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Chapter South Bank, London
Bronze Studio - Bedroom
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4.9
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Chapter South Bank, London

Great Suffolk St, London, SE1 0NS, United Kingdom
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12 students viewed this property in last 24 hours
gym
study area
Sky Lounge
dual occupancy

About the Property

Chapter South Bank is a luxurious and comfortable student accommodation in London that offers studio apartments. The property is very approachable to elite universities like the  University of West Scotland, London and the Kaplan International College, London.


Features

The property offers a private room that comes with a double bed and a desk & chair with a private bathroom and a private kitchen, inclusive of a double bed, a side cabinet, and a television set with free high-speed Wi-Fi where you can watch your favorite tv shows and movies. Inclusive of free parking. An exhausting day of classes and work can be enjoyed in your own company. With a gaming area, gym facilities, study spaces, resident events and onsite laundry. Your own space gives you the time and headspace to be creative and make the most of your time.

Location and What's Hot?

Chapter South Bank is surrounded by amazing restaurants offering a wide variety of cuisines like Oxbo, Bankside, 2-8 Great Suffolk which are just 1 min walk from the property including an amazing grill restaurant The Table Café, 83 Southwark which is just 3 mins walk from the property.

Commute

It’s very easy to commute from the property as the nearest bus stop Southwark, 68-70 Blackfriars Rd,  is just a 5 min drive and the train station in Waterloo Station, Waterloo Rd is at walking distance of 13 min drive from the accommodation.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Sky Lounge
Social Spaces
Study Spaces
Games Area
On-site Gym
Tv Snug

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling off period
    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
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  • No visa no pay
    Free Cancellation if student visa is not secured
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  • No place no pay
    Cancellation policy if admission not confirmed
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Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking deposit
    Secure booking with this amount
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  • Payment instalment plan
    Flexible payment terms
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  • Mode of payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is included in the price?

All utility bills – water, electricity, gas, internet, gym and use of all the social spaces – are included in the price. There are no hidden charges, what student see on your contract is what students pay (besides any damage to the room or fees students incur).

Am I allowed to have guests to stay?

Students are welcome to have guests through the daytime, and an overnight guest for a reasonable amount of nights. Students need to get permission from management for an extended period. Accommodation mus provide a form of ID to check in through your resident portal, and students will be responsible for accommodation throughout their stay. Please note, students will also need written consent from management if your overnight guest is under 18  years of age. 

How secure is the accommodation?

Management have CCTV in and around each property, an electronic key entry system for the main entrance, common areas, each flat and bedroom. There is also staff on site 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. 

Will I need to pay council tax?

In the UK, students are exempt from paying council tax – student won’t need to pay this, but if the council do mistakenly bill student, students will need to provide details to prove that students are in full-time education. 

Do I need a TV licence?

If students bring your own TV or want to watch or record programmers as they are shown live (including on mobile phones, tablets or computers), student will need to apply and pay for a TV License. This also includes TVs provided by PMG.

What if something in my apartment breaks down?

If students having any problems with your room, a shared living space, or one of the communal areas, student have two options. Student can log the issue via the Resident portal, providing details so pmg maintenance team can get this sorted for student as soon as possible. Alternatively, student can come down to the front desk and talk to a member of the team so management can log it on their behalf. 

Can I have pets?

Unfortunately, students are not allowed to keep any pets in their room or any shared living spaces. 

What happens if I don't get on with my new flatmates?

Accommodation wants the Student university experience to be as positive as possible – if student are having any issues with your flatmates, please let us know. Management will do best to help resolve any problems student might be having. 

Can I receive post and parcels?

Lockable mailboxes located in the lobby (or speak to the front desk team to locate yours) - your room key card may also give student access to this  (please check with the front desk team to know more). If any larger packages or anything that requires a signature arrives for student, accommodation hold onto it and let student know via text or email so student can come and collect it. For security reasons, students will need to provide a photo ID and give a signature to confirm collection. The post will not be given out to other residents on your behalf without written authorisation. 

Can I live with my friends?

Accommodation are more than happy to accommodate groups as well as individuals. Let us know who students planning to live with, and accomodation do best to accommodate student in the same flat.

Am I allowed to live with a partner or friend? How much will it cost?

Two people can share some of the bigger studios at properties, which will add an additional £100 per week to the rent. Please contact us directly if this is something students like to organize. Please note, both inhabitants need to be full-time students, studying at least 20 hours per week. 

Do I need a guarantor?

Accommodation needs details for a guarantor for every lease, even if the student intends to pay in 1 instalment. This is because accommodation will take responsibility for any unpaid arrears or damage during your tenancy period. Your guarantor will need to be someone who is not in full-time education, or living in student housing. 

Who can be my guarantor?

Student guarantor can be anyone not currently in full-time education. Accommodation do not need to be a UK resident either. Most residents use a parent,  guardian, or family member. However, please note students cannot act as your own guarantor. 

Is there an age limit for booking the accommodation?

As a minimum age requirement, all PMG residents need to be or have turned 18 during their tenancy with us. This is due to the legally binding tenancy agreement that each resident is required to sign before arrival. Accommodation have no upper age limits on accommodation, so long as the resident is in full-time education for the duration of their stay. 

Do accommodation choose offer any discounts?

If students pay in 1 instalment, your total amount payable will be 2% cheaper than if students chose to pay in 2 instalments. If students pay in 4 instalments, your total amount payable will be 2% more expensive than if students chose to pay in 2 instalments. 

How can I make payment?

Students can make a payment using a credit or debit card, either on the Internet or over the phone. Students can also make a payment via bank transfer - please speak to the team for details. 

Can I Pay my holding fee over the phone?

If students experiencing problems booking online or would prefer to speak to the accommodation Bookings team directly. 

What appliances and furniture are included in my room?

All rooms come with a bed, desk and chair. Extras such as kettles, toasters and lamps are not provided.

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4. Dinner at a restaurant: £200-£400/ month

5. Laundry: £100-£160/ month

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £80-£120/ month

7. Clothing: £200-£375/ month

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