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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1982-1983-73

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General Information 81 Regulations Rules and Discipline The full text of College Regulations Rules and Disciplinary Pro- cedures is available in separate booklet Residence Students in London live in wide variety of accommodation For some students the hall of residence with its own social life is the ideal place to live while others prefer to live more independently in flats or lodg- ings As flats are not easy to find new students who will not be living at home are strongly advised to seek accommodation in hall or at addresses provided by the University of London Accommodation Office list of halls of residence which offer accommodation to King's College students is given below and students wishing to live in any of them should write direct for an application form and further details As the number of places in halls is limited applications for admission can be considered only from persons who have been offered place in the College whether unconditional or conditional KING'S COLLEGE HALLS OF RESIDENCE FOR MEN AND WOMEN These halls have common application form and those wishing to apply should write to the Warden enclosing stamped addressed foolscap or A4 envelope The completed form should be returned to the Warden of the hall of first choice by 31st May and places will be allocated after that date The College reserves the right to raise fees without notice 71 Vincent Square Westminster SW1P 2PA Warden Miss Judith Champ After closure in 1981-82 to carry out extensive refurbishment this hall of residence originally built in 1913 with an extension in 1929 will re-open from the beginning of the new session in October 1982 The cost of the work has been met from funds provided from the College's Development Trust following grants from the Anonymous Donor and the University to purchase the building from the former trustees Provision is made for 69 single study bedrooms and 23 shared rooms all provided with wash-hand basins with hot and cold water and all the public rooms are centrally heated The fees include breakfast and dinner on weekdays and breakfast lunch and tea at weekends The Hall is the nearest to the College situated centrally near Westminster Abbey Westminster Cathedral Parliament and Buckingham Palace There are convenient buses but it is possible to walk to the College
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