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Hall Representatives
Voting closed 2 years ago.
Position information: 
Number of vacancies: 1

The Hall Representative will represent the interests of UCL students living in halls, and will be responsible for bringing any related matters or campaigns that are in the interests of the student community. The Hall President chairs the hall committee whose role is to promote a sense of community with the residence.

Candidates

Leonora Bowers

Why are you standing?: 

As a second year student who has lived in Frances Gardner House before, I understand the area and the issues that can arise for students living here. I'm good at listening to your concerns and passionate about being able to make a difference for all residents.

Oliver Tidey

Why are you standing?: 

VOTE FOR ME, OLIVER TIDEY, AND I WILL STRIVE TO MAKE THE FOLLOWING PROPOSALS A REALITY. I HAVE SEVERAL YEARS EXPERIENCE ON VARIOUS STUDENT BODY’S, AM AN ACTIVE INDIVIDUAL IN THE UNIVERSITY COMMUNITY, AND ABLE TO DEDICATE HOURS OF MY TIME TO MAKE OUR ACCOMMODATION A BETTER PLACE.

IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE FEEL FREE TO CONTACT ME ON olivertideyforhallrep@outlook.com

COMMON ROOM UPGRADES – buy new sports tables - snooker, ping-pong, table football.

PAY PER ROOM SIZE – unfair for some people in a flat to pay more than their flat-mates for a ‘bigger’ room (when in reality that is not the case), even though they share the same facilities.

MORE, REGULAR COMMUNITY EVENTS - utilise courtyard, host bbq’s/themed events, as it is the perfect space for social events. Could be done monthly.

CHECK ALL APPLIANCES WORK – this should be done before the start of the academic year as it leads to a build-up of complaints which could be prevented.

POSSIBILITY OF STAFF ON SATURDAY TO HELP WITH DELIVERIES

POSSIBILITY OF QUIET FLOOR – I will look into the potential for a quiet floor where less ‘party-going’ residents could stay if they wished to do so and could