Positives: Norfolk Terrace is the place to be if you love chaos, partying and being social. Living in a flat with up to 14 people can be hard work but if you like meeting new people it offers the opportunity to make lots of friends. It is in a great location, with amazing views of the lake and field from the windows, and exiting straight outside the science/biology building. It's incredibly close to the Sainsbury's Centre for the Visual Arts, which has a really nice cafe you can sit and do work in. Furthermore, the flat has three toilets and two showers and we've never had a problem with sharing and no one ever has to wait. The kitchen has windows completely covering two walls so there are nice views while you're cooking and cleaning. The bedrooms might look small, but they're actually the biggest on campus and they have plenty of draws and wardrobe space. If you get a newer mattress as well the beds are pretty comfy. The desk is big and is facing the window so there are nice views while you're studying. Negatives: The windows don't open very far (unless you're on the bottom floor) to stop people climbing onto the roof. The windows are also a problem when it gets sunny as it gets incredibly hot - it's like living in a greenhouse, which is a bonus in winter but horrible in the summer. Norfolk Terrace is very noisy, there is almost always something going on so if you have an early morning lecture or an important exam then next day it can be hard to get to sleep if noise bothers you. The kitchen will constantly be a mess and is definitely too small, especially if you live in a larger flat with 14 people. You get about half a shelf in the fridge and less than half a freezer draw (there are only two fridges). The cupboard you get to store your stuff in the kitchen is tiny and most people end up keeping a lot of their stuff in their room. Moreover, it will constantly be a mess - it is a tiny kitchen shared by 14 people, barely anyone does their washing up. Finally, you have to remember to shut your curtains as, especially on the lower floors, people can see in.