Your accommodation options.

Many first year undergraduate students, including international students, take a room in Joseph Stones House, a nine-storey complex purpose-built for Leeds College of Music adjoining the conservatoire. To live in Joseph Stones House you must be 18 years old by 13 September.

If you don’t get allocated a room in Joseph Stones House, or would prefer to live further away from the conservatoire, we are now able to allocate rooms at The Plaza. This is a large development, approximately a fifteen minute walk from the conservatoire.

Joseph Stones House is now full for 2016/17. We are still accepting applications for The Plaza. Please read the application guide, then download a price list and application form



If you do not get a room in Joseph Stones House or want to live elsewhere, there are several  privately run halls of residence to which you can apply – or you can choose to live in a shared house.
UNITE, which owns and manages Joseph Stones House, also owns two other buildings in the city, The Plaza and Sky Plaza.
Alternatively you can apply for somewhere to live through UNIPOL, a reputable, charitable trust that helps students find a place to live. UNIPOL offers halls of residence, flats, houses and rooms through private landlords who have signed up to the UNIPOL code of conduct.

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Due to the specialist nature of the conservatoire, some undergraduate students come to Leeds College of Music from other parts of the country and abroad while still under 18 years old. Students aged under 18 have a limited choice of where to live, due to current British legislation.
The following options are available to students at Leeds College of Music, but it is the responsibility of parents or guardians to ensure that the accommodation is suitable for your needs. Please contact the accommodation providers directly for more information, viewings and to make a booking.

One Mill Street is a Unipol-owned hall of residence that is popular with Leeds College of Music students and only a seven minute walk from the conservatoire. They have a tenancy support worker who will take a lead in supporting Under 18’s and their families from the application stage.

Liberty Dock is approximately a twenty minute walk from the conservatoire, close to the Clarence Dock area of Leeds.

Questions about accommodation?

0113 222 3514 | accommodation@lcm.ac.uk


Applications for September 2016 are now being accepted. Please read the application guide, then download a price list and application form.



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