Coronavirus: Advice For Our Tenants

As you are no doubt aware, the situation with regard to the Coronavirus outbreak continues to evolve at pace.  We continue to monitor the situation very carefully and are guided by the advice from the World Health Organisation and Public Health England.  Currently, latest advice states that any visitor from a Category 1 area should self-isolate for 14 days, even if they are asymptomatic. Those visitors from a Category 2 area are advised to isolate if they present with symptoms. A list of these specified regions or countries can be found here.
We should also be mindful that Coronavirus is, in the majority of cases, a mild self-limiting illness especially in young people. It is important that your response is proportionate, whilst at the same time seeks to protect the vulnerable you may all have contact with.

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Welcome to The Park! Student Accommodation in Sheffield

Welcome to The Park in Sheffield! Situated next to the beautifully scenic Norfolk Park, minutes from the city centre and bustling with a student community – you’ll find everything you need for the perfect student living set-up. Let us tell you a bit more…

Recently Renovated

Each house at The Park has recently undergone a renovation, meaning that you’ll find modern interiors, excellent amenities (such as dishwashers & washer dryers), TVs, spacious living areas and double bedrooms in every property. Each house has been fully fitted with high spec furnishings and decor – we’re pretty sure you’re going to love them!

Amazing Prices

Prices at The Park start from £75 per week, which even includes all bills – gas, water, electricity & WiFi! At Campbell Property we do not charge admin fees, or even ask for a deposit if you have a UK based guarantor. We just simply ask for a £250 holding fee which is then taken off the first instalment of your rental payments. Helping you to secure a student property without breaking the bank!

Tight Knit Community

The Park only rents its homes to students, creating a lovely student community and providing lots of opportunities to meet new people! Pre-drink at your friends houses, have movie nights together in the common room, and travel in to town together on the free shuttle bus. 

Shuttle Bus

Yes, you read that right – a free shuttle bus runs from The Park into town every hour, so no need to rush in the mornings or carry an umbrella during the winter months! Relax with your friends, or perhaps finish skimming the reading for class that morning…


With close proximity to supermarkets Sainsbury’s and Asda, a branch of “The Gym”, a tram stop, the town centre and very importantly a McDonald’s – The Park is in the perfect location for all of your needs. Just a short stroll away is also Norfolk Park – lovely in all seasons, the park provides an incredible view of Sheffield. Enjoy a picnic there in the spring, or a crisp walk in Autumn.

A Range Of House Sizes

With 3-6 bedroom properties available at The Park, you can afford to be flexible when selecting your group size! Chill out in a group of 3, or party it up in a 6 bed – whichever suits you just let us know.  

Please follow the link to see more, or feel free to give us a call on 0344 880 2222:

Leicester’s best brunch’s and cafes!

Are you a brunch and coffee break lover? Leicester is home to some amazing restaurants and cafes that offers just this. These are our top picks:

Cafe Mbriki: Housed in a grade 2 listed building, Mbriki serves a range of light snacks to indulgences. Their incredible breakfasts are also all day! So if you are having a lazy on after having one too many in MOSH the night before, then don’t worry! Our favourites are the Belgium Waffles with Golden syrup and cream, and for just £3.90- Bargain!

North bar & kitchen: If you fancy something a bit ‘upmarket’ then north bar is the place to go to brunch! You can indulge in a full English consisting of bacon, Sausage, Sautéed Potatoes, Eggs, Mushrooms, Tomato, Beans & Toast and all for £8.95 – not too shabby!

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KAI: Offering ‘all day brunch’ until 4pm, KAI’s menu is incredible! Our favourites are the eggs benedict with smoky bacon (£7.50) and the blueberry and banana pancakes (£6.95)

The Coffee Counter: If you are a coffee lover, you need to check this place out! You can also have a salami and cheese croissant with a freshly brewed coffee for £3.95! The cakes are also amazing, the blondies are the best!

Cosy Club: Cosy Club is expanding across the UK and Leicester has been lucky to be blessed with one, they are seriously good! The brunch is served until 5pm! Our favorites are: The vegetarian Breakfast: Halloumi & sweetcorn fritters, grilled tomato, field mushroom, fried potatoes, baked beans and fried or poached egg with toast (£7.95) and the TRIPLE stacked buttermilk pancakes, yes triple stacked! Smothered in maple syrup, bacon rashes, creme fraiche and blueberries this is a serious treat for just £6.75!

Baker St Cakes – The Macaron & Cake Boutique: Rated as one of the best cafes in the UK by Sainsburys, words cannot do baker st cakes justice, so just check out these pictures and you will see for yourself why you NEED to visit!

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6 Degree Coffee House: Fancy a hot chocolate? 6 degree is the place to be! Their luxury hot chocolates are smothered in cream and marshmallows and their coffees are great too! They also have a wide range of cakes, our favourites being the mammoth slices of coffee and walnut and the rocky roads!

St Martins Coffee Roasters: Freshly roasted coffee to get you through the 9am lectures. With a range of cakes, toasties and the BEST chips, you need to pop in here to grab a bite!

So that’s CP’s top brunch’s and cafes in Leicester, let us know if you check any of them out!

With your environment impacting your productivity, is it time you had a change of scene?

Tidy house, tidy mind, sound familiar? Well, it’s now a scientific fact, but how does your environment really impact your productivity?

Granted, there are a number of things people can do in order to increase their own productivity. Getting a decent night’s sleep, eating what your mum would call ‘brain food’ and manage your time effectively to reduce those daily stresses are just a few of the classics, but what you didn’t realise is your productivity can sometimes be hindered by something that’s out of your control… your environment.

Quality of light

The quality of light within your environment is just the first of many factors that can influence your productivity. Studies have shown that people who are exposed to a high level of natural daylight are more likely to be in better health and are more likely to be better at retaining and regulating their mood. At Campbell Property we understand the importance of natural light, with large and bright windows being a feature present across all of our accommodation (don’t worry we’ve got blackout blinds too!).

Layout and design           

Full blown Feng Shui may be taking it one step too far, but clutter in your external space will clutter your internal mind. Within the home, there should be spaces for work and spaces for relaxation. Although the call of working from the sofa is often too tempting to ignore, it is critical that you separate the lounge environment from the work environment.  Across our properties, we feature dining areas and spaces equipped with large tables – plenty big enough to support the mound of library books you’ll be bringing back after that final term deadline comes straight out of nowhere!

Noise pollution  

If you’re having trouble keeping focused or find yourself getting easily distracted, it could be a result of surrounding noise pollution – we’re not making this up! It’s a likely occurrence when living in a city. Even the quietest of sounds is often enough to pull your head out of that book and distract you from your workload.

At Campbell Property all of our homes are located in highly desirable, yet quiet locations so you can be sure you won’t be bombarded by outside noise when you live with us.

Productivity is the key to success and we’re here to help put your mind at ease. One step ahead of the game, thinking about you every step of the way, Campbell property is your new home away from home, so if you’re looking for a place to build memories while fostering success, choose Campbell Property and book your viewing today!

Why you want to be a student in Sheffield!

Whether you are studying at Uni Of or Hallam, Sheffield is a great place to live your best student life! Here at CP, we love the city buzz of Sheffield, amazing restaurants, outrageous bars and also beautiful botanical gardens. Here is our Sheffield top 10!

Visit the quirky shops:

  • Moonko: An independent, well-priced shop offering everything from homeware to fashion accessories!
  • WEARECOW: A unique outlet store stocking clothes for both men and women even with some vintage items too!
  • Vulgar: The name of this shop is definitely not a good representation of this amazing boutique! Filled with incredible bargains for vintage items! This shop is perfect to fill your summer wardrobe!

Head to Peace Gardens:

Created for the ‘Heart Of The City’ project Peace Gardens is an inner city beauty. With 8 large water features and surrounded by atmospheric restaurants and coffee houses, peace gardens is the place to be when you are having some time off from trawling through uni work!

Grab a bite!

  • OHM: Perfect if you want to treat yourself! Located on Fitzwilliam street, they have the BEST cocktail menu, you can even get one with candy floss!
  • Humpit: Quite literally what it says on the tin! Hum for Hummus and Pit for Pitta! Freshly made falafels and a range of options for vegans too! This is a perfect lunch spot!
  • The Lucky Fox: If you are looking to brunch, the lucky fox is the place to go! Waffles, pancakes and french toast!


Go for a drink.. or 5!

  • The Devonshire: If you are a gin lover this bar is for you! With 69 different gins choices and an extensive cocktail menu – go check it out!
  • The Original Bierkeller: A student haven where it’s completely acceptable to dance on tables with 2 beers in your hands!
  • Bungalows and Bears: Good food, good drin, and good music!







Attend an Event:

There are a range of events held throughout the year in Sheffield some of our favourites are:

Spend all your money in Meadowhall:

  • The eighth largest shopping center in the UK, Meadowhall houses over 280 stores and also has an amazing food hall offering all kind of cuisine from 5 guys to Wagamamas! It also super easy to get there by train!

Hop on (and off) the paternoster lift at the Arts Tower:

  • Being one of the tallest University buildings in the UK, the Sheffield University building also houses one of the last paternoster lift! The lift has no door and is constantly moving, so you quite literally jump on and off it!



Explore the Botanical Gardens:

The 19-acre gardens are situation around 1 mile from the city center and are home to a stunning tea room, a glass pavilion, and colourful blossoms! This is the perfect place to visit in the spring and summer.


Have a picnic in the park:

Sheffield is home to 13 city parks, one of our favourites for a walk and a picnic is Norfolk Park. Neighbouring the park is Campbell Property’s stunning and boutique student homes, check them out!



Bored of the city? Head to the peak district:

You can travel via bus or car to the peak district and generally can be there in under half an hour! You can camp, cycle and horse ride around the peak district, so there is something for everyone! (although we do suggest you wait until summer if you are thinking of braving camping!)


Even if you are not a student in Sheffield you should still visit the wonders of Sheffield! Don’t forget to also enter our competition to win two FREE tickets for Leeds Festival, ending in June 2018! T & C’s apply.