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Champion Hill Residence

As part of King’s vision to improve and develop its provision of student accommodation, and in association with the modernisation of Denmark Hill Campus, the Champion Hill Residence (formerly called 'King’s College Hall') has been redeveloped to a higher standard both in the quality of the accommodation and in the attractiveness of the complex in the neighbourhood. The facility opened to students in September 2014.

Students were involved in the design of the facilities, expressing their requirements and preferences. Comments from local residents and other stakeholders were carefully considered and informed the final design.

Improved student facilities

Resident students benefit from a new design specification for the study bedrooms and from the associated design for the self-catering kitchen and dining facilities as well as the social areas in the cluster style layout. In addition, student computing and printing services, high-speed wireless connectivity and café and bar facilities have been introduced.

A more secure and contained environment

The new complex has been designed to provide a secure, welcoming and more contained environment for its residents. This includes

  • landscaped facilities between the blocks of accommodation
  • a fitness circuit
  • external wi-fi
  • access through a new reception foyer.

Every effort has been made in the design of the scheme to draw the student residents and vehicles off the public highway into the complex.

Watch a time lapse video of the construction work being carried out.

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