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Built for September 2020, Boulevard Wharf is one of the most popular student accommodation in Nottingham City Centre, providing students with a truly exceptional experience. Present near the Nottingham Canal, you will find a wide range of stylish studios and two beds apartments on offer; all fully furnished with en-suite studio rooms and fitted kitchens. Boulevard Wharf also offers students some of the largest bedrooms available to rent in Nottingham. High-speed Wi-fi throughout the building and all utility bills are included in the rent. Boulevard Wharf 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 Nottingham 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 Nottingham building is at a short distance to the property, and Boulevard Wharf is present at a distance of 7-minutes from University Park Campus and 4-minutes from Nottingham Trent University.  You will find many Nottingham restaurants and bars in this popular area, not very far from Boulevard Wharf. Many cities' retail and leisure hubs are near this and another popular square called A6005 Road. Furthermore, ATS (Stop LE21) Bus Stop is only a short walk away from the property, And Royal Cabs Nottingham is a 4-minute distance from the student accommodation. 


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 Boulevard Wharf student housing provides the best accommodation experience, to keep the right balance of study and social life.

Community Amenities

Karaoke Room
Cinema Room
Fitness Suite

Apartment Amenities

Bed
Study Desk
Chair

Bills Included

Heating
WiFi
Electricity
Water

Configurations

Boutique Studio£180 - £210/week
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Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£500
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£180/week
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£185/week
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£195/week
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£210/week
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Classic Studio£190 - £195/week
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Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£500
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£195/week
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£190/week
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Hideaway Studio£190/week
Sold Out
Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£500
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£190/week
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Signature Studio£195 - £205/week
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Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£500
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£205/week
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£200/week
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£195/week
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Vista Studio£200 - £225/week
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Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£500
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£225/week
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£205/week
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£210/week
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£200/week
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£215/week
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Horizon Studio £210 - £215/week
Sold Out
Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£500
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£210/week
Duration:51 week
Sold Out£215/week
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Panorama Studio£225 - £245/week
Sold Out
Offers1
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£500
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£245/week
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£240/week
Duration:51 week
Move in:16 Sep, 2021
Sold Out£225/week
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Booking Details

What will happen when my tenancy ends?

As the situation is ever-changing and evolving, we are unsure yet of how long any measures on restricting movement will remain in place. We do not expect that any restrictions on movements will last longer than when your tenancy, so it is likely that there will be plenty of time for you to return to a property and collect your belongings before vacating completely. This scenario however is liable to change in line with new government guidance and advice.

What is coronavirus or COVID-19, and what are the symptoms?

COVID-19 is an illness caused by the virus coronavirus. The two main symptoms of the virus are the following. If you have either of these symptoms, government guidance is to self-isolate for seven days. If somebody in the same household as you develops these symptoms, you should self-isolate for fourteen day.

Fever or high temperature

A new, continuous cough

Can I cancel my contract?

An important distinction that must be made is that Uni2 Rent do not own the properties that we let out. We are simply a managing agent that works on behalf of a private landlord that actually owns the building. As such, we do not have the ability or authorisation to issue rent reductions or cancellation of rents without confirmation of the landlord.

Even if I am not able to live in the property?

It is also important to clarify that none of our students are being unlawfully prevented from accessing a property by their landlord. The property is provided by the landlord as a service in exchange for payment of rent. Landlords have not said that you are unable to live in the property, therefore the service is still being provided by them. While it was a recommendation from some universities to go back to your parental home, the government advice is simply to remain in your home, wherever that home may be. As such, we have a number of students still living in their student accommodation.

My university and other accommodation providers have agreed to waive or cancel rents, why are Uni2 Rent not doing the same?

Rent and our landlords have seen that many universities and other large accommodation providers are waiving or cancelling final instalments of rent for students that wish to do so. While our landlords would very much like to reduce or waive rent payments, the types of accommodation provider that are able to offer this are completely different commercial entities to that of the everyday landlord who have properties managed by them.

Universities and large accommodation providers may be able to account and plan for significant losses of rental income, however, for a number of our landlords this is their livelihood and, likewise with everyone else in this pandemic, are encountering their own suffering due to the crisis. As a result, it just isnt a feasible option for them as much as they would like it to be. Indeed, most landlords are unlikely to qualify for any financial help.

Current government advice is clear in that where rent can afford to be paid, it should continue to be paid. This is the reason that student loans are still being paid. While some universities and other large accommodation providers are able to reduce or waive rents, we cannot authorise this as our properties are all owned by individual landlords that do not have the affordability to do so.

Will my rent be reduced or waived?

Many landlords are worried about the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic and the result of tenants being unable to pay their rent. Landlords rely on the rental income for their buy to let mortgages and their own personal mortgages, and they may also find themselves in a difficult position financially if they have a reduction in rent or tenants not adhering to their obligations under their tenancy agreement.

There are a number of other costs that landlords use rent to pay for such as utility bills, maintenance costs, compliance with legal requirements, and insurance. For these reasons, landlords are unfortunately unable to offer any of our tenants a rent reduction or rent waive.

Can I have a refund or reduction on the utility bills as I am no longer living in my property?

Although a property may be empty there are still costs associated with the property such asenergystanding charges, estimated consumptions, monthly internet payments alongside rateable values in the case of water.These are costs that we must continue to pay on your behalf.

Each and everyyear we provide an estimated amount of usage on a student property varied dependant of the property size and how many students reside in it, to our suppliers. In order to keep things on track with the billing, Uni2 Rent provide up to date meter readings every quarter. Due to pandemic enforcement measures, we are unable to gain access to the properties for the foreseeable future to ascertain up to date meter readings. As a result, Uni2 Rent still have to pay suppliers on a monthly basis based on the estimated usage highlighted in the tenancy agreements regardless of whether anybody resides in the property or not. This will remain so until the end of the tenancy agreement where we will then provideclose downreadings to the providers.

We would,however,draw your attention to a clause in some tenancy agreements regarding a provision for when tenants underspend or underuse on theirgas and electric.There are set usage allowances outlined in the agreement that relates to the amount of energy expenditure the property is entitled to throughout the year.Comethe end of the tenancy, if you have underspent on this (which youwill belikely to dosogiven the propertymay beempty for various periods) then we will be able to return this amount to you. You can check with a member of the team to confirm if this clause is applicable to you.

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What is a mortgage holiday and how will it affect my tenancy?

Payment holidays for some landlords with buy-to-let mortgages have been announced by the government in response to the pandemic. A payment holiday for landlords on their mortgages simply defers payment to the future. It does not mean that payments are not due, and the additional interest on the payments will usually be added to subsequent payments.

As it stands, many landlords have lenders that may not offer a payment holiday on their loan. For lenders that do offer payment holidays, there can be very stringent criteria in place for landlords to prove that their tenants have been experiencing financial difficulties. As the Student Loan Company (SLC) is still paying out student loans, landlords are unable to show their lender that their tenants are in financial difficulty. As a result they will be extremely unlikely to be granted a mortgage holiday. The SLC statement on student loans can be found below.

What if my student loan doesnt cover my rent? Can I propose a payment plan to my landlord?

If your student loan covers your rental payment then in line with the government advice, rent should continue to be paid.

We are of course aware that in some cases your student loan may not cover your whole instalment of rent. It may be topped up to the full amount with parental help or with the assistance of a part time job. We are also aware that some people may have been made redundant or lost their job as a result of the pandemic, meaning they may find it difficult to make up the rest of the rent above the student loan amount.

If this is the case then we request that you send us a copy of your student finance schedule so that we can see the amounts that will be paid to you to confirm this. We would also ask that you send us confirmation of a change in financial circumstance that leads to difficulty in the difference between your rent and your student loan is unable to paid. This may be in the form of a letter from your employer or your parents employer confirming employment has been ended, for example. You will also need to outline your proposal for a payment plan for paying the rent, or an alternative.

Once this has been received, we will put forward a proposal to your landlord on your behalf and will assess this on a case-by-case basis. We must stress that Uni2 Rent cannot be held responsible should your landlord be unable to accept your proposal. Our properties are owned by private individual landlords, and only the landlord can consent to this.

Will maintenance still be done at my property?

The government have indicated that all legal compliance requirements and management responsibilities will still apply and need to be adhered to during the pandemic. This means that only essential works will be carried out. Non-essential maintenance will be delayed until the end of lockdown measures.

For those students still living in their property, we advise you to continue to report maintenance requests through PropertyFile. Our maintenance department will then be able to determine if the work is essential. If not, it will be set aside to be completed when it is safe to do so.

What should I tell my guarantor?

Almost all tenants will have a guarantor in place to ensure that rent is paid should you not be able to. You should ensure that you keep your guarantor updated with this information as much as possible.

If you are struggling to continue paying your rent you should inform your guarantor as soon as possible. Regardless of whether they are in a position to help you, you are required to make them aware if you fall into arrears, as they too are liable for the outstanding balance.

What happens if one of my housemates default on their rent?

The vast majority of our tenancies are contracted under joint and several liability. This means that the responsibility of ensuring the terms of this contract are upheld is shared by all of their tenants as well as their guarantors.

Given the nature of events that are unfolding, of course a compassionate view will be taken to enforcing the terms of this contract. However, it should be noted that landlords are within their rights to seek recovery of any outstanding rents and/or costs from the other named parties on the tenancy should they believe unethical or immoral conduct is being pursued.

What do the changes to the eviction process mean for students?

The government has extended the standard notice period for eviction proceedings from 8 to 12 weeks and have put a temporary pause on evictions. The objective of this extension is to allow tenants and landlords time to agree a payment plan to settle any arrears built up on the rent ledger.

As our tenancies end in July, August, or September, we do not anticipate this to cause any issue for our students. There remains the possibility that the government may extend this timeframe, and we shall monitor the situation accordingly.

We will be sending out Section 21 notices to all of our tenants in the coming weeks and have already begun this process. While in the current climate a formal, legally required letter may worry you, it should not have any cause for concern. A Section 21 notice simply informs tenants that the landlord intends to take back possession of the property from the tenants once the contract ends. It ensures that our tenants leave the property when they are supposed to.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I move in early?

Our standard tenancies have fixed dates and cannot be changed. However if you are looking to move in earlier it may be possible to book an additional short stay tenancy, this will involve signing another set of paperwork and you will be charged for any additional nights.

 

What documents do I need to bring to the property when I move in?

Please bring an official form of id with you e.G. Passport or provisional/driving licence. If you have not already returned the original signed tenancy agreement you should also bring these with you.

 

Haven't paid rent yet, can I still move in?

Its really important that your rent is paid on time. Your first instalment before moving in covers the first part of your tenancy.

 

Can my family/friends stay for a few nights after dropping me off?

It is best to speak with the staff at the property to find out if this is ok. If it is only for an evening or two, that is usually fine.

 

Where do I get my keys?

You can collect your keys from reception when you check in. Just come straight to the main reception with your photo id and they will have the keys ready and waiting for you.

 

I have been given a time slot but what happens if I might miss it?

That's fine, you can arrive at any time that is best for you and well get someone to come and let you in and get your keys for you.

 

Can I have post delivered to site even though I am not there yet?

If you are having anything delivered before you arrive just make sure someone knows that it will be arriving there. You can notify the staff  At the property of this so they can look after the parcels for you.

 

How can I get directions to the property?

The easiest way to get directions would be to search the postcode on google maps and find the directions on there.

 

How can I get from the train station/airport to the property?

There may be many different transportation options but you can pre-book a cab-link to the property before your arrival.

 

What time can I move in from?

You can move in any time from the start date of your tenancy onwards. If you are going to be arriving much later than the start of your tenancy, just let us know and we will arrange for someone to be there to greet you and make sure you get the keys for your new home.

 

Can I smoke in my room?

There are usually outside areas for you to smoke with ashtrays provided.

 

There is loud music playing above me, how do I make a complaint?

Speak to a member of staff at reception and they will ask a member of our service and safety team to come to help you.

 

My room is not like the website I want to move. Can I do this?

All our show flats, and the images on our website, are representative of a particular room type unless labelled otherwise however they are not identical. Your room will have all the same features and fittings, just in a slightly different set up. If you are unhappy with your room, please speak to the reception team as there is often something we can do. Where there are other rooms available we will offer these as an alternative. To move room you will need to complete new tenancy paperwork, and there may be a small charge to cover the cost of making your original room ready for a new tenant.

 

An emergency has happened back home and I need to cancel. Can I do this?

In emergencies each cancellation request is looked at on a case-by-case basis and an early release is at the discretion of the manager.

 

Some belongings of mine have been stolen, what should I do?

If something is stolen from inside your flat, or there has been a break-in, please contact the police and then inform the reception team. You will get a crime reference number from the police which may help you to recover the cost of the items, depending on your insurance cover. The police will usually contact us to obtain the cctv footage from our security and safety teams to assist them in any criminal matter.

 

Can I get a mini-fridge for my room?

In most properties you can bring small appliances for use in your room, but you will be solely responsible for any risk associated with them.

 

What is my internet speed? How do I upgrade?

In most of our properties your wireless connection speed will be 25 MB/s. There is the option of upgrading online to 32 MB/s. You can even choose to do this for a month at a time.

 

What happens if I fail my exams during my stay? Do I have to leave?

If you leave university during your stay with us you will still be liable for the rent as per the tenancy agreement. Please check the cancellation procedure accordingly.

 

Can I park on site?

Car park is there for students. There is a weekly cost for booking a car parking space, but you can choose to pay this in instalments.

 

I have no hot water. What do I do?

You just need to raise a maintenance request form via the my account section. Once logged, the form will go directly to our maintenance team. Issues are rated on severity, so if it is a busy time please bear with us as it may take slightly longer for us to get to you than usual.

 

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