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Beech Gardens is one of the most popular student accommodation in Birmingham City Centre, providing students with a truly exceptional experience. There are a range of stylish studios and two beds apartments on offer; all fully furnished with en-suite bathrooms and fitted kitchens. Beech Gardens also offers students some of the largest bedrooms available to rent in Birmingham. High-speed Wi-fi throughout the building and all utility bills are included in the rent. Beech Gardens has some of the most amazing social spaces including a cinema and games room, private gym and music practice room to balance your social and academic life in the Birmingham student housing options. There are also communal study rooms for you to have a group study with your friends, bookable dining rooms and a beautiful urban garden with BBQs.


The University of Birmingham building is at a 1-minute distance to the property, and Beech Gardens is present near Aston University. You will find many Birmingham restaurants and bars in this popular area, not very far from Beech Gardens. Many cities' retail and leisure hubs are near this and another popular square called Bristol Road. Furthermore, the Edgbaston Park Road Bus Stop is only a short walk away from the property, And It takes almost 4-minutes to get to the Selly Oak Taxi Cabs.


This property is not only spacious but also perfect for University students. Along with amazing amenities included in the bills, the staff here is very accommodating and helpful. The 24*7 assistance gives you a comfortable student life. Security services and CCTV makes your stay safe and secure. The peaceful surroundings and lively study room helps you in your studies. In all Beech Gardens student housing provides the best accommodation experience, to keep the right balance of study and social life.

Community Amenities

laundry room
parking
Bike storage

Apartment Amenities

Cooker
Freezer
Microwave
¾ bed
Desk & Chair
Lockable Bedroom

Safety and Security

lockable bedroom

bills included

heating
Electricity
Water
Wifi

Configurations

Classic Room£115 - £150/week/person
Offers1
Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£250

Room Amenities

¾ bed
desk & chair
Lockable Bedroom
Duration:43 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£150/week
Duration:43 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£115/week
Duration:43 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£119/week
Duration:43 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£125/week
Looking for different dates? Contact us
Classic Room - Garden View£125 - £135/week/person
Offers1
Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£250

Room Amenities

¾ bed
Desk & Chair
lockable bedroom
Duration:43 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£125/week
Duration:43 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£135/week
Duration:43 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£130/week
Looking for different dates? Contact us
Apartment£165/week/person
Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£250
Duration:51 week
Move in:10 Sep, 2021
£165/week
Looking for different dates? Contact us

Payment Details

Booking Info:-

Pay Deposit of GBP 250 to secure a room.


Mode of Payments:-

You have to pay via direct Debit Card.

Frequently Asked Questions

Washing machine not draining properly?

Check soap dispenser and filter to remove blockage; dont fill the drum full, please evenly distribute the weight.  

Oven not working?

Set clock/time and check switch on wall is on  

Dishwasher not cleaning crockery?

Ensure salt and rinse aid is topped up; clean the blades and remove any blockages from the filter. Use cleaning fluid regularly as advised by the product manufacturers.

Fridge Freezers not keeping food items cold/frozen?

Check temperature dial is set to around 3. Move food items away from the back of the fridge this will allow the temperature to circulate more freely. Freezers need to be defrosted regularly to maintain the correct temperature.  

Dryers (inc washer/dryers) not drying clothes?

Do not over fill; suggestion to put only half a load each time. Empty the water tank if it is a condensing tumble dryer.

Radiators not warming up?

Probably air is blocked in the system. You will need to use a radiator key (can be purchased from supermarket or hardware store). The lock to the top side of the radiator can be turned gently to release the air, as soon as water comes out you need to close the lock.

The boiler is displaying an E119 error and there is no hot water?

This means the boiler has lost pressure and needs to be re pressurised. This is easy to do and simply requires more pressure to be added by turning the black valve underneath the boiler until the pressure gauge reaches around 1 and is in the green section. Please follow this YouTube video for guidance.  

The lights are not working?

If its one light, check the bulb and replace if required. If its lots of lights that are not working, check the fuse box as something may have tripped. If one of the switches is down, switch it back up. If you experience further problems please report it to us.  

Appliance tripping the electrics?

Before going to the fuse box, first unplug all items that have a plug, everything including TVs, lamps, fridges and reset fuse box. Plug/turn items back on one and a time to determine which appliance is causing the problem, then please report it to us.  

Inside of the windows are wet, especially in the morning?

This is caused by the inside of the property being warmer than outside, therefore you need to moderate the level of heating in your property. Windows must be wiped down daily especially in the winter months when you have the heating on and its cold outside. Too much build up of moisture in the property will cause mould spores to form on the walls, ceilings and around windows. You must ventilate the room/s when you are showering/bathing and also drying clothes on airers or radiators.  

Fire alarm is going off and won't stop?

Type in the code written on or by the panel and press silence. If a fault has been detected on the panel and it is continuing to beep, please let us know and we will send someone round.       

If its one light, check the bulb and replace if required. If its lots of lights that are not working, check the fuse box as something may have tripped. If one of the switches is down, switch it back up. If you experience further problems please report it to us.   


Appliance tripping the electrics? Before going to the fuse box, first unplug all items that have a plug, everything including TVs, lamps, fridges and reset fuse box. Plug/turn items back on one and a time to determine which appliance is causing the problem, then please report it to us.  

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