Located in the Pollock Halls complex and opened in September 2009, John Burnett House is the University's newest hall of residence. It provides accommodation for a total of 146 first year undergraduate and post-graduate students.
Pollock Halls is approximately 20 minutes' walk from George Square and 35 minutes' walk from King's Buildings.
John Burnett House offers a variety of room types ranging from en-suite rooms, both shared and singles, standard singles and superior rooms.
The twin rooms are spacious, measuring 18.2m² and they have been especially designed to cater for the requirements of two residents sharing a living space. Each room benefits from en-suite facilities with a designated dressing space and abundant storage and study areas.
Our superior single rooms are all en-suite and offer almost double the space of our standard single rooms. The superior room provision includes double the wardrobe space of a single room and a ‘lounging space’ with additional soft seating.
Given the variety in room types and sizes across our estate, we are only able to provide example layouts of a ‘typical’ flat or room.
|Catering||Yes, catering package included|
|Internet & Telephone||Yes, further details below|
|Car Parking||Restricted, on request only|
|Electricity & Heating included||Yes|
|Smoking||All our properties are non-smoking|
Internet and telephone is available in each room through the University's Keycom system. You can find further details on Keycom in the contract.
Our dedicated Residential team who provide opportunities to meet others and offer guidance and support if needed. Find out more about your home away from home here:
This article was published on Sep 4, 2012