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TWO COOL AND VERY FRIENDLY MALE STUDENTS CURRENTLY LIVE IN THIS STUDENT HOUSE, IT IS VERY NEAR TO LOCAL SHOPS FOR YOUR BREAD AND MILK ETC AND THERE IS A WINE SHOP NEXT DOOR! NEW...
New Wolverhampton Student Flatmates
Mathilde - 21
Im a french female student and I will study for a semester at the wolverhampton university (from january 2016 to may). Im looking for roommates to share a house or for a family hos...
karrer - 22
I'm a french student studying at the university of wolverhampton and i'm looking for a room in a collocation from september...
Bethany - 20
Hi, My names Beth. Looking for a double bedroom house/flat to rent (preferably long term) I am friendly, tidy and clean. I do keep myself to myself. I like my nights out as well a...
Peio - 20
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Rooms to rent in Wolverhampton
Sitting in the shadow of its much bigger and better known neighbour Birmingham, Wolverhampton is in fact itself the 12th largest city in England and has an combined urban population of over a quarter of a million people.
While Wolverhampton is widely regarded as an industrial centre, in recent years it has undergone an urban renaissance. Wolverhampton has invested a great deal of time and money in creating a new-look city; from building cutting-edge business parks to constructing modern residential accommodation to meet the needs of its growing population.
Wolverhampton is well connected to the whole of the UK, by virtue of its central location and excellent road and rail links. The city and surrounding areas are served by a bus network that runs regular routes to and from all areas into the centre, together with a light rail tram system that connects Wolverhampton with neighbouring West Bromwich and Wednesbury.
Professionals are most likely to seek house shares in the newly regenerated Canalside Quarter or a flatshare in Tettenhall, which is probably the most historic and desirable part of the city. Wolverhampton’s student population with limited budgets are most likely to look to areas such as Ettingshall, Wednesfield and Lower Penn.
The facts and figures
- Average monthly room rental: £300
- Average time to find a room: 35 days
- Average time to let a room: 80 days
- Professionals renting rooms: 66%
- Students renting rooms: 34%