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Yugo New Mill, Dublin
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Yugo New Mill, Dublin

Mill St, Dublin 8, D08 NN5V, Ireland
0 mi from City Center
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About the Property

New Mill is one of the best student accommodation in Dublin because it is located in the heart of Dublin. New Mill offers one bedroom suites and a variety of studios with a small sized double bed. BIMM Dublin is just 7 minutes away from the property. 

Distance

Ideally located, by foot, you can reach Technological University Dublin in just 10 minutes, and Trinity College Dublin, Royal College of Surgeons, and Dublin Business School in 15 minutes. Getting to morning lectures will be easy as pie (and much easier than pi!). 

Features

New Mill offers 24 hour support, CCTV, on-site laundry, bike storage and high speed wifi for all students. This Property also has some great social places like VR room, Cinema room, games room, gym, study room, reading room and meeting room. Best part about New Mill is that all these features are included in the bill. 

Location and What's Hot?

New Mill has multiple good restaurants within a 10 minutes distance. Hen's Teeth cafe and Peadar Brown's bar is just 2 minutes walk away from the Property. Neighborhood is rich in culture, nightlife, and shopping. The best places to eat nearby are Food Heaven and Blackpitts Mosque. The Cabbage Garden and St. Patrick's Park are both great places to relax and chill. 

Commute

New Mill is well connected to public transport as it is located in the center of the city. Long Lane stop, Oscar Square stop and St Thomas Road stop are just 2 minutes away from the property. Students of BIMM don't need to use public transport as it is just 7 minutes away from the property. 

What will you get

Bills Included

Heating
Electricity
Water
Wifi

Common Amenities

24-hour Support
On-site Laundry
Common Room
Gym
Cinema Room
Games Room

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 (5)

  • 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

How long does a viewing take?


It usually takes between 15 and 30 minutes to tour the student accommodation in person, however, they also offer virtual viewings too!

Can I choose who my flatmates are?


You can choose to live with your friends by selecting the same flat number when you book with us. Please note, this is subject to availability, so it’s best to book early to avoid disappointment!

What is a guarantor and why do I need one?


A guarantor is someone who agrees to pay your rent if you’re unable to, for example one of your parents or a close relative. If you’re unable to meet rent payments please speak to your support team, they will only contact your guarantor to pay rent as a last resort if you cannot meet the agreement of your tenancy.

Do I need to be a full-time student to book a room?


Normally they only accept full-time students, but they may be able to accommodate you. Get in touch with the student residence you’re interested in to discuss your options further.

Is there an age limit for booking?


To live with us whilst studying at University, you will need to be 18 or older.

Can I personalise my room?


As long as you are able to return it to its original state on check-out or you will be recharged for any damages.

Where can I smoke?


They don’t allow smoking inside your residence, but you’re free to smoke outside in designated areas.

Can I keep a fridge in my room?


Additional fridges are only allowed in your room if they are for the purpose of storing prescribed medication.

Can I bring a pet?


They love fluffy animals but they do not allow tenants to bring pets into the building.

Are there spare rooms for visitors to stay in?


No, unfortunately, the residences are filled to the brim with fun-loving students every year.

Are there any social events for residents?


They host socials all year round for you and your flatmates to enjoy; from spiritual and cultural get-togethers, to fitness events and much more.

If I don’t get on with my new flatmates can I change rooms?


They want to make sure that you love your experience living with us, so if you find you’re not getting on with your new flatmates it may be possible to change rooms subject to availability. Get in touch with your resident team for more information.

What happens if something in my flat breaks or doesn’t work?


Their friendly maintenance team is always on hand if something in your flat breaks or doesn’t work. Just fill in a maintenance request form and hand it into reception.

Can I have friends or family to stay?


They recommend friends and family only stay a maximum of 2 or 3 nights and that you let your flatmates know before they arrive.

Are the social spaces always open?


You can book out some of the social spaces on offer in the accommodation, but most of the common areas are open 24 hours a day unless alternative opening hours are advertised.

Is wifi included?


Yes, they offer high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi as standard in all rooms, and it’s also available in the social spaces and communal areas.

What appliances are included in your flat when you arrive?


The appliances included in your flat depend on the type of room or residence you book with. Check out the residence pages for more information or get in touch with the residence team.

Where do I do my washing?


They have on-site laundry facilities for you to use whenever you need during your stay.

What equipment is in the gym?


The residences that include a gym on site have free weights and/or weight training equipment, cardiovascular equipment and yoga mats. Some of the properties also have fitness suites with more specialised equipment or dance/yoga studios!

Can I have parcels delivered to my building?


Their reception team is always on hand to accept your parcels and signed-for items so you never miss a delivery. They’ll also send you an email reminder when your package is ready for collection.

Do we get a cleaner?


Cleaners are available under certain group agreements, but as standard, you are responsible for cleaning inside your apartments, including bedrooms and bathrooms. All of the communal areas are cleaned regularly.

How secure is the bike storage?


Most of the bike storage is inside the secure properties, so only residents can gain access. However, in some residences the bike storage is outside on campus and where possible away from the main streets. In all cases, they recommend using a secure bike lock for extra security.

Is there parking for students on site?


Some of the residences have parking on site for you to use during your stay with us. Check the residence pages or get in touch for more information.

Can I move in before my contract starts?


In many cases, they can allow people to move in early at a daily rate, but you will need to contact the residence team to check.

What documents do I need to check in?


When you check in they will need to see a copy of your ID, and also recommend bringing a printed copy of your licences with your signed guarantor forms.

What time can I arrive the day I move in?


Some of the residences will let you to move in at any time on set days, whereas others will give you a time slot. They will be in touch closer to your move-in date to give you more information!

Where can I park when I’m unpacking?


When your move-in date approaches, they’ll be in touch to advise where you can park nearby to unload your belongings.

Is it okay to arrive out of hours on the day I move in?


If you need to arrive out-of-hours please let your residence support team know with as much notice as possible to make sure they’re available to help.

How do I pay my licence fees (room fees)?


All your licence fees need to be paid monthly in advance, as set out clearly in the rental agreement you sign at the time of booking. To keep things simple, the total licence fees due to us needs to be paid monthly in advance in 8 equal payments as per the rental agreement.
If you prefer, you may pay the total licence fees in full by one payment at the start of the licence arrangements period.

Can I pay licence fees (room fees) by bank transfer?


You are encouraged to pay via credit/debit payments or by direct bank transfer to the bank account details set out clearly in the rental agreement itself. Alternative payment options are listed in the rental agreement.

Are there any extra bills I have to pay?


This fee is a one-off, non-refundable €50 fee to cover the administration costs associated with processing your application to live with us.

Can I sublet my room for the summer?


No - unfortunately, they do not allow students to sublet their rooms throughout their contract with us.

Can I move out early?


Yes - Provided you find a replacement tenant for your room, then you can get in touch with your residence support team to discuss the details.

How can I cancel my booking?


You are able to cancel your booking before Cooling-off period. For more details, please check and follow the instruction of our Cancellation Policy.

Is there always a member of staff available on site?


They aim to have staff available 24 hours a day, so if you ever have a request, a member of our resident team can help you day or night.

How safe is the accommodation?


Most of the entrances to our accommodation buildings are access controlled as well as monitored by CCTV 24 hours a day, and all flat doors are all key controlled. They also aim to always have resident teams on site should you ever need extra support.

Is contents insurance included?


Contents insurance is not included in your licences. It is your obligation to provide your own contents insurance under Irish legislation.

Is the building regularly inspected for fire safety?


The safety of our students is very important to us. They have fire alarm tests and inspections on fire safety practices regularly across all of our residences.

Can I stay over the summer holidays?


Some of our student residences offer summer lets as well as licence extensions, but this is subject to availability. For more information, get in touch with your residence team or find out more here.

What do I do if I’ve booked a room, but can’t get a visa?


Please get in touch with your resident support team and they can cancel or postpone your licence agreement depending on what works best for you.

Do I need to bring my own bedding?


Yes - they don’t provide any bed linen in our flats as they find students like to personalise their rooms.
Please note, this may be different for summer bookings. Contact our residence teams for more information!

Can I be picked up from the airport?


Unfortunately, they don’t offer airport pick up services for international students, you’ll need to make your own travel arrangements to and from the property.

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