Derby • Kedleston Street


Derwent Students


Brookside is a modern development consisting of stylish cluster flats and houses nestled in-between the University of Derby and City Centre. Each flat and house have a spacious kitchen and bathroom, fully furnished bedrooms and living areas which have been refurbished with LCD TVs and leather sofas.

The site is only a 10 minute walk from the city centre and 17 minute walk from the University. Outside Brookside is the stop for the UniBus which runs every 10 minutes making it very convenient for getting to University if you overslept.

Derby has a compact and thriving city centre with everything a student needs. The modern intu Shopping Centre houses big name food outlets, department stores and high-street shops, and the picturesque Cathedral Quarter is home to quirky boutiques and independent cafes and bars.

Less than a 10 minute walk is Friar Gate, full of great bars and restaurants. Derby has a diverse clubbing scene offering something different for each taste of music. It also has an active arts and cultural scene, providing a great calendar of events throughout the year. The city contains beautiful parks, including the Arboretum, the first public park in the UK, and is surrounded by the Peak District National Park.

Brookside also offers an outdoor area with picnic benches, free 35mb WiFi, on-site parking and bike storage. There is a weekly communal cleaning service which helps keep the site looking clean and tidy and new recycling facilities. Brookside is an excellent choice for both undergraduate and postgraduate students looking for friendly, all-inclusive accommodation in a prime location.

24/7 Security
Bike Storage
Bills included
Cleaning available
Insurance included
On-site Laundry
On-site maintenance
Social Space
Storage available
Study Area
WiFi 25Mb
WiFi 50Mb
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