University of Wolverhampton Victoria Hall

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University of Wolverhampton Victoria Hall

University of Wolverhampton Victoria Hall

Victoria Hall Limited



 Victoria Hall is a company providing Student Accommodation in the UK. It is part of the O’Flynn Group, a privately owned property and construction company. Using a model developed in Cork over 15 years ago, Victoria Hall was formed in 1996 to develop the student accommodation branch of the company and export this part of the business from Ireland, into the UK. Since then Victoria Hall has grown to have a presence in 11 major cities in the UK and on mainland Europe.



Victoria Hall is home to almost 7000 students in 11 cities in the UK, Ireland (Cork), and in mainland Europe in Germany (Bremen) and Spain, the Colegio Mayor Galileo Galilei (Valencia).Properties are managed autonomously with a central company office in London.

Victoria Hall develops, owns and operates all of its large property schemes, which function independently and in partnership with universities. Partnership agreements have been formed with The University of Birmingham, University of Wales Institute, Cardiff, Glasgow University, De Montfort University, Liverpool John Moores University, The University of Manchester, Newcastle University, Northumbria University, and Sheffield Hallam University.

Victoria Hall in Wembley, London has been built with an investment in a new, renewable energy source called Biomass which is expected to reduce the carbon footprint of the building significantly.

Victoria Hall, University of Wolverhampton – Europe’s tallest modular building

Victoria Hall in Wolverhampton consists of four tower blocks, the tallest of which is 25 stories and is the tallest modular building, principally constructed offsite, in Europe.

Victoria Hall has been recognised and awarded for its accommodation in an independent annual survey of students in higher education conducted by the National Student Housing Survey . It was voted the Best Private Hall Provider by students in the National Student Housing Survey 2011. It was also awarded an International Accommodation Quality Mark, given to providers and universities to recognise the service it offers international students.

Details of Accommodation

City Number of Beds Opened Image
Birmingham 656 1999
Bremen 284 2009
Cardiff 410 2003
Glasgow 470 2003
Leicester 541 2003 & 2006
Liverpool 416 2000
Manchester, Higher Cambridge Street 397 1997
Manchester, Upper Brook Street 438 2001
Newcastle 445 2008
Nottingham 602 2004 & 2006
Sheffield 499 1999
Valencia 587 Purchased 2007
Wembley 435 2011
Wolverhampton 657 2009