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University of Leeds

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University of Leeds

About University of Leeds

The University of Leeds was established in 1904, we are one of the largest higer education institutions in the UK and are globally renowned for the quality of our teaching and research.

We are committed to meeting the expectations and needs of everyone using our buildings, amenities and services. To create equality and make visitors, students and staff on campus feel welcome, we will seek to identify and remove barriers to building use.

Everyone who uses our buildings is encouraged to make us aware of any adjustments that we might reasonably make to take account of individual needs.

Storm Jameson Court (459 bedrooms) is the University's newest student accommodation. It has specially adapted rooms, facilities and services which have been thoughtfully designed to meet all requirements of the National Accessible Scheme (NAS) standard for people with mobility, visual and hearing impairments.

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