Living in the Glasshouse you will be a 9-minute walk to Nottingham Trent University, an 8-minute bus ride to the University of Nottingham, a 2-minute walk to Victoria Centre, and a 7-minute walk to Victoria Park. you will also be close to various transportations that allow you to easily travel around. The Royal Concert Hall will be just 20 minutes away and you can easily reach the Broadway cinema nearby with a small ride or on foot.
It is just a 15-minute bus ride away from the main campus of Nottingham Trent University and a 30-minute bus ride away from the University of Nottingham. There are many transport links available within a short walking distance and the city centre is nearby.
The city of Nottingham, located centrally between Leicesterand Sheffieldin Nottinghamshire, UK, is well known for its history dating back to medieval times. You can still see remnants of the original Nottingham Castle today, where the tales of Robin Hood and Sherwood Forest live on. Nottingham’s population is around 310,000 people. The historic city was named a “City of Literature” by UNESCO in 2015 honouring its literary heritage, joining a handful of other cities that include Edinburghand Dublin.
In modern times, Nottingham has focused on sectors such as low carbon technologies and life sciences, as well as digital media, so there are many UK and multinational companies headquartered throughout the city. It is also well known for sports, including football, rugby, and cricket. It is home to the famous Trent Bridge Cricket Groundwhere many international cricket matches are held every year. Nottingham’s weather is generally warm and temperate, but even the driest months witness a lot of rainfall.
Nottingham is one of the best student cities in the UK, as it has an increasing student population compared to other major UK cities. There are over 60,000 students choosing to study in Nottingham, either at the University of Nottinghamor Nottingham Trent University.
Shopping in Nottingham is one of the most popular activities. There are endless world-class destinations to go on a weekend shopping spree. If you enjoy visiting cultural spots, you will definitely enjoy living in Nottingham. WollatonHall, TheArboretum, Old Market Square, and the City of Cavesare all popular places to visit among students.
Getting around Nottingham is hassle-free, as it has an internationally recognized award-winning public transportation system. It includes the country’s largest publicly owned bus network. You can easily travel around using the Nottingham railway station and the Nottingham Express Transit tram system too. A trip from Londonto Nottingham is just under two hours.