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Hayashi
Hayashi
Hayashi - Double Ensuite

Independent On-campus Living

University of Canterbury's premier on campus accommodation

Hayashi is a purpose-built facility completed in 2018 of 16 two-storey townhouses to accommodate individual students and couples in their second year of study and beyond.  It is located on the Dovedale campus adjacent to Sonoda and approximately 15 minutes' walk to main campus facilities.  

Although identical in appearance there are two layouts totalling 90 rooms including 10 self-contained units. One layout contains five rooms on two floors. The second layout contains five rooms plus a self-contained unit. Three townhouses have wheelchair accessible facilities. Each house offers shared kitchen, living, bathroom, and laundry facilities and is thermally insulated with energy efficient appliances.

Hayashi is owned by the University of Canterbury and UniLodge Auckland Ltd is proud to be contracted in partnership to manage the services for the hall on their behalf. UniLodge is fully embedded in the wider University of Canterbury student support environment making connections with support services  on campus as well as external services.

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Property Facilities

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Shared Kitchen and Dining Room

  • Shared kitchens equipped with essentials (personal cutlery and crockery not provided but can be purchased prior to or on arrival)
  • Shared dining/living room

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Shared Common Room

Shared living room in each townhouse.

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Bicycle Stands

Bicycle Stands available to use.

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Security

Each resident will be provided with a key to their individual townhouse and their own bedroom.

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Laundry

On-site laundry available.

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The Education (Pastoral Care of Domestic Tertiary Students) Interim Code of Practice 2019 came into force on 1 January 2019.  The Code will ensure that domestic tertiary students can succeed academicially in a safe, healthy and supportive learning environment in line with the International Student Code. UC is committed to supporting halls of residence to ensure they are following the Code.