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Scape Aungier Street
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Scape Aungier Street

Stephen Street Upper, Dublin 8, D08 CH2H, Ireland
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laundry facility
gym
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About the Property

At Scape we do more than just provide accommodation for our students. Our unique events programme sets you off on the right path by helping you form bonds for life and create memories to treasure forever. From wellness-inspired events such as glow yoga, to social events like our Welcome Parties, you'll never be short of things to do here.

Dublin is a vibrant city filled with history. Most famous for its cobbled streets lined with bars and restaurants.


Distance

Travel times:

RCSI: 6 minute walk

Trinity College Dublin: 9 minute walk

University College Dublin: 20 minute cycle



What will you get

Your Rent Include

Water
Heating
WiFi
Electricity

Common Amenities

Communal Kitchen
Gym
Laundry
Cinema Room
TV Room
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

How long is the tenancy agreement?

Property contract lengths are usually for 51 weeks from September, however we may have shorter contract lengths available at certain locations. Please check each location page for 41/42 week contract availability.

Can I get a contract shorter than 51 weeks?

Most of our contracts are for 51 weeks, with 41 weeks available at Wembley and 40 available at Bloomsbury. We do have some rooms available for summer 2019 at our Wembley and Bloomsbury residence with a mixture of rooms available from the 29/06/2019. Occasionally, we might have a room become available across one of our other properties.

Do I have to pay a damage deposit?

Yes, a 250 deposit is payable for each room. The full deposit must be paid by the time you check in and is secured by the Deposit Protection Scheme (DPS). You will receive an email confirmation from DPS when the deposit is registered.

What does my damage deposit cover and when will I get it back?

The damage deposit is registered with the DPS and covers any damage you may cause to your room; this excludes normal wear and tear. It is refundable at the end of your stay with us and usually received within 28 working days as long as there are no damages or outstanding rent. You will receive an email from DPS confirming when your deposit is ready to be return.

Do I have to pay council tax?

Full time students in the UK dont have to pay council tax, however you have to provide us with a certificate to show your status as an exempt student.

Are meals included?

We do not provide meals in any of our locations, however there is a cafe/ restaurant on the ground floor of Scape Mile End called The Kitchen, which offers a range of food and drink for reasonable prices.

Do you allow pets?

No, sorry!

Do I need to be 18 years of age or older?

To stay at all of our properties including The Pad and Podium you will need to be over 18 when you move in.

Do I need to bring any documentation for check-in?

Yes, when you arrive and check in you will be asked to provide photo ID. This can be a driving license, passport or any form of photo ID that shows your full name and date of birth.

What are check-in times?

Providing there are no outstanding fees, check-in times are generally Monday-Sunday 2pm 8pm. If there are any outstanding payments, please try to make these prior to arrival or make sure your arrival is between Monday-Friday 2pm 5pm and you are able to make all the necessary payments before checking in.

How do I check out?

In the week before your contract end date, you will be asked to organize a room inspection for any damages. Once this is done, you just need to return your keys (room, post box and safe box) to reception and we can check you out.

When do I get my deposit back?

This will be returned at the end of your tenancy. Once you have departed the property, your damage deposit will be processed with the DPS who will email you separately about the return of your deposit. We aim to process all deposits within 28 working days.

Can I have guests stay overnight?

You can have overnight guests stay with you as long as it is cleared with Management in advance and your guests are registered with reception when they arrive. You may have a guest stay with you for up to 7 nights, unless otherwise agreed by the Residence Manager.

Is there car parking at Scape?

We have a limited number of car parking spaces available at The Pad and Podium which cost 510 GBP per year. For all other sites, there is no car parking available but we are very accessible and close to lots of public transport links.

Is it a safe area?

London is a major city, and we do advise students to follow general safety precautions. That aside, all our buildings are equipped with 24 hour security and reception, CCTV and key fob entry which allows students into the building at night, their corridor and then their room. Guildford and Brighton is a smaller place although you should still follow the same advice.

Can I bring my bicycle?

Yes, we offer bicycle storage at each of our locations.

Can I book a viewing?

Yes. You can book a tour by visiting. Please make sure you receive a tour confirmation before turning up.

Can I move in later than my start date?

Yes. You can move in on the day your contract starts or any day after the start of your contract, we just ask that you select your arrival date on your online portal and let us know if anything changes

Can I move in before my start date?

Unfortunately, it is not possible to move in earlier. But in exceptional circumstances we may be able to sort something out, please contact us and we can always look into this for you.

Can I live near my friend?

That shouldn’t be a problem, but this will depend on availability. Please contact directly before making a booking.

Can I get a copy of my contract?

A copy of your contract can be found within your online portal in the my Documents section.

I am on a waiting list, how likely is it that I will get a room?

Joining our waiting list does not guarantee a room. If a student cancels and a room becomes available, we will then inform everyone that is on the waiting list. Bookings are made on a first come first served basis.

Can I share a room at property?

Most Scape rooms are for single occupancy only. Although some of our larger studios are available to couples, as long as you are both full time students you just need to contact our team to arrange this. Please note when booking a dual occupancy room you will be charged an additional £30 per week.

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