Kenneth Dixon Block in Goodricke is known for its enormous kitchens with dual facilities spread across 12 residents per flat. Each kitchen has two of everything - hobs, ovens, microwaves, sinks, kettles and fridges, so there’s less arguing over shared space. Rooms are small, but that is due to the ensuite facilities in some rooms. The rooms themselves have a huge number of plugs, especially useful if you have lots of electronics (see: gamer), but the wardrobes are a bit small. Also, if you are on the ground floor, the windows don’t fully open for security purposes. The worst part are the single beds - usually unsupportive, a thick mattress topper is a must. If you study on the East campus, it’s perfect. If you study on the West campus, it’s very easily accessible by the free shuttle bus between campuses. A newly opened Nisa general store and hairdresser has opened nearby, and there are a few pubs within walking distance if you want to enjoy a dinner out with mates.