Students and Young People
jLiving has been offering specialist student accommodation in London for more than 20 years.
Welcome to jLiving’s Jewish students ‘hall of residence’ called 99PPA, available to all Jewish students regardless of religious observance.
99PPA is located in the heart of Golders Green offering 27 bedrooms. The accommodation is self-catering and has kitchen/dining areas. Kashrut is maintained to the London Beth Din, Kashrut Guide standards by all tenants, with guides available for information. The communal lounge is often the venue for Friday Night Dinners and other events.
The halls of residence
We have lots of flexible space available depending on your own preferences and requirements. The building is arranged over two floors and spread over three areas – the Front building, the Main building and the Annexe.
The Front building
The front building hosts the communal lounge, five bedrooms, a small kitchen, a bathroom and a toilet.
The Main building
The Main building is home to the laundry room and 19 bedrooms over two floors. Each floor also has two large kitchen/ diners, two bathrooms and two toilets.
This area has just two bedrooms, a shower room, toilet and a small kitchen.
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Availability and cost
Rooms are available from September to mid-June paid termly in advance. Please contact our Lettings Coordinator for the annual fees. All students are required to pay a deposit returnable at the end of their stay and a Council Tax deposit returnable upon receipt of a CT certificate confirming student status and available from colleges and places of study.
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What’s on Offer?
Each fully furnished bedroom has:
- A vanity unit
- Hot and cold water
- Central heating
- Double glazing
- Bed, wardrobe and desk.
99PPA also offers:
- A comfortable modern communal lounge with a 42” screen TV, games and coffee area
- Communal laundry room
- Shared kitchens
- Shared bathrooms
- Fast, wireless internet access – included in the rent
- Two managers, responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of the building (Mon – Fri)
- The recreational rooms, common areas, kitchens and bathrooms/toilets are cleaned daily (Mon – Fri)
A student’s perspective
I grew up in South Africa but decided to come to London to study. My brother lives in Golders Green so I already knew the area but of course, I was still homesick.
Being in a Jewish house made the transition to living and studying here much easier. I really enjoyed my time in the house and am still good friends with many of the people I lived with. I have met people from all over the country and all over the globe with different perspectives on life but a common ground between us and I wouldn’t change any of it for the world!
Jonathan Sacks, Student studying medicine