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Regents Court is one of the most popular student accommodation in Leicester City Centre, providing students with a truly exceptional experience. Present near the Victoria Park, you will find a wide range of stylish studios and two beds apartments on offer; all fully furnished with en-suite studio rooms and fitted kitchens. Pine Mill also offers students some of the largest bedrooms available to rent in Leicester. High-speed Wi-fi throughout the building and all utility bills are included in the rent. Pine Mill has some of the most amazing social spaces including a cinema and games room, private gym and music practice room to balance your social and academic life in the Leicester student housing options. There are also communal study rooms for you to have a group study with your friends, bookable dining rooms and a beautiful urban garden with BBQs.


University of Leicester is at a 2-minute and De Montfort University is also at a nearby distance to the property that makes it a great student housing in Leicester. You will find many Leicester restaurants and bars in this popular area, not very far from Regents Court. Many cities' retail and leisure hubs are near this and another popular road called Tigers Way. Furthermore, you can hop onto the 5-minute reach of the Leicester Train Station and visit nearby areas like Stoneygate or catch a bus from Rail Station Bus Stop which is only a short walk away from the property and Queens Cabs and Taxi Service is also present nearby the student accommodation. 


This property is not only spacious but also perfect for University students. Along with amazing amenities included in the bills, the staff here is very accommodating and helpful. The 24*7 assistance gives you a comfortable student life. Security services and CCTV makes your stay safe and secure. The peaceful surroundings and lively study room helps you in your studies. In all, Pine Mill student housing provides the best accommodation experience, to keep the right balance of study and social life.

distance to

10 minutes walk to University of Leicester.

10 minutes walk to De Montfort University.

10 minutes walk to the train station.

Community Facilities

Bike Storage
24/7 Customer Service
Gym
Study Rooms
Games Room
Cinema Evenings
Great location close to the campus
Car park onsite (contact us for charges)
Intercom entry system and onsite security

Apartment Facilities

Newly refurbished, stylish accommodation
Offers modern, high-quality living
Bills included for peace of mind
Unlimited broadband and WiFi available

Bills Included

water
Unlimited broadband and WiFi
electricity
heating

Safety and Security

Configurations

Six Bed Apartment£99/week/person
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Offers1
Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms6
Bathrooms2

Room Facilities

With bed, wardrobe, desk and chair
Fully furnished

The two shower rooms are furnished with a shower cubicle, WC and wash basin. The two shower rooms are furnished with a shower cubicle, WC and wash basin

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Duration:51 week
Move in:1 Sep, 2021
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Five Bed Apartment£119/week/person
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Offers1
Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms5
Bathrooms2

Room Facilities

With bed, wardrobe, desk and chair

Five bedroom apartments also have an additional WC and wash basin room. The shower room is furnished with a shower cubicle, WC and wash basin

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Duration:44 week
Move in:12 Nov, 2021
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Four Bed Apartment£125/week/person
Sold Out
Offers1
Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms4
Bathrooms1

Room Facilities

Fully furnished
With bed, wardrobe, desk and chair

Shared apartments include a good sized fully furnished bedroom, kitchen and lounge with shared bathroom. The open plan living room with kitchen is furnished dining table and benches, and includes a 4 ring hob, oven, fridge freezer, washer/ dryer and microwave.

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Duration:44 week
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Duration:51 week
Move in:10 Nov, 2021
Sold Out£125/week
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Booking Details

Cancellation Policy:- 


CANCELLATION POLICY RELATING TO BOOKINGS FOR ACADEMIC YEAR 2021/22A: BOOKINGS MADE PRIOR TO 11 February 2021
7-Day Cooling-off Period You can cancel your booking in writing or by sending an email directly to the Property Team within 7 days of accepting your tenancy agreement. If you decide to cancel your accommodation booking within these 7 days you will receive a full refund of your deposit. No fees, no fuss. If you decide to cancel your booking after the 7-day cooling-off period, the below procedures will apply depending on your circumstances:
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Failure to receive grades (all academic years)
  • Failure to obtain visa (all academic years)
  • Studying in an alternative city
  • The pre-sessional English language course required to take up your university place is cancelled
  • Deferment of University entry (all academic years)

If you secure your accommodation and then for the above reasons are no longer able to attend the affiliated University, official written evidence from the relevant University and/or Summer School and/or UCAS and/or VISA authorities/embassy must be sent directly to the Property Team within 3 calendar days of the results or decision being published. If sufficient evidence is provided, you will be eligible for release from the tenancy agreement and the full deposit will be returned.
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Government travel restrictions prevent you from travelling to the UK

If you secure your accommodation and then Government imposed travel restrictions prevent you from travelling to the UK to take up your place at university, official written evidence from the University confirming that you have cancelled your studies and will not be enrolled as a student at the University for the 2021/22 academic year must be sent to the Property Team before the tenancy start date. If sufficient evidence is provided, you will be eligible for release from the tenancy agreement and the full deposit will be returned.
Alternatively, you may request that the start of your tenancy be put back to the first day of the month in which the restrictions are lifted and you are able to travel to the UK. Please submit your request to the Property Team before the tenancy start date. If sufficient evidence is provided, they will change your tenancy start date to the first day of the month in which the travel restrictions are lifted. they will send you written confirmation of your new tenancy start date. they will also apply a credit to your account for the accommodation fees for the period from your original tenancy start date to the new tenancy start date.
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Change of mind
  • Booked different accommodation
  • Accepted onto a placement

If you do not wish to live at property for the above reasons, you will be required to find a replacement person to take over your tenancy. The replacement person must be a student and match the preferences of the accommodation (e.g. female only flat). The replacement person must sign a contract for the entire length of your tenancy agreement and secure this with payment of the deposit. If a replacement person is found, you will be released from your tenancy agreement from the start date of the replacement persons tenancy, and Student Roost will return your deposit in full. Please note that your deposit will be retained and you will remain liable for all accommodation fees until a replacement person is found.
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • You are an existing customer and your course is moved wholly online by the University prior to 1 August 2021

If you are an existing  property  customer with a valid 2020/21 tenancy agreement and you secure your accommodation for the 2021/22 academic year and then the University moves your 2021/22 course fully online with no face-to-face teaching whatsoever, you may be eligible to be released from your tenancy for the 2021/22 academic year. Official written evidence from the University confirming that your studies have been moved wholly online must be sent to the Property Team before 1 August 2021. If sufficient evidence is provided, you will be eligible for release from the 2021/22 tenancy agreement and the full deposit will be returned.
B: BOOKINGS MADE ON OR AFTER 1 AUGUST 2021If you book your accommodation on or after 1 August 2021, your cooling off period will reduce to 24 hours only from point of acceptance. If you cancel your booking within these 24 hours, your full deposit will be returned. Should you wish to cancel after these 24 hours, the procedures detailed in sections A and C of this policy will apply depending on your circumstances.
C: CANCELLATIONS FOLLOWING TENANCY START DATE Should you wish to cancel after your tenancy has started the below procedures will apply depending on your circumstances. The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Failure to make grades required to complete academic year
  • Eviction from University
  • Voluntarily withdrawn from University

If you are unable to continue your studies at university and will no longer be a university student, you may be eligible to be released from your tenancy. Your request to cancel must be submitted directly to the Property Team in writing or via email and be accompanied by evidence of your withdrawal from university and the reasons behind this. If you are granted a tenancy release, your deposit will be returned to you (minus any deductions relating to the condition of the accommodation upon your departure).
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Placement
  • Single Semester Course

If you want to cancel your tenancy due to the above reasons, you will be required to find a replacement person for the remainder of your tenancy period. The replacement person must sign a contract for the remaining length of your tenancy agreement and secure this with payment of the deposit. The replacement person must be a student and match the preferences of the accommodation (e.g. female only flat). If a replacement person is found, you will be released from your tenancy agreement from the start date of the replacement persons tenancy and  property return your deposit (minus any deductions relating to the condition of the accommodation upon your departure). Please note that your deposit will be retained and you will remain liable for all accommodation fees until a replacement person is found.
IllnessIf you wish to leave the accommodation due to illness, this will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. The request to cancel must be made in writing or via email to the Property Team and any documentation supporting the reasons for the request must also be provided. Until a decision has been made, you will remain liable for all accommodation fees. If a tenancy release is not granted, you will be required to find a replacement person before you are released from your tenancy. If you are granted a tenancy release, your deposit will be returned to you (minus any deductions relating to the condition of the accommodation upon your departure).  BOOKINGS MADE PRIOR TO 1 AUGUST 20217-Day Cooling-off Period Failure to make grades require d to complete academic yea mail directly to the Property Team within 7 days of accepting your tenancy agreement. If you decide to cancel your accommodation booking within these 7 days you will receive a full refund of your deposit. No fees, no fuss. If you decide to cancel your booking after the 7-day cooling-off period, the below procedures will apply depending on your circumstances:
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Failure to receive grades (all academic years)
  • Failure to obtain visa (all academic years)
  • Studying in an alternative city
  • The pre-sessional English language course required to take up your university place is cancelled
  • Deferment of University entry (all academic years)

If you secure your accommodation and then for the above reasons are no longer able to attend the affiliated University, official written evidence from the relevant University and/or Summer School and/or UCAS and/or VISA authorities/embassy must be sent directly to the Property Team within 3 calendar days of the results or decision being published. If sufficient evidence is provided, you will be eligible for release from the tenancy agreement and the full deposit will be returned. The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Government travel restrictions prevent you from travelling to the UK

If you secure your accommodation and then Government imposed travel restrictions prevent you from travelling to the UK to take up your place at university, official written evidence from the University confirming that you have cancelled your studies and will not be enrolled as a student at the University for the 2021/22 academic year must be sent to the Property Team before the tenancy start date. If sufficient evidence is provided, you will be eligible for release from the tenancy agreement and the full deposit will be returned. Alternatively, you may request that the start of your tenancy be put back to the first day of the month in which the restrictions are lifted and you are able to travel to the UK. Please submit your request to the Property Team before the tenancy start date. If sufficient evidence is provided, they will change your tenancy start date to the first day of the month in which the travel restrictions are lifted.  they will send you written confirmation of your new tenancy start date.  they will also apply a credit to your account for the accommodation fees for the period from your original tenancy start date to the new tenancy start date.
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Change of mind
  • Booked different accommodation
  • Accepted onto a placement

If you do not wish to live at  property  for the above reasons, you will be required to find a replacement person to take over your tenancy. The replacement person must be a student and match the preferences of the accommodation (e.g. female only flat). The replacement person must sign a contract for the entire length of your tenancy agreement and secure this with payment of the deposit. If a replacement person is found, you will be released from your tenancy agreement from the start date of the replacement persons tenancy, and  property  will return your deposit in full. Please note that your deposit will be retained and you will remain liable for all accommodation fees until a replacement person is found.
1. BOOKINGS MADE ON OR AFTER 1 AUGUST 2021If you book your accommodation on or after 1 August 2021, your cooling off period will reduce to 24 hours only from point of acceptance. If you cancel your booking within these 24 hours, your full deposit will be returned. Should you wish to cancel after these 24 hours, the procedures detailed in sections A and C of this policy will apply depending on your circumstances.
2. CANCELLATIONS FOLLOWING TENANCY START DATES hould you wish to cancel after your tenancy has started the below procedures will apply depending on your circumstances.
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Failure to make grades required to complete academic year
  • Eviction from University
  • Voluntarily withdrawn from University

If you are unable to continue your studies at university and will no longer be a university student, you may be eligible to be released from your tenancy. Your request to cancel must be submitted directly to the Property Team in writing or via email and be accompanied by evidence of your withdrawal from university and the reasons behind this. If you are granted a tenancy release, your deposit will be returned to you (minus any deductions relating to the condition of the accommodation upon your departure).
The following procedure applies to the below:

  • Placement
  • Single Semester Course

If you want to cancel your tenancy due to the above reasons, you will be required to find a replacement person for the remainder of your tenancy period. The replacement person must sign a contract for the remaining length of your tenancy agreement and secure this with payment of the deposit. The replacement person must be a student and match the preferences of the accommodation (e.g. female only flat). If a replacement person is found, you will be released from your tenancy agreement from the start date of the replacement persons tenancy and property  will return your deposit (minus any deductions relating to the condition of the accommodation upon your departure). Please note that your deposit will be retained and you will remain liable for all accommodation fees until a replacement person is found.
Illness 

If you wish to leave the accommodation due to illness, this will be assessed on a case-by-case basis. The request to cancel must be made in writing or via email to the Property Team and any documentation supporting the reasons for the request must also be provided. Until a decision has been made, you will remain liable for all accommodation fees. If a tenancy release is not granted, you will be required to find a replacement person before you are released from your tenancy. If you are granted a tenancy release, your deposit will be returned to you (minus any deductions relating to the condition of the accommodation upon your departure).  

Payment Details

Booking Info:-

Pay advance rent payment to secure a room(If Staying in residence halls) OR

Pay deposit GBP 250 to secure a room.(for private housing)


Payment Info:-

2 installment

4 installment (Minimum 18 years and UK Guarantor)


Frequently Asked Questions

What is a Guarantor?

A guarantor is a family member that lives and works full time , they will need to have their own email address and will sign a contract to agree to pay the rent if you dont.

How do I have to pay to reserve a room?

Once you have moved in, they will be your main point of contact for everything to do with your contract and rent payments. With regard to maintenance of the buildings we work in If you are staying in one of our halls of residence, there is no deposit to pay. However, you will be required to pay a one-off advance rent payment. partnership with the building owners who take care of everything from your post, to security and cleaning.

Who will manage and maintain the property?

 Once you have moved in, Sulets will be your main point of contact for everything to do with your contract and rent payments. With regard to maintenance of the buildings we work in partnership with Student Roost who take care of everything from your post, to security and cleaning. 

Who will pay for utilities?

If you are living in one of our halls of residence then all your bills are taken care of by Sulets this includes broadband and wi-fi.

Can I change my mind having already signed up?

It is worth noting that when you sign up for accommodation with Sulets you will be signing and agreeing to the terms and conditions of a legal contract.

The only way to get out of a contract is to find a suitable person who would be happy to take over the responsibility of the contract and the property. This can take time and isnt always easy so we would highly recommend that you make absolutely sure you are 100% happy to proceed before you commit and sign. There is also a 50 administration charge to consider if you did want to go through this process.

Will my belongings be covered by the Landlords insurance?

If you are living in one of our halls of residence then basic insurance is included free of charge. If you require additional coverage for especially valuable items we suggest you check your policy and the details of what is covered


Can I book a room without a viewing?

Yes, however, on arrival should you wish to change your room, this would be subject to an additional administration cost and availability.

Which cities are you located in?

We are spread across the UK. Visit our locations page to see our property locations.

Can I live with my friends?

As part of our on-line booking you can reserve a whole flat for you and your friends under our Group Booking page. Please follow the instructions when making your booking.

What is the Security Deposit?

The Security Deposit is payable as part of our process to reserve a room. Once this fee is paid, no one else can book that room, provided that you sign and return your documentation within the required timescales. Failure to do this may result in your chosen room being released for re-sale. It is also security against any damage to the accommodation or unpaid rent. The Security Deposit is secured in our chosen government recognised scheme; the Deposit Protection Service (DPS) or Letting Protection Service (LPS) for properties in Scotland only, until the end of your period of stay with us. The amount paid is returned to you via the DPS/LPS at the end of the tenancy subject to any outstanding rent or damage charges. Booking Fee; where this is applicable, is not treated as a Security Deposit and is non-refundable. (Please refer to our cancellation policy).

Do you provide summer accommodation?

We do provide summer accommodation at some of our properties. Please enquire directly with your chosen location or see website for details.

I am a part-time student can I live in Mansion Student Accommodation?

Unfortunately, we can only accept full-time students. An indicator we use is whether the course you are studying makes you exempt from paying Council Tax. We strongly recommend that you check your position with your University or College before you make a booking with us, as you may find yourself liable to Council Tax payments if your course does not qualify you.

What is ANUK?

Mansion Student operates to conform with the ANUK National Code of Standards for Student Accommodation which is designed to regulate and bring large student landlords into line to deliver a distinct set of standards to students. Accreditation schemes are voluntary schemes that good landlords join to demonstrate that they provide good quality accommodation. The National Code of Standards is fully supported by NUS who are a key stakeholder and have representation on the management and complaints procedures of the Code. The Code will act as a student accommodation quality guide and it is recommended that if you have a choice, always rent from a landlord who has joined the Code.

What are the advantages of living in a building covered by the National Code of Standards?

Best practice in day to day management is supported and recognised; Your contract is clearly written, stating what you are paying for and how much your rent is, with reasonable terms and no hidden costs; Your accommodation is fully prepared for you when you arrive to take up residence; Your accommodation meets with a set of nationally recognised standards in respect of service provision, furniture and fittings; All repairs and maintenance are carried out within agreed timescales Your building will meet with required health and safety standards If a deposit is charged, it will be lodged in an appropriate Deposit Scheme and it will be returned to you promptly at the end of the year or you will be given a clear explanation of why a deduction has been made; You will be given information to explain what management routines are followed in the buildings; A set and accountable procedure for dealing with any disputes or complaints will be in operation.

Can I move in without paying my first rent installment?

No. All rent and any other payments due on or before your check in date must be paid. The only time this will not apply is if you have requested and received confirmation that your request to defer your rent payment date has been approved.
E-Check-in We offer an online check-in service and all students who have booked with us will be notified by email when E-check-in is open.
Arrival Please note: Our check-in is not 24-hours and you should always check with your Hospitality Team prior to your arrival to ensure that you can gain access to your accommodation.

Check-in Appointments To ensure that your check-in is quick and simple, it is advisable to contact your Hospitality Team to arrange a check-in appointment prior to your arrival.
Parking for Check-in Where your location has a car park this will be made available for unloading your possessions; however, the length of stay may be restricted in accordance with the number of parking bays available. Your Hospitality Team will advise you. 

Can I move in early?

This may be possible at some location but you should speak to the Hospitality Team at your chosen location in the first instance to discuss you requirements.

What do I need to bring with me on arrival?

Please ensure that all documentation requested by us has been fully signed and returned to us. Ensure that all payments due have been made and that you have provided a copy of your student loan schedule where applicable. Failure to complete and return the necessary documents or payments will inevitably cause you and others delay at Check-in. Please see our useful check list of other things you may wish to bring with you. 

Can I change rooms?

Should you wish to move rooms you must contact the Hospitality Team. They will, wherever possible try and accommodate your requirements. If you have signed your tenancy agreement, a charge of 75.00 will apply and must be paid prior to moving rooms. Please bear in mind that not all requests can be granted.
Moving out When it comes to the moving out dates, Mansion Student will issue you with instructions covering the procedures to follow, arranging a check out inspection and will also advise on how your security deposit will be returned to you if applicable. 

What are the requirements of booking a student housing?

You must be a full-time student to enable you to live with them. To take out a tenancy with them you need to be eligible for council tax exemption. This applies to all full-time students and some part-time students. If youre unsure, your university or college should be able to let you know.

Are pets allowed?

They, unfortunately, do not allow pets of any kind in their properties, except for registered assistance dogs.

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