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This is where we provide a variety of reports that will help you decide where to live.
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Student Reviews of Wolverhampton by Area

Breakdown of room rental by Area for Wolverhampton
Area Average Rent Sample Min rent Max Rent
All saints 3912 4 30 48
Central 82-1 16 70 128
Chapel ash 44 9 42 50
City centre 75-9 60 55 140
Dunstall 47 16 38 76
Merridale 46 4 31 91
Near university 64-22 14 50 99
Newport 537 3 50 55
Other 12018 1 120 120
Park village 40 15 35 45
Penn 71 11 33 110
Pennfields 50 15 35 75
Spring field 55 2 50 60
Tettenhall 73 4 60 81
Walsall 53 9 50 55
West park 63-4 12 40 65
Whitmore reans 64 313 30 95

Student Feedback on areas in Wolverhampton:

Address Rating Comment Date
At Home
80% Its a quiet town...  24 October 2011 
leslie road

28% this is nice area what i want to move from here due to my ccllege  07 October 2011 
86 harrow street
whitmore rean
50% cheap and close to school  18 December 2010 
eastny creasent
44% its a nice place to live  11 September 2010 
yew tree cottage
14 limes road,tettenhall
24% Good enough if you like peaceful places... QUIET PLACES  25 August 2010 
low hill
76% within easy access to the city centre and wolverhampton university. also easy access to shopping areas, the amc cinema  10 August 2010 
North Road
28% Did not find the area appealing, looking for a place in Birmingham.  19 May 2010 
2 Perch Close
Bentley Bridge
68% it was nice.  18 May 2010 
molineux street

42% shithole  10 February 2010 
Rupert street
chapel ash
22% the area is okay, but the buses on compton road are not very good.  12 November 2009 
blackhalve lane
76% it was a cool and safe enviroment.  30 September 2009 
owen road
west midlands
50% None.  16 September 2009 
Whitmore Reans
98% Evans St is a safe street to live in. It is central to plenty of shops,pubs,bank,post office, two parks and it is about a 10 minute walk to the university & city centre.   23 July 2009 
chapel ash
38% the street has old house and no renovation has taken place for now  29 September 2008 
cannock road
park village
100% *DOUBLE ROOM TO RENT* Must be clean and hygenic. Down to earth, female preferred but males welcome to apply. Very close to city centre and less then 10min walk to university. Rent includes utility bills. Internet access   23 September 2008 
whitmore reans
50% take care yourself.  12 September 2007 
Staveley Road
Whitmore reans
52% 10 min walk from the town centre, all the buses and trains you could need. And alot of shops, pubs, clubs and everything else you will need.  06 March 2007 
hilton road
new invention
42% no i dont lol  06 August 2006 
Bright Street
50% is quite safe  17 June 2006 

56% Quiet and safe. Easy access (by bus) to Wolverhampton city centre where there are lots of shops, clubs, etc...  13 April 2006 


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