Whether they are going to university for the first time or returning to study for another year, students will often find themselves in new accommodation – from halls of residence to private rented flats or houses.Students are one of the highest at-risk groups of crime, often targeted for high-value laptops, TVs, and entertainment equipment which are frequently left in plain view and unsecured against intruders. It is important, therefore, that students are aware of how to keep themselves and their possessions safe.
The student accommodations management team constantly review the safety and security features at the residencies in order to provide residents with a safe and secure accommodation. The team is also open to receiving feedback or concerns from time to time for improvement considerations. Nonetheless, the team has also put in place heightened 3-tier security measures at both Selesa and The Eagle Residencies to ensure that the student accommodations vicinity remain a peaceful and harmonious place of living for students.