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Pavilion Point, Brighton
Classic Studio - Bedroom
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Pavilion Point, Brighton

London Rd, Brighton, BN1 4JH, United Kingdom
0 mi from City Center
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About the Property

Pavilion Point, Brighton is a luxurious and affordable student accommodation in Brighton. The property offers a wide range of en-suites and studios. The property is very close to elite universities like Bellerbys College.

Features

The property provides a private room, a private bathroom, and a shared kitchen including a comfortable bed where you can relax and chill after a long day of classes and work. The property also offers a chair and a table lamp, storage and a wardrobe to keep your belongings. Including access to the kitchen, multimedia room, study room, lounge, gym, coffee area, courtyard, resident’s event, laundry, on-site team and cycle store free high-speed Wi-Fi.

Location and What's Hot?

The property is near a lot of amazing restaurants like Nando's Brighton London Road, which can be approachable at a 1 min drive from the property, including Runaway Bay Caribbean Restaurant which is a 9 min drive from the property. There are many more restaurants with amazing ratings and affordable prices.

Commute

It’s very easy to commute from the property as the nearest bus stop Fleet Street, Brighton,  is just a 6 min drive and the train station, Brighton, Queens Rd, Brighton is 7 min drive from the accommodation.

What will you get

Common Amenities

Multimedia Room
Study Room
Lounge
Gym
Coffee Area
Courtyard

Cancellation Policies (4)

  • Cooling Off Period
    This property offers cooling-off period.
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  • No Visa No Pay
    This property allows cancellation due to visa rejection.
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  • No Place No Pay
    This property allows cancellation if admission is not secured.
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Payment Policies (5)

  • Booking Deposit
    This property requires booking deposit.
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  • Security Deposit
    This property requires security deposit.
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  • Payment Instalment Plan
    This property offers flexible instalment plan.
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Frequently Asked Questions

I need a guarantor?

Most of properties require residents to have a guarantor. This person will need to commit to paying the rent if you aren’t able to so please make sure you discuss this with them. They do not have to live in the UK but must be over 18 and not live in a property managed by Fresh. Once you have signed the contract your guarantor will be asked to provide proof of ID and their address and also sign a copy of the agreement. Some of properties are able to offer the option to make your full years payment upfront and not have a guarantor. Please speak to our Residents’ Team to check if this is available at your chosen property.

What is the advance rent?

Most of properties require applicants to pay an advance rent at the time of booking. This is refundable should you decide to cancel within the cooling off period or later find your place has been withdrawn or you are not able to obtain a visa to enter the UK.
The advance rent will show as a payment towards your first rent instalment on your account.

How can I choose the best room for me?

Accommodate want you to choose a room you are going to be happy living in and management know everyone has a different wish list – from the floor the room is on to the view and the amenities in the room, Team will be on hand to discuss this with you and help you make the best selection.

What size is a small double bed?

Room descriptions explain whether you will have a standard or small double bed. A small double is the same length as the standard but just a tiny bit narrower. Also known as a 3/4 size bed, small doubles measure approx. 120cm wide x 190cm long. Still plenty of room for a good night's sleep, even if there's two of you sharing.

Can I come to have a look around before I book?

Of course! Management are very proud of properties and would love to show you around. If you want to bring some friends or family members that’s absolutely fine too – just ask that you speak to team in advance so can make sure management have some rooms available to show you. If you find yourself in the area and haven’t had a chance to speak to team you can still pop in, whilst management might not have a room to show you management will still be able to show you around Shared Spaces.
management can also offer online video viewings if you don’t live locally so let team know what works for you!

I have a medical condition which means I have certain requirements for my room?

Please get in touch with team – they are experts on properties and most have rooms with varying levels of adaptations so team will be able to help you. If you book online, and you indicate you have a medical condition, the booking process will automatically pause so you can speak with team.

I will be aged 16 or 17 when the tenancy starts – can I still book?

Yes, but will ask you to complete a few extra steps during the booking process. This will include nominating a Responsible Adult who will be point of contact for you and will recommend monthly meetings with General Manager once you have moved in but that’s up to you!

Can I book together with a group of friends?

Management know that choosing who you live with is really important so in properties with shared apartments group booking can easily be organized by getting in touch with teams.

What are sanction checks? (please check with your chosen property if these checks apply)?

Some of properties require Sanction Checks to be completed on residents and Guarantors before management are able to issue you with an agreement. The checks will be completed after you have signed the agreement. They use Government sanction databases to identify and list individuals who have been convicted of serious crimes and terrorism offences. The checks are conducted by Veri-Check on the Landlords behalf.

What if I want to cancel my booking?

Please refer to your chosen properties' Terms and Conditions for details of when and how you are able to cancel. Team will be happy to discuss this with you if you have any questions.

How will I know when payments are due?

All your payment dates are listed in your agreement and on portal. It’s really important you understand these payments must be made on time. Management ask for a portion of your rent in advance of your tenancy starting, usually at the beginning of August.
If management haven’t received your first rent instalment and Tenancy Deposit payment, your booking may be cancelled. Management also won’t be able to let you have your key so it’s important to make sure you have everything in place especially as you may not receive your student finance or bursary until after these dates.

How can I make payment?

If you don’t have access to a smartphone, you can log into Portal on a laptop.
If you will need to make payment by bank transfer, please contact Team at least two weeks before your payment due date for more information. Bank transfers take longer to reach Team so any payments made using this method will need to be done in advance.

Will I need to pay a deposit?

Property ask all residents to pay a Tenancy Deposit – please check your agreement for the date this payment will be due. The good news is that you will get the Tenancy Deposit back at the end of the tenancy if nothing is owing for damages or outstanding rent. The value varies across properties so please take a look at the Fee Schedule for your chosen property for more information. Deposits are fully secured by the Tenancy Deposit Scheme (Custodial) in England and Wales or the My Deposits Scheme in Scotland.
In the Republic of Ireland your Booking Fee automatically converts into your Damages Deposit at the start of the tenancy.

When Can I Move In?

A few weeks before the start of your tenancy management will get in contact to ask you to watch induction video and book a move-in slot. You will need to do this so management can make sure management are expecting you!

What payments will I need to make before I move in?

Please check your agreement for your first rent instalment and tenancy deposit payment dates. If you have any questions about your rent instalment due dates please contact team. You must pay your first rental instalment before you will be allowed to move in.

Can I order bedding and kitchen packs?

Yes! Order bedding, kitchen packs and other uni essentials from shop.

Do I need a tv licence?

Yes, unless management tell you team are covering it, if you watch or record programmer as they are being shown, watch catch up TV such as iPlayer or watch live TV online you will need a license.
This applies to any provider you use and any device, including a TV, desktop computer, laptop, mobile phone, tablet, games console, digital box or DVD/VHS recorder.

Can I have a pet?

Student accommodation is often not a suitable environment for pets and that’s why pets of any shape or size aren't allowed.

Can I invite guests to stay in my room?

All grown-ups here so of course occasional overnight guests are allowed. Please don't invite someone to stay for more than three consecutive nights though, and always check with your flatmates first that they're ok with extra house guests.

Will my room be inspected?

Yes, management conduct inspections at least three times during your tenancy. management will keep an eye on cleanliness and hope not to see any damage and missing items. After each inspection management will tell you if any charges need to be made to put something right. You will be invoiced immediately for recharges for the first two inspections and on the final inspection a deduction will be made from your Tenancy Deposit. The cost of recharges for cleaning, damages and missing items can be found in the Residents’ Handbook.

Do I need to move out over the Christmas and Easter holidays?

No, your room is yours for the whole of your tenancy. You only need to move out at the end of the agreement. It will be your responsibility to check with the local Council if Council Tax will be due if you stay during the holidays.

Will I be charged for damages?

As part of your contract you have agreed to look after your room and not cause any damage. Management know accidents do sometimes happen so a list of possible damage charges are available in portal.

Can I smoke/vape?

All properties are smoke free and this includes all types of E-cigarettes and Vapes. Smoking is not allowed in any private or communal area including bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and all internal social spaces. Designated smoking areas can be found outside the building. If you do have an e-cigarette or Vape, please ensure that the charger conforms to British or EU safety standards, or they will be removed during room inspections. All drug use, including the use of Laughing Gas, Is prohibited at our properties.

What do I do if I am not totally satisfied?

Management hope you will love living with us but there may be times when management don’t always get it right. management take all complaints seriously and will try best to fix any issues the first time. If you need help and advice, please speak with your General Manager first.

Can I live with fresh once I have graduated?

In most cases student properties are purely for students, however, management do offer rental homes in locations across the UK which are perfect for recent graduates, offering great value rent, on-site Residents' Teams and the fantastic service you would expect from Fresh.

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Student Accomodations in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove Student Accommodation

Brighton and Hove is an excellent choice if you're seeking a liberal, carefree, and fun-loving city to call home throughout your academic years. This dynamic city, known for its stunning beaches, makes the ideal student hangout thanks to its alluring blend of beaches, bars, pubs, and boutiques.

Amber provides accommodation in properties like Pavilion Point, one of Brighton's liveliest neighbourhoods, and the LGBT+ community's hub is a popular student location. One of the most sought-after neighbourhoods for Brighton student accommodation is Holden Court. This results in slightly higher rent costs, but given that it is in the centre of Brighton and has excellent access to other parts of the city, it is well worth the extra cost. Crown House is nearby and a fantastic spot to stay if you want quick access to the city centre and a residential, family-like atmosphere.

IQ Brighton, surrounded by independent cafes and restaurants, is located just north of the city centre. Several regional restaurants make it one of the most incredible places to eat. The nearby city of Hannover has charming Victorian houses and well-known bars. Hollingbury House and Alumno Falmer are excellent choices as well. They provide a somewhat less expensive alternative to those in the city centre for students looking for Brighton student accommodation that is a little easier on their budget.


About Brighton and Hove

Brighton, with 2.9 million people, ranks 26th and received the highest score for the Student Mix indicator thanks to its sizable and diverse student body. The two highly regarded universities in the city have a sizable foreign student body, with 27% of the total enrollment originating from countries other than the UK. Despite being primarily recognised for its colourful beachfront, the south coast city is more than just a coastal resort. Brighton and Hove offer various activities and tourist attractions like the royal pavilion, Brighton i360 and Brighton palace pier.

One of the two central regions that make up the City of Brighton is the beach resort of Brighton, which is situated on the south coast of England. 

The variety of independent restaurants and nightlife locations in Brighton are worth the visit. To make the most of their time at school, students who attend the University of Brighton and the University of Sussex reside in Brighton. The Brighton and Hove student accommodations can cater all your preferences like prices, tastes, and styles to match.

Brighton is renowned for being a location that has always provided an escape. It has always been unique. There is a lot of attitude in these cities. Freethinkers, business people, and entertainers call this place home. The city is vibrant, innovative, and bohemian. Twenty thousand students are living there, both local and international.

Best Student Accommodation in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove are home to many major universities, students flow in the city from all around the world every year. At such events university housing is overflowing with students leaving them on waiting lists for months and months, the private student accommodation Brighton provided by amber will help you find affordable and convenient housing near your university.

Some recommended student accommodation Brighton include;

  1. Holden Court, Brighton
  2. IQ Brighton
  3. IQ Abacus House, Brigton
  4. Crown House, Brighton
  5. Vogue Studios, Brighton

Cost of Living in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove have an average cost of living in the top 22% of all global cities. However, by setting and adhering to a budget, students may maximise their time in this metropolis. Although your estimated cost of living may not turn out to be as expected, one must keep a record to be safer.

  1. Rent: £195 to £270 /month
  2. Groceries: £100 to £150 /month
  3. Food: £350 to £450 /month
  4. Transport: £40 to £50 /month
  5. Laundry: £25 to £40 /month
  6. Stationery and Textbooks: £20 to £30 /month
  7. Clothing: £50 to £75 /month
  8. Movie Ticket: £7 to £10

Student Travel Brighton and Hove

The University of Brighton has four campuses: Eastbourne, Falmer, City, and Moulsecoomb. Students can quickly go to the surrounding areas because the Brighton and Hove campus is located on Grand Parade, just three minutes from the city centre. The extensive Stoke Park Road network, which spans the entire city and includes the University of Brighton, is well known. The Brighton and Hove transportation system is separated into numerous zones encompassing the city's prominent areas.Most transportation options are tied to the student housing options we provide in Brighton to make your stay and travel simple. Make your stay a little less expensive by considering the travel costs, which are also very reasonable.

  1. Bus: In Brighton, a single trip costs £2.70 per standard. The bus operator national express can take one in and out of Brighton city, one must issue a card and check the bus schedules for hassle free travel. If you tend to use cash make sure you keep the exact amount of the fare.
  2. Rail: A single person's daily train costs range from £15 to £20.You should speak with the local railroad authority and request a discount if you are a beginning student. The Brighton and Hove PlusBus pass is an electronic ticket that may be used on buses, the underground, and some overground train lines.
  3. Bicycle: Riding your bike to the university or running errands will be more convenient and affordable.Bike stands are available at prominent blocks and have separate lanes on the road, you could easily rent a bike and use it for small commutes around city areas.

Student Lifestyle and Living in Brighton and Hove

Brighton and Hove are among the world's most energetic cities. Capturing students' interest as soon as they enter this warm and pleasant setting. The University of Brighton offers a hugely diversified culture, a rich legacy, a vibrant and dynamic nightlife, museums and galleries, sports facilities, theatres, and music halls for students to enjoy.

Every area of the city is covered in greenery. Some of England's most stunning parks can be found in Brighton and Hove City, including Withdeen Park, which is only a short distance from the university campus and is the ideal place to unwind and breathe fresh air after your lectures.

Preston Park is yet another fantastic option,commuters who prefer a little more peace and quiet will find this place to be excellent.The best of both worlds may be found in Preston Park.

If you're strapped for cash and want to visit a low-cost bar or restaurant, consider Kooks Restaurant and The Witchez Restaurant in Brighton and Hove, where you can find mouthwatering cuisine at reasonable prices, like pizza, burritos, and other Italian and continental fare.Want to experience Brighton and Hove's nightlife? Visit East Street Tap Pub or Zahara Nightclub for the newest tunes and an engaging musical experience from well-known local DJs and musicians.

Brighton and Hove Tourist Attractions

Brighton and Hove has a rich history and monuments. These cities are well known for their culture, sustainability and landmarks. One must always indulge in the curiosity of knowing new cultures and history to enjoy visiting a foreign country truly. Some tourist attractions in the cities of Brighton and Hove are:

  1. Royal Pavilion
  2. The Lanes
  3. British Airways i360
  4. Brighton Beach
  5. Brighton Palace Pier
  6. North Laine
  7. Brighton Dome

Universities in Brighton And Hove

Brighton and Hove are home to some renowned universities with specialized courses, students flock to these cities to expand the horizons of their career opportunities.Some of the top universities in the city are:

  1. University of Brighton (Grand Parade Campus)
  2. Kings Brighton 
  3. BIMM, Brighton and Hove
  4. University of Brighton
  5. University of Brighton (Moulsecoob Campus)
  6. University of Sussex
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