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Cambridge Court is located in the centre of Liverpool's Knowledge Quarter, just a two-minute walk from the Liverpool John Moores and University of Liverpool campuses. All rooms at Cambridge Court are en-suite, which means they come with their own private bathroom. And you'll share your kitchen with flatmates.

Living here, you'll be part of our Student Village - a thriving community of over 1,000 students. Cambridge Court itself is home to 474 of them. This part of Liverpool has something for every student. Museums, theatres, bars and clubs, great places to eat, drink, and grab a coffee, amazing architecture. Plus, the city's two universities and two major train stations are right here - so its as convenient as it gets. Also, all the utility bills are included in the rent.

Apartment Facilities

Free gas
Free water
Single bed
Desk and Chair
Underbed Storage

Community Facility

Maintenance Support
Fire system
Car parking


En Suite£131/week/person
Lease Duration51 week
Available from05-09-2020
Area15 sqm
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Shared Kitchen

Apartment facilities

Cycle parking
Under bed storage

Community Facilities

Common Lounge
Fire system
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Booking Details

Cancellation Policy

  • Unless you have already collected the keys to the accommodation, you may cancel your booking by writing or sending an e-mail to us at, at any time during the 7 days after we send you an e-mail confirming your booking is complete (the 7 Day Cooling-Off Period). If you do that, we will make no charge and will return your any deposit or any payment of advance rent to you.
  • Provided the 7 Day Cooling-Off-Period has expired, you will have to pay all amounts due under your Tenancy Agreement unless a replacement Tenant is found for your Room or you enter into a new Tenancy. If a replacement Tenant is found for your Room before your start date, we will release you from your Tenancy Agreement on the date seven days after the new Tenants Tenancy Agreement is signed. If a replacement Tenant is found for your Room after your start date, we will release you from your Tenancy Agreement from the start date of the replacement Tenant's new Tenancy Agreement. If you have occupied the Room prior to this, you will be charged 50.00 to cover our costs of preparing the Room for the replacement Tenant.
  • No Place No Pay applicable to 1st year students only. If you are a prospective first year undergraduate student and your offer of a place at your preferred University/Higher Education Institution is withdrawn by the University/Higher Education Institution as a result of you not achieving their required entry grades, you may be eligible to be released from this agreement. You may also be eligible to be released from this agreement if you are a prospective first year undergraduate student and you choose to go to a different University because you have exceeded your expected grades. To apply to be released from this agreement in the circumstances referred to above, you will need to supply us with a copy of:
    1. a written rejection letter from your chosen university/college or UCAS or a screen shot of your UCAS status which confirms that the required results were not achieved; or
    2. a copy of the proof of acceptance of your new university by UCAS adjustment.
  • These document(s) must be received by us within 7 calendar days from the date your results are published. Please email the documentation to On receipt of the required documentation it will be verified and, provided we are satisfied, we will cancel your agreement and refund any deposit or advance rent paid in full.

Payment Details

Youll need to pay:

  • Your rent (and advance rent if applicable). This is for your room and the shared facilities of the property. It also includes all electricity, heating and water bills, basic contents insurance and in-room internet access.
  • 250 security deposit if applicable. If your booking requires a deposit, you will be made aware of this when you book.

You can also upgrade your Internet service or add on car parking for an additional fee (where available).

  • Instalment charge

If you choose to pay your rent in instalments, an additional charge of up to 99 which is payable in full with your first instalment, may apply. If this charge is applicable, you will be made aware of this when you book.

  • TV licence

If you are bringing a Television, the Television Licensing Authority requires that you need a Licence, if you are bringing one. For more information on this visit

  • Council tax

As a full-time student you dont need to pay council tax. Youll be provided with a Council Tax Exemption Form by your university during your enrolment. A copy of this must then be provided to the team at your property. If you leave university during your Tenancy Agreement period you may then need to pay council tax. If this happens, you must pay Unite Students for any council tax paid on your behalf.

  • Damages and cleaning charges

Download information on our damage and cleaning charges

Frequently Asked Questions

What happens if I can't make a payment?

Your instalment due dates are outlined in your tenancy agreement and by accepting the terms and conditions of your contract, both customer and guarantor are accepting responsibility for payment on the dates provided. If you are unable to make payment for your rent, please speak to your property team. They will be able to discuss with you your payment options and advise you of any future implications dependent on how late the payment will be.

What happens if I can't pay because I haven't received my loan yet?

We work in partnership with over 100 Universities who provide their loans and grants at different times of the year. We always try to align our payment dates with the receipt of student loans but this may not always be possible.If you have not yet moved in, please bring proof of your student loan dates with you upon arrival. You will still be able to move in and you will not receive any charges for non-payment before your check in date. However, we cannot guarantee that further charges will not be applied to your account after your check in date if payment is not received. If you already live with us and have not yet received your loan, please speak to your property team today and they will be able to advise you of your payment options. 

What methods can I use to pay?

You can pay by credit/debit card or direct debit. You select your payment method when booking. If you need to add your rent payment details you can do so here. If you are a customer looking to make a payment, you can do this in My Account on the payment tab.If you are making a payment on behalf of a customer, you can also do this through our website on the make a payment screen. Please ensure you have the customers' full name and booking code available when making a payment so that we can allocate this to the correct account.If you are unable to pay by these methods, on exception we allow customers to pay via bank transfer. Please speak to your property team for further information.

What should I do if my Direct Debit fails? 

When a payment is due, we will send the payment instruction to your bank 10 working days before its due date. At the point of the instruction being sent, we will not be able to supress the automatic payment so we will require more than 10 working days notice if your payment is not going to be successful. If we have already attempted to take payment for your instalment or you have notified us with less than 10 working days notice, please wait 3 working days from the instalment due date for the automatic payment to fail. You will then be able to make a payment manually. You will not receive any charges for a failed payment from Unite but please check with your bank as they may charge you a fee. We will not re-attempt to take an automatic payment after it has failed and payment for this instalment will be required to be made manually.