nice, although we have had many many issues with their system of disciplining for certain ‘rule breaking’ in the halls.