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Albert Court, Liverpool

London Rd, Liverpool, L3 8JD, United Kingdom
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£130
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17.7 mi from Chester
17.7 mi from City Center( 5h 47m. 1h 10m. 40m)
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Liverpool School of Tropical Me... | 0.1 mi
University of Liverpool | 0.3 mi
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About the Property

Located at 211 London Rd, the Albert Court Liverpool student accommodation is a top pick for students due to its prime location and ease of access to prestigious educational institutions. Within the spacious offerings, students can choose from various room types, including ensuites. All equipped to meet the needs of modern student life, the rooms prioritise comfort and function. The accommodation is conveniently situated near the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University, and Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, among others, making it a highly sought-after living choice for students aiming to minimise transit times and maximise academic success.

Liverpool, situated in the northwest of England, is a city brimming with a vibrant mix of culture, history, and modernity. Its iconic waterfront, designated as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, proudly displays architectural marvels such as the Royal Liver Building and the Albert Dock. It offers mesmerising vistas of the River Mersey and the majestic Three Graces. The city brims with a thriving arts and music scene, ignited by its status as the birthplace of The Beatles. Here, visitors can immerse themselves in the legacy of the Fab Four at attractions like The Beatles Story Museum and the legendary Cavern Club. From the bustling streets of the city centre to the bohemian vibes of Lark Lane and the trendy Baltic Triangle, Liverpool's diverse neighbourhoods each exude a unique charm. Its warm and welcoming atmosphere is further enhanced by the friendliness of its locals, renowned for their hospitality and sense of community. Whether indulging in a pint in a traditional pub, relishing world-class cuisine in eclectic eateries, or simply soaking in the lively ambience of its vibrant streets, Liverpool offers an unforgettable experience for visitors and residents alike. With its central location and an array of amenities catering to diverse interests, Liverpool stands as a testament to its rich heritage and dynamic spirit, beckoning travellers from around the globe to explore its treasures and make lasting memories.

Features

At Albert Court Liverpool, your living experience is tailored to your comfort and convenience. Each room is equipped with essentials like a single bed, desk and chair, wardrobe, and private study space, ensuring a conducive environment for study and relaxation. Your rent covers essential utilities such as electricity, water, and heating, so you can focus on your studies without worrying about additional bills. Enjoy a range of common amenities, including free events, accessible rooms, and complimentary Wi-Fi throughout the building. Unwind or socialise in the common room, stay active with free access to the gym, and keep your wardrobe fresh with on-site laundry facilities. For those who commute by bike, convenient bike storage is available, while on-site parking offers hassle-free convenience. With 24/7 security and included contents insurance, Albert Court Liverpool prioritises your safety and peace of mind, ensuring a comfortable and secure living environment for all residents.

Location and What's Hot?

Imagine living in the hub of academic and vibrant city life—Albert Court Liverpool offers just that, situated in a prime location where everything a student might need is just a few minutes away. Education is at the forefront for residents, with the University of Liverpool, Liverpool John Moores University, and many more esteemed institutions just outside your door. This makes Albert Court Liverpool accommodation a coveted spot for students. Albert Court Liverpool accommodation ensures a comfortable and supportive environment for all residents.

Foodies at Albert Court Liverpool student accommodation can bask in the culinary diversity, with restaurants such as Campus Noodle Bar and Forever Tasty offering a delightful mix of global cuisine. For caffeine enthusiasts and study sessions, popular cafes like Costa Express are a hit.

Need a break from studies? Albert Court Liverpool is surrounded by leisure spots where you can unwind. There's the serene St. John's Gardens or Phythian Park for a relaxing stroll and Liverpool Central Library for bookworms. Nightlife around the area is buzzing, with spots like The North Western—JD Wetherspoon and the iconic Albert's Schloss—Liverpool showcasing Liverpool's lively music scene. St John's Beacon Viewing Gallery is a popular tourist attraction located just a short drive away from Albert Court student accommodation Liverpool.

Albert Court Liverpool accommodation is conveniently nestled amongst retail havens like Taza Supermarket and Lidl for grocery runs, while Royal Liverpool University Hospital ensures healthcare is readily accessible. Iconic attractions such as The Beatles Story and Liverpool Cathedral invite local and international students to explore the city's rich culture. The Bridewell Studios and Gallery is a wonderful art gallery where you will come across some magnificent pieces of art.

With the city's delights within your grasp and the support of a student-focused property management group, Albert Court Liverpool stands as an ideal base for students seeking a dynamic and convenient lifestyle during their academic journey.

Commute

Navigating the vibrant city of Liverpool is a breeze from the well-situated Albert Court student accommodation. With public transport options aplenty, students can seamlessly connect to various parts of the city. Lime Street Station, one of Liverpool's major railway hubs, offers extensive rail services for regional and national destinations. For day-to-day commutes, students can rely on nearby bus routes at Falkland Street and Epworth Street bus stops for convenient local travel. The central location ensures that wherever you need to be in Liverpool, you'll find effortless connectivity moments from your doorstep at Albert Court Liverpool.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do we need a guarantor?

All students need to have a guarantor when they book with us. This should be an adult who is willing to meet the terms and conditions of your agreement if you are not able to. As part of the booking process, you will be asked to provide your guarantor’s contact details including email address, home address and telephone number. Your guarantor will subsequently receive an email with a link to the Guarantor Agreement page.

Do I need to sign a contract?

As part of the application process, you will be asked to sign an assured short hold tenancy agreement or a licence agreement for a minimum tenancy period. These are legally binding contracts. You will be able to see the agreement online before you accept the offer.
Your contract will include the Christmas and Easter holidays, so there is no need to move out and vacate your room at Christmas or Easter.

Can I choose my room?

You can select which room suits your needs online. So, whether you prefer to live independently in a studio or share a flat with a group of friends it is up to you. The rooms are in high demand so the earlier you book the more choice you will have.

Is group bookings allowed?

Want to live with your friend and make an application as a group? Management online booking system enables you to choose your own room. Just follow their simple application process on website to ensure that you get the flat and room you all want.

Are dual occupancy rooms available?

Some of management locations can cater for couples.
Please note: Management does not able to provide accommodation for under 18s or non-students during term time in the majority of their locations.

When the rebooking for the following year begins?

Rooms for the next academic year usually go live at the beginning of November. You can speak to the management to let them know you are interested in booking again and they will contact you to ensure you get the best choice of rooms at the best rates.

Can I cancel my booking?

If you need to cancel your booking with us, you can do so but you may still be liable to pay your rent if you completed your booking and are outside the cooling off period. You would need to let us know, in writing as soon as you know you will not be living with us.
You can find cancellation policy in your tenancy agreement.

Do you have rooms for people with disabilities and medical conditions?

Majority of the properties have accessible rooms available; you can find out more about these rooms and check their availability with the property team . Upon booking an accessible room, or if you have any other disability or medical condition that requires the team’s support, please contact them so they can understand your specific requirements.
If you need special consideration because of a medical condition, you may be asked to provide a supporting letter from your doctor. Please include all relevant information on your application.

Do you provide International student support?

Moving to another country can be a daunting process. If you’re an international student, moving to the UK to study, management is here to help make the transition into your new accommodation as smooth and as comfortable as possible.

Can I arrive early?

You can check in from your booking start date, which can be found on your contract. If you would like to arrive earlier, please fill out the form with details of your request.
Subject to availability. Additional charges may apply.

Can someone else collect my keys?

Management is only able to provide your keys to you.
Don’t worry if you can’t collect your keys at the start of your tenancy, simply let us know, and management will make sure your keys are waiting for you at reception when you arrive.

Do I need to pay rent before I arrive?

Rental payments are due in line with the payment schedule in your contract.
If your first rent instalment is due on 1st September, it will not be taken by Direct Debit or Recurring Card Payment, and you will need to log back into your booking and make this payment manually.
Note: This does not apply to customers who do not have a contract with management. Please refer to your contract for further information or contact your Landlord (via the details specified in your contract) if you have any questions relating to this matter.

I can’t bring all of my luggage - what can I do?

You can arrange for your luggage to be delivered in advance of your arrival.
Management cannot accept responsibility for lost or damaged items caused during collection/removal/delivery of your belongings.

I’m arriving from another country - what do I need to do?

You can visit management dedicated page for information on moving to the UK to study.

What do I need to do before I check-in?

Below is a helpful checklist of everything you need to do prior to arrival: For customers with a management contract:

  1. E-induction: Before you arrive, you need to complete a short e-induction.
  2. Emergency contact details: If you haven’t done so already, please update and save your emergency contact details in the resident portal.
  3. Termly rent instalments: You will need to set up your payment method for termly instalments prior to arrival, and you can do this by setting up a Direct Debit, or a Recurring Card Payment. Simply log back into your booking to update your payment details.
    Important: If you wish to set up a Direct Debit, you should do this as soon as possible. If you wish to set up a Recurring Card Payment, and your first rent instalment is due on 1st September, do not set this up until that date to avoid an immediate payment being taken.
  4. Pre-arrival rent instalment: If you have a rent instalment due on 1st September, you should log back into your booking on 1st September to make a manual payment.
    Note: This instalment will not be taken by Direct Debit.
  5. Guarantor information: If your booking requires a guarantor. If you’re unsure, or don’t think you have a confirmed guarantor, please contact us.

What should I do if I can’t check-in at the start of my booking?

Don’t worry if you can’t collect your keys at the start of your booking, simply let us know, and we’ll make sure your keys are waiting for you at reception when you arrive. Also, refer to the Check-in Slots section for more details.

What should I do if I don’t have an ID?

Management can accept a valid passport, driving licence, or national ID card as proof of ID. If you don’t have any of these, please bring any proof of ID that you have (e.g., a bank card, a recent bill or bank statement).
Management team will check this and may need to ask a few security questions before they can provide you with your key.

What should I pack?

Your bedroom will have a bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, and either curtains or blinds.
Bedding, crockery, cutlery, and cooking utensils are not provided.

When can I check-in?

You can check in from your booking start date, which can be found on your contract. If you would like to arrive earlier, please fill out the form with details of your request.
Subject to availability. Additional charges may apply.

Where do I collect my keys?

You can collect your keys from the management reception when you arrive. Management request that you book a check-in slot to let us know when you plan to arrive – see the Check-in Slots section for more details.
All their properties have staff available 24 hours a day, seven days a week including Bank Holidays. If you arrive and there is no one available, or if reception is closed, it may be that our team is out in the property, or at one of our nearby property.
In this instance, you can call the management’s emergency contact number.

Can I upgrade or change room after I arrive?

If you wish to change your room after you have checked in, please speak to a member of the onsite team at reception. If there are other rooms available and management is able to facilitate a room move, management will be happy to arrange this.
Subject to availability. Additional charges may apply.

Booking a check-in slot?

Management ask you to book a check-in slot ahead of your move-in date to avoid unnecessary queues and congestion.
Check-in slots are available to book via portal.
If your plans change after your slot is booked, or if you are no longer able to make the confirmed date and time, you can amend your check-in slot at any time.

Can I see a photo of my room?

Management don’t have pictures of all rooms, but management have plenty of photographs of the different room types. Simply navigate on the website, find the room type you have booked, and scroll through their selection of images.
Please note, that all website images and show flats are representative of each particular room type but are not identical. For example, your allocated room will have all the same features, however, the layout, size, shape, colour theme, and condition can vary.

Do I need to complete an inventory check?

Yes – it is very important that you complete your online room inventory in the portal within 72 hours of checking in. This acts as your record of the room condition when you arrived and will be useful for us in helping you to get your deposit refunded at the end of your stay.

Do you provide bedding?

Bedding is not provided.

Do you provide cooking utensils, crockery, and cutlery?

Crockery, cutlery, and cooking utensils are not provided.

What is in my room?

Your bedroom will have a bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, and either curtains or blinds.

What size bedding do I need?

All bed size information is available on the property page of the accommodation you booked.
UK bed size info:

  • Single = 90cm x 190cm
  • Small double (or 3/4) = 120cm x 190cm
  • Double = 135cm x 190cm

Will I have internet access when I arrive?

Upon arrival, you will have immediate access to free, unlimited, high-speed Wi-Fi.
Simply open your internet browser when you arrive, fill in the registration form, and the world (wide web) is your oyster.

I’m running late - what should I do?

Don’t worry if you are running late on your arrival day and will miss your check-in slot – you will still be able to check-in, but there may be a slight delay.
Alternatively, you can log in to the portal and amend your check-in slot at any time (subject to availability).

what should I do if no one is available to check me in?

All properties have staff available 24 hours a day, seven days a week including Bank Holidays. If you arrive and there is no one available, or if reception is closed, it may be that management team is out in the property, or at one of their nearby properties.
In this instance, please call the management’s emergency contact number.

Is parking available for check-in?

Parking availability varies depending on location, and where it is available, you may experience severe delays due to the number of residents checking in at the same time.

When can I find directions?

The best way to find directions is by searching for the address and postcode of the management on a navigation app (e.g., Google Maps, Waze, etc.)

Are COVID-19 restrictions in place?

The UK Government removed all COVID restrictions in England and Wales in 2022. As such, management properties no longer have COVID-19 restrictions in place.
Management continue to monitor updates and changes from the Government, and there are steps you can take to reduce the risk of catching and spreading COVID-19.

Can my family/friends stay over after helping me check-in?

Whilst you are allowed to have guests stay over during your time living with us (subject to the Rules of the property), management politely ask you to consider not having anyone stay over during the busy check-in period. This is to encourage everyone to feel comfortable in their new home and meet new people.
Please speak to a member of the Management Team when you arrive if you have any questions or special requests.

Do I need to get vaccinated before I arrive?

All COVID restrictions for the UK were removed in 2022 and management will not ask you to confirm your vaccination status when you arrive.

Do I need to take a COVID-19 test before I arrive?

All COVID travel restrictions for the UK were removed in 2022 and management will not ask you to confirm your vaccination status when you arrive.

How can I make friends before I arrive?

Management have created closed groups for most of their properties where management will share important info, including upcoming events and advice. It is also a great way for you to chat with your new neighbours before you arrive!

Where can I find local safety information?

Management have a range of measures in place to give you peace of mind and ensure you feel safe during your stay.
All their properties have a dedicated health and safety noticeboard with information, tips, and advice on how to stay safe.

Can I move out before my flatmates?

Be sure to lock your bedroom door before you leave so no-one else can use it or make a mess.
You and your flatmates hold a shared responsibility for the cleaning of communal areas in your flat, such kitchens, corridors, and/or living space, so you’ll need to make sure these areas are clean and tidy before you leave, and that all personal belongings have been removed. Any charges for communal area cleaning and/or removing of belongings will be shared equally between all flatmates responsible.
You can request that management team conduct a face-to-face check-out inspection on the day you leave, but this may not always be possible depending on management availability at the time. If management is not able to conduct a face-to-face check-out inspection, you can email photos of how you left your room and communal areas to them. This can be especially useful if you’re moving out before your flatmates.

Can I move out after my flatmates?

It’s a great idea to speak with your flatmates several weeks before check-out so you can agree how you will all help to ensure communal areas are left clean, as well as emptying cupboards and fridge freezers. By working together, the cleaning can be shared equally.
You and your flatmates hold a shared responsibility for the cleaning of communal areas in your flat, such kitchens, corridors, and/or living space, so you’ll need to make sure these areas are clean and tidy before you leave, and that all personal belongings have been removed. Any charges for communal area cleaning and/or removing of belongings will be shared equally between all flatmates responsible.

What to do if your flatmates haven’t cleaned communal areas?

If your flatmates have vacated without cleaning the communal areas, you can decide whether or not to clean the kitchen yourself. Any subsequent communal cleaning charges will apply to all flatmates (including you), so management always recommend speaking with your flatmates several weeks before check-out so you can agree on how you will all help to ensure communal areas are left clean, and cupboards and fridge freezers are left empty. By working together, the cleaning can be shared equally.

What to clean before you leave?

To avoid charges for cleaning, you should make sure your room and bathroom are clean and tidy, and that your personal belongings have been removed.
You and your flatmates hold a shared responsibility for the cleaning of communal areas in your flat, such kitchens, corridors, and/or living space, so you’ll need to make sure these areas are clean and tidy before you leave, and that all personal belongings have been removed. Any charges for communal area cleaning and/or removing of belongings will be shared equally between all flatmates responsible.

Should I attempt to repair broken or damaged items?

You must not attempt to repair broken or damaged items yourself, nor should you ask a friend or family member to do so for you. This could be very dangerous to you and your flatmates and may cause additional damage, which will likely result in increased damage charges.
It’s always better to tell management if an item is damaged or stops working before you check out so a staff member can provide advice. You can also raise a maintenance request.

If an item was already damaged when you checked in?

Management encourage all residents to complete a room inventory check when they first check in. This is to ensure management take a fair and consistent approach to damage charges during check out.
Management conduct their own inspections prior to you arriving, so if you forgot to tell us about pre-existing damage, or did not complete your room inventory check, management may have a record of this on property own inspection records and, in this instance, you will not be charged.
If management do not have any record of the damage prior to your arrival (either from property own records, or your inventory check), management will only apply a charge if there has been malicious damage or if the repair or replacement results in a cost to management.

If an item was damaged during your stay?

It’s always better to tell management if an item is damaged or stops working before you check out so a staff member can provide advice. You can also raise a maintenance request.
Some types of damage (e.g., light scuffs on walls) may be treated as general wear and tear (at property discretion).
Management will only apply a charge if there has been malicious damage or if the repair or replacement results in a cost to management.

If one of your flatmates damaged something?

You and your flatmates hold a shared responsibility for any damage caused to communal areas in your flat, and if a flatmate is willing to accept full responsibility for damage caused, management will not charge anyone other than that person.
If no one accepts responsibility, the charge will be split evenly between all flatmates. Management will only apply a charge if there has been malicious damage or if the repair or replacement results in a cost to management.

What if something has broken in your flat/room?

It’s always better to tell management if an item is damaged or stops working before you check out so a staff member can provide advice. You can also raise a maintenance request.
Management will only apply a charge if there has been malicious damage or if the repair or replacement results in a cost to management.

What if you paid a pre-arrival instalment before you checked in?

If you paid a pre-arrival rent instalment, this went towards your overall rent and was part of your instalment schedule, so won’t be returned to you. You can review the instalment schedule for your booking by reviewing your contract.

What if you’ve overpaid?

If you think you have overpaid your rent, please contact the management, and they will be happy to arrange a refund of any overpaid rent.
Please note, refunds can take up to 28 days from the date of request.

When will I get my deposit back?

Your deposit is protected by the Deposit Protection Service (DPS) – the largest deposit protection scheme provider in the UK. After you vacate your room, management will complete a check out inspection, and send your Final Account Statement within seven days of your contract end date.
The Final Account statement will provide information on any charges for cleaning and/or damage (if any have been applied to your account), as well as any balances due for rent (if applicable). These charges will be deducted from your deposit amount, and if they exceed the deposit amount held, you will be asked to arrange payment for the outstanding balance immediately.
DPS will email you 28 days after you receive your Final Account Statement and provide details about how you can have your deposit returned by them. You will then need to log into the DPS website and complete specific actions before they will return your deposit.

Can I move out before the end of my contract?

You are welcome to vacate your room before your contract ends. You’ll need remove all personal belongings, return your keys, and tell a member of staff that you’re leaving early.
If you do decide to check-out early, you won’t be entitled to any rent refund.

Can I extend my stay until the end of summer?

You can extend your stay with management, with prices starting from as little as £13.50 per night, meaning you can enjoy the summer months, and take time out to explore your surroundings or relax.
Management also offer a two-week cancellation policy which gives you the flexibility to change your plans up to 14 days prior to your summer booking start date without any cancellation or amendment fees.
Terms and conditions apply.

Can someone help me move out?

Yes, you can have friends or family to help you move your belongings. To ensure everyone can move around the property easily, management ask that you only have a maximum of two people help you.

Can I park to load up my belongings?

Parking availability varies depending on location, and where it is available, you may experience severe delays due to the number of residents checking out at the same time. Please speak to a member of the management team who will be able to advise on availability, or other options available in the local area.

Can I return my keys?

Please return all keys (including key cards, post box keys, and/or fobs) in person to reception, placing them in a management branded check out envelope (available from reception) with all the relevant details completed on the front. Before doing so, it’s a good idea to check your post box so you can collect any letters you have waiting for you.
If you are not able to return your keys in person, please contact the management team.
Management cannot accept responsibility for keys that are lost in the post, and you may be charged for the cost of replacement keys if management do not receive them.

What if I leave belongings in my room?

To avoid charges for cleaning, you should make sure your personal belongings have been removed from your room and communal areas before you leave.
If you have mistakenly left belongings in your room or communal areas, please get in touch with the team straight away to make collection arrangements. If you can’t collect items in an agreeable timeframe, it may be beneficial to use a shipping and storage service.
Management cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused to items after you have checked out, nor can it accept responsibility for lost or damaged items caused during collection/removal of your belongings.

When do I need to move out?

Your check-out date is the date shown as the ’Termination date’ on your contract. Management ask that you vacate your room, remove all personal belongings, and return your keys before 10am on this date.

When will my room be inspected?

Management aim to conduct your check-out inspection within seven days of your contract end date. Following this, management will email you with a Final Account Statement. This timeframe can be delayed if management need to determine charges for cleaning or damage, but management will let you know if this is the case.
You can request that their team conduct a face-to-face check-out inspection on the day you leave, but this may not always be possible depending on management availability at the time. If management is not able to conduct a face-to-face check-out inspection, you can email photos of how you left your room and communal areas to us. This can be especially useful if you’re moving out before your flatmates.

Can you provide a reference for new landlord?

To enquire about a reference for a landlord, please contact your management. Management cannot supply references directly to third parties and must receive the reference request from the resident.

How do I update my contact details?

It is very important that management have your correct contact details in case management need to contact you after you check out. Please ensure that management have your current email address and mobile phone number before you check out.

Can you store my belongings?

Management do not offer a storage option. Management cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused to items after you have checked out, nor can it accept responsibility for lost or damaged items caused during collection/removal of your belongings.

Can I get mail sent to me after I have checked out?

Management cannot accept responsibility for any loss or damage caused to mail that is delivered or attempted to be delivered to the property after you have checked out. Any mail delivered to you at the property after you have left the property will either be returned to sender (if details are available), disposed of (if sender details are not available), or not accepted for delivery at the property. They cannot forward or store mail for you after you have check out.
You should contact your bank and any other companies or organisations you receive mail from to advise of your change of address immediately.

What’s included in your room?

Your bedroom will have a bed, desk, chair, wardrobe, and either curtains or blinds.

Can I bring a TV?

You’re more than welcome to bring your own television. Don’t forget that you’ll need to buy your own television license. It’s worth checking that you can receive a good reception before buying your licence and installing your TV. That way, you won’t be out of pocket if you find that you’re unhappy with the quality of the picture.

Are pets allowed?

As much as they love animals, there is a strict no-pet policy at all their properties which is outlined in the management rules appendix in your agreement. This is for the wellbeing of all their staff and guests in their properties. No pets, including fish, may be kept in the property. Additionally, residents are not permitted to bring animals into the property. This Rule does not apply to the extent that it restricts the keeping of a guide or assistance dog recognised by the relevant agencies.
If you are planning to bring a guide or assistance dog, management would require you to provide more information as to why this would be required and details of the registration with the relevant agency.

Do I have to pay council tax?

In the UK, full time students are currently exempt from Council Tax during their studies so that’s one less cost to worry about. To qualify for an exemption form, please fill in the council tax form. Management may also ask you to provide an exemption certificate from your university after you have checked in. If you don’t do this, the local authority may issue a Council Tax charge, and you will be liable to pay this cost.

Do the property have security?

Management know that feeling secure and safe is really important to residents, that’s why management have Service and Safety teams in their properties. Management properties have CCTV cameras, and management conduct safety patrols for the safety of their guests.

What if I lost keys and fobs?

If you lose or temporarily misplace your access keys or fob, please report this to the  management team as soon as possible. Management will be able to provide you access to your room whilst you try and find them.
Management can also provide you with a replacement if they are permanently lost, and will only ever charge you what it costs management to provide the replacements – no hidden admin fees!

Do I get support?

Management understand that studying and being away from home can be difficult to adjust to. It is important to look after your physical and mental health and if you are finding things difficult, remember there is help available.
Management urge all their residents to look after one another. If you have not seen your neighbour for a couple of days, knock on their door and ask them if they want a chat over a cup of tea. If you have serious concerns about a resident, inform the management team immediately.
There are lots of organisations, services and websites which can offer help. Your university will also have a range of support services which are open for you to use. Speak to staff at property reception who will be able to advise on how to access those services.

Do you provide internet?

To connect to property wi-fi, simply open your internet browser once you arrive, fill in the registration form and the world (wide web) is your oyster.
Hi-speed internet Wi-Fi is provided completely free of charge and is available throughout the building including study areas and social spaces. To get online, connect to the network, open your internet browser, and fill in the registration form.
Multiple devices? Management know it is a technological world, so you can connect up to three devices with your account!
Management provide a wired and Wi-Fi internet service, which ranges from 20mb to 100mb for the Wi-Fi service, and up to 200mb for the wired service.

Do you provide laundry facilities?

All properties have laundry facilities onsite. Simply ask reception for a laundry card, top up with credit on the website or App shown on the card and you’re ready to go.
Full instructions of how to use the machines are on the wall of your management’s laundry room.

How can I collect post?

The reception team will take receipt of your post and any parcels. Parcels will be kept in the office, and you can pick up your deliveries during dedicated collection times. Team will sign for registered post and special delivery items.

Can I raise a maintenance request?

Something not working correctly?

For anything urgent, let reception know as soon as possible.

Are guests allowed?

Residents are permitted a maximum of one non-resident guest at any given time, for a maximum of two nights a week. Management ask that all guests are accompanied by the resident they are visiting whilst they are in the property. Residents are responsible for their visitor’s behaviour whilst they are in the property and management teams reserve the right to refuse entry if there is any breach of the property rules, or if management believe their entry may cause a safety concern to staff, residents or other guests.

Do you provide recycling facilities?

Management take recycling seriously and encourage all residents to sort their waste whenever possible. Every properties offers recycling facilities which may differ from property to property. Ask your property team for more information and look out for signs around the property.

What is covered in your weekly rent?

Management make life simple by charging one weekly rate which includes all your water, heating and electricity bills, and insurance. Management also provide Wi-Fi free of charge and make sure there are no hidden costs, so you can budget more effectively. The cost of rent will vary depending on what room you select, but the details of this will be contained in your tenancy agreement.
There may be a rent payment which is required before your arrival in addition to your deposit. Full details of the payment schedule can be found in your agreement. You will find a full breakdown of what payments are required and when they need to be made.
What you get when you live with management:

  • All your utility bills – water, electricity, and heating
  • Free in room Wi-Fi
  • Contents insurance to cover your belongings for up to £3,500
  • Staff available 24/7
  • Security on-site 24 hours a day*
  • Online maintenance reporting
  • Onsite maintenance staff
  • Hospitality welcome and service
  • Management support team
  • CCTV
  • On-site gym (if applicable)
  • Property Life events
  • Music practice rooms (if applicable)

How payment is schedule?

You can find the full details of your payment plan within your agreement. There you will find a full breakdown of what payments are required and when they need to be made.

Can I pay rent?

The payment dates for your rent are stated on your contract. Management will also send you a reminder email 21 days in advance of your payment date.
You can set up a direct debit on the portal which will ensure that the rent is automatically paid on time.
You can set up your and make additional payments in the ‘My Account’ section on the portal.

What to do if you can’t pay your rent?

Please make sure you view the payment plan in your agreement before accepting your room to make sure that you will have sufficient funds to support yourself whilst at university. If you find yourself in financial difficulty, management urge you to come and speak to us as soon as possible, so that management can discuss your issues and put you in touch with the appropriate support.

What to do if your loan is delayed?

Management always try to align payment dates with the receipt of student loans, but this may not always be possible, and payments will be required from you or your guarantor on the due dates in your agreement.
If you already live with management and have not yet received your loan, please speak to your Management Team today and they will be able to advise you of your options.

Does management provide financial support?

Management always try to align payment dates with the receipt of student loans but this may not always be possible. Payments will still be required from you or your guarantor on the due dates in your agreement.
If you find yourself in financial difficulty, management urge you to speak to a member of your management team as soon as possible, so that management can discuss your situation and put you in touch with the appropriate university support.

Is cleaning provided?

You will be expected to clean your bedroom, shared kitchen, lounge, and bathroom areas during your time with us. Housekeepers will ensure the communal areas such as the stairwells are clean.

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Student Accomodations in Liverpool

Liverpool Student Accommodation

Searching for suitable student accommodation in Liverpool has become quite an easy task, given the number of students flying to the city every year. This has resulted in a rise of perfect student housing alternatives in Liverpool, which are close to the top-notch universities in the city.

Amber is committed to serving students with the best student accommodation in Liverpool, which is fully equipped with all the necessary and top-notch amenities and features. One of the best things about the Liverpool student accommodation is they are extremely close to universities such as University of Liverpool, Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, John Moores University and other hotspots within the city. You can choose from a range of comfortable, luxurious, and affordable ensuites, studios, and shared apartments. Students can also choose from university-provided student houses or student halls in Liverpool. However, these student accommodations are expensive and may lack the features and other student benefits that private student accommodation in Liverpool provides such as St Andrew’s Garden, Agnes Jones House, City Point and many more. Also, they are likely to get filled faster than the private student housing in Liverpool because of the growing student population in the town.

About Liverpool

Located in Northwestern England, Liverpool is a city of passion, from music to football; its heritage is extremely rich in all aspects. The town was named the European Capital of Culture in 2008. Liverpool has a population of 70,000 and is one of the most loved student cities in the UK. Another highlight of the city is that it's a highly affordable place, especially for students, as it delivers top-notch student housing alternatives at pocket-friendly prices. The city has a strong cultural representation which students can explore through their many galleries and museums, which enlightens outsiders about the city’s glorious past. According to Guinness World Records, Liverpool is also the World Capital of Pop.

Over 2,500 students from all over the world visit the city each year because it is home to some of the best universities in the world. When talking about student housing in Liverpool, it is amongst some of the best places in the world for students because of its warm, welcoming people, smooth public transportation system, and good standard of living. With amber, you can find your ideal accommodation in Liverpool, where you can enjoy yourself while maintaining privacy.

Best Student Accommodation in Liverpool

Finding student accommodation in Liverpool can be a really challenging task for students if they are new to the city. It becomes even more challenging as there is a pool of student accommodation Liverpool alternatives to choose from. Apart from the other aspects that a student has to possibly worry about after moving to a new country, student accommodation should be the last of them. We all know how important it is for students to find their perfect place, a safe space for themselves to vent out and relax after a long and tiring day at the university. Amber helps students find their perfect Liverpool student accommodation with ease and from the comfort of their own homes with a three-step simple process of pick, pay, and book. Check out some of the best Liverpool student homes below:

  1. Paddington Park House
  2. The Bridewell
  3. City Point
  4. Benson Yard
  5. True Liverpool
  6. St. Andrew’s Gardens
  7. One Islington Plaza
  8. X1 The Edge
  9. Limelight
  10. Yugo Ablett House

Cost of Living in Liverpool

As a student living in a new city, keeping track of your expenses is essential. Your cost of living will depend on several factors, such as your Liverpool student accommodation rent, location of your student accommodation Liverpool, personal preferences, and spending habits. You can create an effective budget to manage your expenses in a better way. We have laid down the many expenses you might incur while living in Liverpool. Have a look.

1. Food and eatery: £150 to £500 per month

2. Travelling expenses: £20 to £150 per month

3. Leisure and entertainment: £50 to £350 per month

4. Stationery and textbooks: £80 to £100 per month

5. Internet & mobile phone: £50 to £80 per month

Student Travel Liverpool

While Liverpool universities cover the majority of the travel expenses for a few of its programs, the city is cost-effective for students who must bear travel expenses. You can get around Liverpool by bus, train, or tram, which are all readily available at all times, and they are reasonably priced. And many of these transportation services are located near student flats Liverpool. The city has systematically layed down the public transit, making it extremely easy for students to get from one point to another, making it efficient for students to travel back and forth from their respective universities. Also, being a reasonable option, it is extremely convenient for students as it doesn’t go too heavy on their pockets.

1. Bus: A single-day ticket costs around £2.20 and can be used on any bus operator's service within Merseyside and Halton. You can also choose a Liverpool PlusBus bus pass, significantly reducing local transportation costs. A few bus stops near student houses in Liverpool include Chapel Street (Stop EA) bus station, Old Hall Street (Stop CHA) bus station, and Moorfields Station (Stop MF) bus station.

2. Train: For just £34.40 per week, you can purchase a rail ticket that allows you to travel across all zones in the country. Train stations near Liverpool student homes that you can take include Moorfields, James Street, and Liverpool Central.

3. Cycles: Cycles are one of the best modes of transportation from your student accommodation in Liverpool to your university. It will be economical for you as well as being environmentally stable.

You can use your university's transportation pass to enjoy a discounted educational tour of Liverpool. Student accommodation in Liverpool is readily available near these well-connected transportation hubs, making it easier to travel to universities.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Liverpool

Students will have an amazing time in Liverpool, with so much to see and explore. Concert Square is the best place to go if you're looking for understudy discounts, popular music, and various clubs. Understudy hotspots include Baa Bar, Level, and Black Rabbit. Keep Stanley Street in mind for various LGBT+ bars and dance clubs. Camp and Furnace, Hangar 34, and 24 Kitchen Street are the places to be if you want to enjoy live DJs. The Invisible Wind Factory on Regent Street also hosts events on the weekends, including live music acts. If you have an unusual event or want to raise the stakes, go to Seel Street or Berry Street.

The world's driving music specialists perform at the 11,000-seat M&S Bank Arena on the world-famous waterfront. The O2 Academy, despite its smaller size, hosts famous live events regularly. If you prefer a more elective sound, go to LEAF, the Shipping Forecast, or the Arts Club to see artists in action. Traditional music fans should not miss the incredibly famous Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, led by Chief Conductor and Distinguished Professor of the University of Liverpool, Vasily Petrenko. What is noticeable is that all the places above can be found at a small distance from the student accommodation in Liverpool, which is the best as it wouldn’t take too long for students to get anywhere. A few other famous spots in the city that you can explore include the Liverpool Beatles Museum, British Music Experience, Walker Art Gallery, and The Royal Albert Dock.

Liverpool Tourist Attractions

Liverpool has a rich cultural heritage and an extensive historical background. There are many attractive spots and places in Liverpool that students can explore and experience. Whether you love art, history, beaches, nature, or sports, there’s something for everyone in the city. Also, many of the popular tourist attractions are located near student apartments Liverpool. We have listed a few of them below:

  1. Anfield Stadium
  2. Eureka! Science + Discovery
  3. Lady Lever Art Gallery
  4. The Beatles Story
  5. Merseyside Maritime Museum
  6. Goodison Park
  7. Liverpool Central Library
  8. Liverpool Football Club
  9. World Museum
  10. Mersey Ferries

Universities In Liverpool

Student housing in Liverpool is situated near the top universities in the city, making it easy for students to travel to and from their universities without any hassle. The city welcomes thousands of students every year who come to pursue a range of undergraduate and postgraduate degrees across disciplines. Some of the top universities in Liverpool are:

1. University of Liverpool

2. Liverpool John Moores University

3. Liverpool Institute of Performing Arts

4. Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

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