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We also are able to offer student accommodation for the individual and for groups in excess of 20+ persons.

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Why Claypenny?

Formed in 1994, Claypenny Properties is a family business which has grown over the years in order to fully meet the needs of the student population in Sheffield.

Our portfolio of student accommodation in Sheffield is fully equipped and furnished to a high standard and provide an excellent base for Sheffield students in the most popular and sought after locations.

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Student Accommodation and Covid-19 in 2021

University students living away from home have been one of the groups hardest hit by the impact of COVID-19 over the past year. As schools re-opened on 8th March, many higher education students may be forced to wait a bit longer before they can resume their classes. 

The Essential Do's and Don'ts of Sharing Student Accommodation

Every student knows that going to university and having housemates go hand-in-hand. Many young students start in the dormitories, sharing a room with another first-year or an older mentor during their first uni experiences. As you get more experienced, you can branch out into sharing a house with other students for a more residential lifestyle. Of course, whether you're in the dorms or a spacious house, sharing your home with housemates has the usual set of challenges.

10 Student Accommodation Tips for Maintaining a Healthy Work-Life Balance during the Lockdown

With the third national lockdown gaining momentum, students in Sheffield are once again stuck in their student houses, looking for ways to juggle studies, work, and personal life. Even though, the prime minister expressed hope that the remote learning regime will end by February half-term, the pandemic is too unpredictable to make plans.

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