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  • If they aimed to house most of their students in the way that the majority of Cambridge University undergraduates are housed by their colleges it would free up a large number of family sized homes in Norwich currently let to second and third year UEA students.As in many university cities not a few of these houses are former council houses sold under the right to buy and making their current owners a killing in rent a year. It is also a consideration that when university students are paying £9,000 a year in tuition fees the last thing they want to be doing is paying £3,000 a year for some tatty student house where it is uncomfortable to live and hard to work properly and their time is spent in battles with letting agencies to get essential maintenance carried out.

    Daisy Roots

    Thursday, November 22, 2012

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