The Green is purpose-built student accommodation in Bradford which is perfect for first year students to live in as you settle into student life. It is only a (literal) stones throw from the University of Bradford, and a 10-minute stroll from the city centre.
The Green is one of the most sustainable student accommodation developments of its kind. It offers university students a great student community which is sat so close to the University of Bradford campus facilities as well a short walk from the centre of Bradford.
Residents of The Green can enjoy the benefits of secure bike storage, 24-hour on-site security and a unique and exciting social atmosphere which sees students organise frequent events and trips, which helps new students settle in quickly and form strong friendships.
When you have finished your first year of study you probably have a group of friends in mind that you would like to live with. The Green Village provides second and third year students with townhouse style living. The townhouses are arranged as a small village, with rooms available either in apartments with six en-suite bedrooms, or 12-bedroom townhouses, ensuring there is something to meet the needs of everyone.
The Green could hardly be sat in a more convenient location for students studying at the University of Bradford, with campus facilities reachable within four minutes on foot.
The centre of Bradford is only 10 minutes’ walk away so you can quickly go and hit the shops at the brand new The Broadway Centre, where you will find more than 70 stores and places to eat. With a wide variety of unique shops and high street brands, you will be spoilt for choice - and all under one roof.
Next stop, North Parade for cafes and bars. The tried and trusted Trip Advisor rates Al's Dime Bar as the top night out in the city, so drink to that whilst choosing from a range of craft beers and cocktails. If a quaint pub is on your agenda, The Sparrow is also a great shout.
When your tummy starts to rumble there will be no shortage of tasty eateries from which to choose. If you are feeling adventurous, why not make your way to Mylahore and embark on the ‘giant naan challenge’ (not bad for starters – get it?).
If you are in the mood for Italian dining there is a Zizzi's in the Broadway Centre. The city centre is also packed with fantastic eateries, from Thai to Bar & Grill and everything in between.