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Chambers 51, Wolverhampton
Classic 6 Bed Ensuite - Kitchen
Classic 6 Bed Ensuite - Bathroom
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Chambers 51, Wolverhampton

Lichfield St, Wolverhampton, WV1 1EQ, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Chambers 51, Wolverhampton where modern living meets ultimate convenience! Chambers 51 is a dream student accommodation in Wolverhampton which never fails to impress any guest who wishes to stay here. Located on Lichfield St, the property houses en-suite and studio apartments while the stylish property is ideally located just a stone's throw away from the prestigious University of Wolverhampton is just a 4-minute walk making it the perfect haven for students seeking comfort and accessibility. With its contemporary design and state-of-the-art facilities, Chambers 51 offers an unparalleled living experience. Each spacious apartment is fully furnished, providing a cozy retreat after a long day of classes.

But not all! Located in the heart of Wolverhampton, Chambers 51 opens up a world of possibilities. Step outside and you'll find plenty of trendy cafes, entertainment venues and food stalls right on your doorstep. Walk downtown where you can explore the historic Wolverhampton Art Gallery or catch a performance at the Grand Theatre. For nature lovers, beautiful West Park is just a short walk away and offers a peaceful escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. With good transport links, you can easily explore nearby areas such as the lively Molyneux district or shop at Wolverhampton's mall. When it comes to convenience, Chambers 51 has it all. With the University of Wolverhampton right on your doorstep, you can say goodbye to long journeys and spend more time studying, socializing and immersing yourself in the student community. Say goodbye to long commutes and hello to convenience. Chambers 51's proximity to Wolverhampton University ensures more time for learning, networking, and embracing the student lifestyle. Make lasting memories, forge lifelong friendships, and embark on an unforgettable student journey.


Step inside and discover a world of modern luxury in Chambers 51, Wolverhampton student accommodation. Room types such as ensuite come with a private room, private bathroom and a shared kitchen. Studio apartments include a private room, an entire place to relax in the beautiful place where you can chat, make lifelong friendships and a private kitchen to cook your delicious meals. Wolverhampton student accommodation for students includes spacious room amenities which includes cozy beds, tackle assignments at your desk with a comfortable chair, keep your belongings organized with storage shelving and a handy notice board.

Experience a wealth of exciting common amenities that will make your student life truly unforgettable. Stay fit and active with the free on-site gym, and breeze through your laundry with our convenient on-site laundry facilities. Your wardrobe will find a perfect home in our spacious wardrobes, and our dedicated study rooms offer a peaceful environment for focused learning. Indulge in entertainment and relaxation with our TV area, common room featuring a free pool table, and social spaces designed to foster connections. Immerse yourself in the cinematic experience of our cinema room, or let your competitive spirit soar in our gaming room. For added convenience, we have vending machines and contents insurance for your peace of mind. Plus, our 24/7 on-site team is always ready to assist you. Enjoy water, heating and WiFi bills included in the bill at Wolverhampton student accommodation

Location and What's Hot?

Chambers 51, Wolverhampton offers a highly convenient accommodation option for students with its close proximity to universities. Within a short distance of 4-minute walk, residents can find themselves surrounded by esteemed academic institutions such as the University of Wolverhampton. This advantageous location allows students to save valuable time and energy on commuting, enabling them to fully focus on their studies. The proximity to these universities fosters a vibrant and intellectual atmosphere, providing numerous opportunities for networking, collaboration, and academic engagement.

In addition to the academic advantages, Chambers 51, Wolverhampton offers a diverse range of amenities in its vicinity to enrich the social life of its residents. A short stroll away, students can explore a variety of options for their day-to-day needs. For grocery shopping, the convenient proximity of well-known supermarkets like Tesco and Sainsbury's ensures that students can easily stock up on essentials. When it comes to cafes, the area boasts popular spots like Coffee Republic and Costa Coffee, where students can relax, socialize, or study while enjoying a cup of their favorite brew.  The area boasts an excellent selection of restaurants, including The Lighthouse, known for its delectable seafood dishes, and The Hungry Bistro, a cozy eatery offering a diverse menu to cater to various tastes. The nearby Grand Theatre hosts a range of performances, including plays, musicals, and concerts, ensuring that students have ample opportunities to indulge in the arts and cultural experiences.  For those seeking cultural enrichment, the accommodation is within reach of fascinating museums like the Wolverhampton Art Gallery and the Black Country Living Museum. These cultural attractions offer a delightful escape and an opportunity to delve into the history and artistry of the region. With such a diverse array of amenities nearby, students residing at Chambers 51 can experience a vibrant social life, balanced with the convenience of easy access to everyday necessities.


Student housing Wolverhampton boasts excellent travel accessibility, making it convenient for residents of Chambers 51, Wolverhampton to explore the city and beyond. The accommodation in Wolverhampton for students ensures easy access to various transportation options, allowing students to navigate the city with ease. The well-connected bus network allows students to conveniently reach different areas of Wolverhampton, including popular shopping centers, entertainment venues, and cultural attractions. Wolverhampton Bus Station is just a 2 minute walk whereas Wulfrun Centre (Stop CF) is just a 8 minute drive away from Chambers 51, Wolverhampton. This means that students can conveniently plan day trips or weekend getaways to explore nearby cities and attractions.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Contents Insurance

Common Amenities

Free on-site gym
Common room with free pool table
Vending machine
Ping Pong Table
Study Room
On-Site Bike Storage

Cancellation Policies (3)

  • Cooling off period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
  • No visa no pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
  • No place no pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.

Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
  • Payment instalment plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
  • Mode of payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Who is eligible to book?

To book with them, you must be a new student and must turn 18 before your tenancy start date.

What is a guarantor? What happens if I don't have one?

A guarantor is a person aged over 21 (usually a parent or guardian) who is happy to be financially responsible for you if you are not able to make payment.
They do not run credit checks on guarantors, but they must provide two forms of ID and be able to provide an email address. For international students, the guarantor can be from overseas if the payment is made in full. If a UK guarantor is provided, then you are able to pay in instalments.
If you cannot find a person to act as a guarantor, then they work with a company called Housing Hand who can act as a guarantor for a fee.

What happens if there is a problem with my room?

You will be required to complete an inventory form when you move into your accommodation so that they are notified of any existing issues with your room.

During your stay, you can log all maintenance issues from the comfort of your room using their Support Portal. 

Can I live with property after my first year?

This is your home and you can live with  them  throughout your studies. They have lots of happy students who choose to rebook with them each year. When you rebook, you are rewarded with lots of perks such as early access to rooms, discounts, freebies, and more. If you'd like to stay again, then just register your interest with them once you're moved in.

Can I live with my friends?

If you would like to live with friends who have already moved in, then it is important that you let them know as early as possible so that  they can try to accommodate your request its all subject to availability.

What is the check-in process?

Prior to your arrival, you will need to complete an online e-induction where you can select a check in appointment. Your tenancy start date can be found on your contract; you are welcome to move in at any point after this date.
The format of the check in process will be dependent on social restrictions at the time, and students will be notified by email closer to the time.

Can I move in early?

If you would like to move in prior to your tenancy start date, then please get in touch with the accommodation team so that they can arrange this for you. Please be aware that this will be charged at an additional rate.
If you are travelling from a country on the Amber List then their Free Early Arrival policy will apply and you can move in 10 days prior to your contract start date at no extra cost.

Is there parking available during check-in?

They have parking available so that you unpack your belongings. This will be an allocated timeslot.

How do I find out who my flatmates are?

Make sure you join their resident Facebook group to meet your housemates, find out Freshers plans, and to keep up with all of the latest updates.

How will I meet people?

common room is a great spot to meet other students living in the accommodation. They also sometimes host events such as  Welcome Party or Puppy Dog Therapy.

When are my instalments due?

Your rent is paid as three instalments spread out across the year to make it more manageable for you, these usually coincide with student finance payments and are in September, January, and May. There is also a deposit of GBP 100 and a pre-rent instalment to pay in August, the exact date can be found on your statement.
The pre-rent instalment covers you from the date that you move in, until the first rent instalment is due at the end of September.

What is included in my annual rent?

Your rent includes utility bills such as water and heating, 100mb broadband and WiFi, gym membership, contents insurance, and access to events.
The laundry room is an additional facility and costs £2.80 per wash, and £1.60 per dry*.
You will also need to pay for a TV license if you want one. A TV license is required for each student room. If you are only using streaming services such as Netflix, Disney+, and Amazon Prime then you do not need to purchase a TV license.
*prices are dependent on year.

Do the kitchens come with?

If you are living in a shared apartment then your kitchen/living space will come with cooker/hob, microwave, fridge/freezer, bins, hoover, mop and bucket, dustpan and brush and sweeping brush. There is also a breakfast bar with stools.

If you are living in a studio then you will get a two ring hob, under the counter fridge with freezer tray, a microwave combination oven, mop and bucket, dustpan and brush, bin and sweeping brush

What do the bedrooms come with?

Shared apartment bedrooms come with 3/4 bed (double bedding is best), desk, desk chair, wardrobe, shelving and storage, and ensuite bathroom.

Studios come with exactly the same items, except you will get a double bed. You will also get a breakfast bar with a stool, and sofa.

Can I decorate my room?

Of course! They would encourage you to make your room your own. However, there are things that you cannot do such as sticking Sellotape or Blu Tack on the walls or using nails and drawing pins.

Can I bring my pets?

Unfortunately not, but  they  do have therapy dogs that visit them every now and again for students who miss their pets.

Do I need to take out contents insurance?

They provide free contents insurance through Endsleigh. This is basic cover and if you have expensive equipment then you might need to upgrade.

Do I have to be home by a certain time each night?

No its up to you what time you get back. If you get back late then please be respectful of your flatmates and keep noise to a minimum.
If you are out late then make sure that you are street safe.

Do I need to move their for the holidays?

No. Your room is yours for the entire length of your contract. That means that you don't have to move out for Christmas, Easter, or any other holiday. You can even stay with them for Summer if you want to (this will be charged at  their  Summer rates).

Can I make a viewing before I book?

Of course! The best way to decide if you’d like to live somewhere is by seeing it for yourself!

Can I live with accommodation if I am doing an internship or placement year?

Absolutely! If you're a registered student, then you can live with accommodation.

I haven't moved in yet, can I change my room?

If you would like to change your room then that is fine if they have availability.

If you have not yet accepted your room offer and would like to change your room then please contact accommodation before you accept and they will send you a new room offer.

If you have accepted your room offer and completed your booking, they can still accommodate your request, just email they will need to withdraw your current room offer and your guarantor will need to reaccept your room offer – this does not incur any extra cost.

What happens if my loan doesn't get paid on time, and I can't make payment before the due date?

If you choose to pay in instalments, then you are still responsible for making the payments on time in accordance with the contract. If you are experiencing payment issues, the best thing to do is to accommodation know as soon as possible so that they can find the best way to support you.

Do you provide bedding?

They do provide bedding packs at a small charge that will be added to your account. Please contact accommodation for a bedding pack.

Can I bring my car?

Unfortunately not, even though we have a small on-site car park, it is not available for tenant use.

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Student Accomodations in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton Student Accommodation

Looking for student accommodation in Wolverhampton, England? Searching for student housing in Wolverhampton can be time-consuming and exhausting, and we at amber understand this. Yes, with amber, you can find excellent Wolverhampton student accommodation options that offer connectivity, comfort, and ease. These student apartments in Wolverhampton are usually only a few minutes away from esteemed universities, like the University of Wolverhampton, Newman University, and the University of Law Birmingham. Moreover, depending on your lifestyle and budget, you can find lavish and reasonably priced off-campus student accommodation in Wolverhampton.

Every student housing Wolverhampton is built, ensuring convenience and the ultimate living experience. Many choices include ensuites, shared rooms, private rooms, flats, and studios, and it is recommended to start the search for student accommodation in Wolverhampton as early as possible. Usually, there is a lot of demand for student accommodation in Wolverhampton during the peak time of the year when prospective international students arrive from different countries. Heantun Point, iQ Fiveways House, and Chambers 51 are a few amazing Wolverhampton student accommodation choices you can check out.

About Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton, affectionately nicknamed "Wolvo" or "Wolves," is situated in the West Midlands and boasts a rich cultural past and a wealth of educational opportunities. With a population of over 270,670, Wolverhampton is a flourishing city serving inhabitants and students with a multicultural and vibrant atmosphere. The city has a distinguished past that extends back to the Anglo-Saxon period. During the Industrial Revolution, it later developed into a thriving market town. Today, it is renowned for its thriving arts scene, architectural gems, and a strong sense of community. Numerous prestigious universities, notably the University of Wolverhampton and Newman University, are in the city.

Despite its industrial roots, Wolverhampton is far from lacking in cultural offerings. The Wolverhampton Art Gallery showcases a beautiful collection of contemporary and historical art. At the same time, the historic Wolverhampton Grand Theatre has amazing theatrical performances all year round. Also, Wolverhampton is home to several notable landmarks and attractions. The city's football club, Wolverhampton Wanderers, attracts thousands of passionate fans worldwide. With its vibrant city centre, students can explore shops, restaurants, and entertainment arenas at the Wolverhampton city centre. The West Park's beautiful natural scenery provides visitors with a peaceful retreat. Green spaces and lovely lakes make it ideal for strolls or picnics.

Best Student Accommodation in Wolverhampton

Good student accommodation is essential for a student’s growth and development. The place you stay greatly impacts your productivity and social interactions. Finding budget-friendly student accommodation in Wolverhampton is essential when you want to achieve your academic career. Reliable Wolverhampton student accommodation provides support and mental assurance to the students. If you plan on student housing in Wolverhampton, choosing neighbourhoods near your university will lessen your commute time, which is possible with amber's sorting features. Below, you can find a comprehensive list of the popular student accommodation in Wolverhampton:

1. The Old Fire Station

2. Canalside

3. Duncan Smith House

4. Collegiate Bagot Street

5. The Heights

6. Belgrave View

7. Harriet Martineau

8. iQ Studios 51

9. iQ Broderick House

10. Cornwall Street Studios

Cost of Living in Wolverhampton

As you embark on your student journey in the city, remember that managing your money well is essential to a successful and rewarding experience. Your cost of living depends on factors such as your student housing Wolverhampton rent, the location of your student housing Wolverhampton, and spending habits. You should keep lifestyle expenses in mind and manage your spending. In addition, finding the most sought-after student flats in Wolverhampton for is another crucial factor to consider.  As long as you take control of your finances, you can open the door to a fulfilling student lifestyle. Given below is a list of the living costs for students in Wolverhampton:

1. Food: £30 - £40 per week

2. Gas and electricity: £10 - £15 per week

3. Internet & mobile phone: £20 - £30 per week

4. Dinner at a restaurant: £10 - £20 per week

5. Laundry: £5 - £10 per week

6. Stationery and textbooks: £10 - £15 per week

7. Clothing: £50 - £100 per month

8. Travel (buses, trams, trains): £40 - £60 per month

Student Travel in Wolverhampton

Students can travel easily to Wolverhampton and explore its surroundings with its well-connected transit network. Wolverhampton offers exceptional travel accessibility for students, and its commitment to accessibility extends to its inclusive infrastructure, ensuring easy access to facilities and events. Owing to the strategic location of the student accommodation in Wolverhampton, you can embrace a seamless journey. Following is the breakdown of the transport links you can undertake while you reside in student accommodation in Wolverhampton:

1. Bus: Wolverhampton has an extensive bus network run by multiple companies, including National Express West Midlands and other regional providers. Depending on the distance covered, adult bus fares normally range for one-way trips from £2 to £4. Starting at about £15 per week, weekly travel cards like the Swift Card offer reduced rates and unrestricted travel within certain zones.

2. Tram: With connections to important cities like Birmingham, Dudley, and West Bromwich, the West Midlands Metro tram system offers reliable and comfortable transportation from Wolverhampton. Adults pay roughly £2.50 for a single tram ride, while weekly passes cost about £25. The Swift Card offers seamless integration and cost savings for tram travel.

3. Train: Wolverhampton Railway Station offers excellent rail connections to several cities nationwide. A typical off-peak round-trip ticket to Birmingham might cost as much as £7. Students can reduce the cost of their train travel by getting reduced railcards like the 16-25 Railcard or the Student Railcard, which provide significant fare discounts.

4. Cycling: Cycling is a healthy and environmentally beneficial way for students to travel about the city. Affordable bike rental options are offered via rental programmes like West Midlands Cycle Hire, with pricing starting at £1 for 30 minutes.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton offers a safe and secure student lifestyle, making it an ideal place for young learners to thrive with various leisure, entertainment, and activities. Many of the popular spots are close to the student accommodation in Wolverhampton. Queen Square is the perfect place to study or take a leisurely break because it provides a serene retreat for visitors seeking peace in the city centre.

Bantock Park and West Park make for lovely picnic spots with their wide lawns and stunning lakes. The Greedy Pig, The Bohemian, and Zuri Coffee serve traditional British food. At the same time, Bilash Tandoori and Zuri Coffee specialise in exotic flavours. Distinguished authors and poets lead motivational talks and workshops at the Wolverhampton Literature Festival. The Grand Theatre presents various productions, including plays, musicals, and comedy acts, while the Slade Rooms is a well-known music venue where both new and established musicians perform live.

Wolverhampton also has a vibrant nightlife, with clubs like Popworld and Yates catering to students looking for a night out in the city. Popular establishments that provide a welcoming and accepting atmosphere include The Planet and Gorgeous, symbolising the city's flourishing LGBTQ+ population. Smestow Valley and Pendeford Mill Nature Reserves offer quiet walking paths and a chance to watch wildlife and outdoor exploration opportunities.

Wolverhampton Tourist Attractions

While you are on the hunt for the best student accommodation in Wolverhampton, you cannot help but immerse yourself in Wolverhampton's beautiful art galleries, live performances, lovely parks and gardens, and prosperous heritage. Following are the iconic landmarks and hidden gems that you must explore while staying in the city:

1. Wightwick Manor and Gardens

2. Wolverhampton Wanderers Football Club

3. Wolverhampton Art Gallery

4. Molineux Stadium

5. Wolverhampton Grand Theatre

6. Wolverhampton Racecourse

7. Black Country Living Museum

Universities in Wolverhampton

Wolverhampton is home to some of the top universities in England, many of them near student apartments Wolverhampton. They have various undergraduate and postgraduate programs which attract students worldwide. Given below are some of the best universities in Wolverhampton:

1. University of Wolverhampton

2. Newman University

3. The University of Law Birmingham

4. ACM Birmingham

5. University College Birmingham

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