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What is the roughest part of Leicester?

What is the roughest part of Leicester?

The worst spot in Leicester for violent or sexual offences was Gravel Street, with 131 crimes reported. Humberstone Gate was the second most criminal street overall, with a total of 386 crimes recorded – 117 of which were shoplifting.

Is Leicester a safe area?

Leicester is the most dangerous city in Leicestershire, and is among the top 20 most dangerous overall out of Leicestershire’s 237 towns, villages, and cities. Leicester’s least common crime is theft from the person, with 342 offences recorded in 2020, a decrease of 78\% from 2019’s figure of 610 crimes.

Is Leicester a friendly city?

As an DMUIC student you are part of DMU’s thriving student community. The campus centre is the social hub of DMU where you can meet friends, join university clubs and get a bite to eat. You’ll also get to use our £8million leisure centre.

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What is Glenfield like to live in?

Glenfield is a wonderful place to live. Great shops, doctors schools and sporting clubs and social clubs nearby. There are some beautiful gardens and quiet streets. You can often hear the birds singing and there is a lot of trees and flowering bushes.

Is Leicester an expensive place to live?

Summary about cost of living in Leicester, United Kingdom: Family of four estimated monthly costs are 2,743$ (2,071£) without rent. A single person estimated monthly costs are 796$ (601£) without rent. Leicester is 37.83\% less expensive than New York (without rent).

Where should I live in Leicestershire?

The best places to live in Leicestershire

  • Oadby.
  • Burbage.
  • Stoneygate.
  • Market Bosworth.
  • Melton Mowbray.
  • Woodhouse Eaves.

Is Leicester a good place to live student?

To thousands of De Montfort University Leicester (DMU) students, Leicester’s already the perfect place to live and study – and now it’s been named one of the best student cities in the UK. Leicester earns its high ranking based on how much it costs students for food, rent and socialising.