The Old Chapel, Huddersfield

Cross Ln, Huddersfield, HD4 6DL, United Kingdom
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0.9 mi from City Center
0.9 mi from City Center( 20m. 18m. 9m)
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city center | 0.7 mi
University of Huddersfield | 0.6 mi
University of Bradford | 10.8 mi
Bradford College | 10.8 mi
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About the Property

For those seeking The Old Chapel Huddersfield student accommodation, Cross Ln, Huddersfield, HD4 6DL, is an exceptional choice due to its popularity and prime location. Offering a variety of room types, including Premier Luxe En-Suite, Deluxe En-Suite, Classic En-Suite, and Classic Bedrooms, students are provided with the luxury of fully furnished spaces coupled with WiFi and other essential amenities. Proximity to extensive educational institutions such as the University of Huddersfield, University of Bradford, and Manchester Metropolitan University makes The Old Chapel Huddersfield stand out for convenience and ease of access.

Huddersfield, with its rich history and vibrant student community, is an excellent location for domestic and international students alike. The Old Chapel Huddersfield accommodation stands in a city recognised for its highly-ranked universities, including the University of Huddersfield, which is just a short distance away. With a significant student population, the city pulses with a youthful energy, offering myriad cultural, social, and educational opportunities. From the historic Castle Hill to the bustling city centre, Huddersfield is known for balancing urban living with picturesque landscapes. The town features a mix of historic and modern architecture. Notable landmarks include the Huddersfield Railway Station, known for its Victorian design, and the Victoria Tower on Castle Hill, offering panoramic views of the area. Huddersfield is surrounded by beautiful countryside, including the Peak District National Park to the south and the Yorkshire Dales National Park to the north. This proximity to natural landscapes offers residents and visitors opportunities for outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, and exploring scenic areas. The Old Chapel Huddersfield provided by Cloudhomes ensures that students can enjoy the best of both worlds – top-class education and enriching social life. Boasting various room options and amenities, The Old Chapel Huddersfield is not only a place to stay but a vibrant community to be a part of.

Features

For students in search of a distinctive living experience in Huddersfield, The Old Chapel Huddersfield is the ideal choice. It boasts a variety of room types, each with its own unique charm. From the chic Premier Luxe En-Suite to the cosy Classic Bedroom, there's something to suit every taste. And for those who crave a touch of luxury, the exclusive Premier En-Suite is available. At The Old Chapel Huddersfield, we understand the importance of convenience in student life. That's why every room is fully furnished with essential amenities such as a cooker, fridge, freezer, microwave, and washing machine. This ensures that students can manage their meals and laundry with ease. Each room also comes with a cosy bed, desk and chair, creating a conducive environment for studying and completing coursework.

Old Chapel Huddersfield features modern conveniences such as central heating, WiFi connectivity, and air conditioning, ensuring a comfortable environment throughout the year. Many residences provide communal spaces like common rooms and games rooms where students can socialises and relax. Bike storage facilities are often available for those who prefer cycling as a mode of transport. Self-catered options allow students to prepare their meals, while laundry rooms equipped with tumble dryers make laundry tasks convenient. For those with vehicles, parking facilities are usually provided. Communal TVs are available for entertainment. Each student's privacy and security are prioritised with lockable bedrooms and CCTV surveillance for added peace of mind.

Location and What's Hot?

For students looking for a vibrant and convenient place to live while pursuing their studies, The Old Chapel Huddersfield stands out as an ideal choice. Situated in the heart of Huddersfield, this student accommodation in Huddersfield is just outside your door from all the student essentials and local hotspots. The Old Chapel Huddersfield is near numerous academic institutions, including the University of Huddersfield and Leeds Beckett University. Of course, many more, like Bradford College, are easily accessible, making it a commendable choice for students from various universities.

Grab your morning caffeine fix from the ever-popular Northern Tea House and The Scar Cafe, or enjoy an eclectic menu at Santino's Pizza, which offers delightful pizzas. For those late-night study sessions, a quick visit to Aspley Table for comfort food is a must. When it's time to unwind, the surrounding area does not disappoint. Students can relax at the tranquil Greenhead Park or explore the historical wonders at the Kirklees Light Railway and Castle Hill. For your daily needs, supermarkets like Tesco Express and Sainsbury's are conveniently located. Should you ever need medical attention, the Acre Street Surgery and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary are within reach to ensure your well-being. For a night out with new friends, places like The Warehouse and Magic Rock Tap offer a range of craft beers and cocktails. Fancy some live entertainment? The Lawrence Batley Theatre presents an array of shows to keep you entertained throughout the year. And let's not forget about the proximity to some of the UK's most prestigious universities. Ultimately, The Old Chapel Huddersfield encompasses all the aspects of a convenient and stimulating student life. From the nearby gastronomical delights to the education powerhouses, this place has it all, making it the ideal spot for students.

Commute

The convenience of reaching educational institutions from The Old Chapel Huddersfield is remarkable. Situated in the bustling hub of Huddersfield, residents have a plethora of public transport options close at hand. Cross Lane Primrose Hill Rd and Cross Lane Cricket Ground are the nearest bus stops. Lockwood is the nearest tram and metro link. The strategic placement of The Old Chapel Huddersfield student accommodation guarantees a well-connected living experience that enables students to balance their academic and social lives effortlessly.

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Frequently Asked Questions

When am I due to checkout?


Your latest check out date is the end date of your tenancy. You are able to leave prior to your tenancy end date, you will just need to sign at Reception to inform the onsite property team that you have left and do not intend on returning.

What do I need to do to check out?


You will need to ensure that your room (and kitchen) is left clean, tidy and free of waste. All of your items need to be removed, with the room left in the same condition that you found it
You simply then will need to sign at Reception to say that you have left

What is the latest time for my check out?


You will need to check with the onsite team in advance of your checkout, usually the check out time is 14:00

What happens if I left something in my room after I have checked out?


Once you have left your room and checked out you should have taken all of your items with you, therefore all the items left behind are disposed of without liability. You must ensure that all of your items are taken with you.

When will I get my deposit back?


Your deposit will be returned to you within 30 days of the end of your tenancy, if there are any deductions then you will be alerted to this. You will be contacted by the DPS to arrange the return.

What happens after I have checked out?


Following your departure the onsite team will conduct an inspection of your room and communal areas, they will check this against the check in inspection (and inventory form completed). If there are any issues or damages then they will then contact you with information on damages and charges.

Can you store my luggage for me once I have left?


No. they are not able to store any items following your departure so you will need to take them all with you, or organise for a storage company to assist

Can I leave my items in my room if I have rebooked for next year?


If you have rebooked for next year however your current tenancy ends before the beginning of your next tenancy, then you will need to speak to the onsite team to have a summer short stay tenancy to fill in this gap.

I forgot to add something onto my inventory form, will I be charged?


Yes most likely you will be, the inventory form is sent out so that you can add any issues when you move in. The onsite team also do a full inspection of the rooms prior to your arrival.
Please do speak to your onsite team if you have any questions

An item in the kitchen has been broken, will I be charged for it?


The proeprty does charge for damages in the rooms and communal areas. In the kitchen this is a shared space with shared responsibilities and unless one person takes full responsibility (and therefore the full charge), then this will be split between all people in the cluster.

What happens if I don’t pay my rent?


You are required to pay your rent in line with your tenancy agreement, however if your student finance does not align with your 4 instalment option, then please contact your accommodation team directly who will be able to assist you further.
If you do not pay your rent, then the management follows a 3 stage debt process*, therefore they recommend that you speak to your accommodation team in the first instance if you are having any financial issues before these proceedings begin. Your University does also have financial aid for students experiencing financial difficulty and it would be advisable to speak to them directly.
*The property management 3 stage Debt Process includes (but is not limited to); contact with your guarantor, legal proceedings against you and your guarantor, CCJ’s, adverse credit and finally Section 8 Notice leading to eviction.

When will the onsite team need access to my room / kitchen?


When access is required the onsite property team will give you prior notice.
Regular maintenance and health and safety checks are required throughout the building, if regular access is required to your communal areas then you will be informed either in your welcome pack or on the noticeboard in your kitchen

When are the room inspections?


As a part of your tenancy you will have inspections 3 / 4 times a year, these are organised by the onsite team who will give you prior notice.

My room does not look exactly like the website – can I move?


All of the images on our website show the representation of the rooms and room types in the accommodation, and are for marketing purposes only. Your room will have the same fixtures, fittings and equipment although it may be in a slightly different set up or layout.

Can I have friends stay over with me overnight?


With the property management you truly are home, therefore your guests are more than welcome to stay over with you. They would ask that you let both the onsite team know, and also take into consideration your flatmates. Guests are able to stay for a maximum of 3 nights, for further information please speak to your accommodation team.
You are solely responsible for your guests, and you would be liable if they cause any complaints or damage.

Do I have to be there when my post is delivered?


Our team are more than happy to assist you with this, you will need to agree to us signing for your post when arriving. They will take in your parcels, store them safely and let you know when you have an item to collect – they will be using Parcel Tracker to log and inform you of your parcel arriving – here they are able to ensure your parcel is carbon neutral for the ‘last leg’ of its journey
They can only hold your parcels for 14 days before they must return them, as they have very limited space to store items

How do I have my post delivered?


You will need to ensure that your post is labelled correctly;
YOUR NAME, YOUR ROOM
ACCOMMODATION NAME
1ST LINE OF ADDRESS
CITY
POSTCODE
This information is available from your tenancy agreement, or in your welcome pack

How do I report a maintenance issue in my room?


Within 7 days of your arrival you will be sent an inventory form to complete, any issues that you may find can be reported on this to the property staff – they can then look into getting these issues rectified for you.
If you have any issues during the year, then you can log these via the StuRents App, this lets the property team know about any issues – please remember they will need access permission to get this sorted for you!
Maintenance issues will be completed;
Priority One– Emergency repairs – are completed, and or made safe, within 24 hours of a report of a defect
Priority Two– Urgent Repairs – are completed within five working days of report of the defect
Priority Three– Non-Urgent Repairs – are completed within 28 days of a report of a defect

When can I check into my room?


Your room is cleaned, prepared and ready for you from the start of your tenancy with us. You do not have to check in on the start date of your tenancy agreement, but your room and the team will be there to help you!

What do I need to do to check in?


Once your tenancy has been completed and co-signed you will be looking to move to the next step – moving in! you will need to ensure that your first instalment (or full payment if you are paying upfront), and deposit is paid before you will be able to check in. You will need to bring your ID with you too!

Can someone else check in for me?


No. You have to be able to present your ID and sign for your key yourself, even if you are going to be late you need to be present to check in

What is included in my room?


They provide all the basic furniture that you will need for your stay with us, including bed, desk, wardrobe etc. They do not provide bedding, linen or kitchen items – if this is something that you are wanting us to organise for you for your arrival, you will need to contact us directly a minimum of 28 days prior to your arrival (additional costs apply).

Do I need to let you know when I am checking in?


You will be sent an email from your property team asking for this information, this is so they can prepare for your arrival and have someone available to check you in faster after your journey – they do recommend that you let us know

Can you store my luggage before I arrive?


They are not able to store any items prior to your arrival as they will be in the process of getting your room ready for you! – you can always organise a store service who can store and deliver any items to the property on your behalf.

When do I provide my Council Tax Exemption Certificate?


When you have registered for your course at your chosen University you will need to speak to your ‘Student Services’ team to get your ‘Council Tax Exemption Certificate’. This should be presented to your accommodation team within 7 days of your registration, without this you will be liable for your Council Tax payments.

Can I pay by bank transfer?


If you are an international student and unable to pay via Direct Debit or card then they are able to offer the option of a bank transfer. Please note that many banks charge a ‘transfer fee’, and you will need to ensure that the money sent will need to cover both the fee and the full rental payment. This can be completed via StuRents on request.
If you are wishing to pay via bank transfer you will need to contact your onsite team.

Can I pay in instalments?


If you have a UK guarantor then you are able to choose between 4 or 9 instalments, if you do not have a guarantor then you will need to pay in full and prior to your arrival

How do I sign my tenancy?


The tenancy agreements are sent out to you via our tenancy portal StuRents. You will be emailed with a link to your agreement where you will be asked to upload your ID (passport) and student ID (this can be your offer letter), pay your deposit, and then simply sign!

Arrival Packs?


They do not provide additional items for rooms or kitchens, however if you are wanting to organise for items to be delivered and ready for you at your accommodation then UniKitOut would be able to assist you to view your options

What Utilities are included in my AST?


Please see your AST for full details – a reasonable usage of gas, water, electricity and internet are included in your rental payments. Please note that unreasonable or excessive usage of such services can and will be recharged to the tenant.
A TV license is also required to be provided by the tenant for any personal use, the property management provides the communal area license.

Am I Liable to pay Council Tax? My contract does not include it

As a full time student, you are considered as exempt by the local Councils – however as with all residential properties this must be proven once you have registered at your chosen University. When you have registered your course you will need to liaise with your ‘Student Services’ team to get your ‘Council Tax Exemption Certificate’ whichmustbe presented to your accommodation team. Without proof of Council Tax exemption you will be liable to pay in full

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Student Accomodations in Huddersfield

Huddersfield Student Accommodation

Although it can be time-consuming, locating suitable Huddersfield student accommodation is not difficult at all. Amber offers plenty of affordable, comfortable, convenient Huddersfield student accommodation, all at fair prices. Prestigious institutions, including the University of Huddersfield, the University of Bradford, Bradford College, and many more, are close to student houses in Huddersfield. You'll find many types of student accommodation in Huddersfield, from expensive to affordable. In this town, every student hostel is designed keeping students' needs in mind. Private halls of residence, public living halls, and private rooms comprise the remainder of Huddersfield student accommodation. Studios, shared apartments, and comfortable, lavish, cost-effective en suites that include all utilities are what make up the majority of private Huddersfield student accommodations. Students in Huddersfield searching for short-term rentals also have accommodation alternatives. Compared to other cities in the United Kingdom, this city makes it simpler to reserve short-term accommodation. Some of the most famous accommodation options in Huddersfield are iQ Aspley House, iQ Little Aspley House, iQ Castings, and Saw Mill.

About Huddersfield

Huddersfield is a well-known, large market town in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees. This town was a central mill town in the Industrial Revolution. The city has the University of Huddersfield and three colleges: Kirklees College, Greenhead College, and Huddersfield New College. The town combines the Holme and River Colne's short valleys south of the town centre. This city lies in the South Pennines' moorlands, which merge into the eastern foothills of the Pennines east of the town. Although they are primarily semi-rural, neighbouring wards in the Colne Valley, Holme Valley, and Kirkburton are frequently considered part of the town. Compared to other cities of its size, the city boasts a large and varied retail shopping sector surrounded by the town's ring road. Kingsgate, The Packhorse Precinct, and The Piazza Centre are the three shopping districts.

The town is known for its role in the Industrial Revolution, the creation of rugby league, the birthplace of Labour Prime Minister Harold Wilson, and the birthplace of actor James Mason. Victorian-era architecture may be found throughout the town. There is basically no end to the things to do in Huddersfield if you are a student!

Best Student Accommodations in Huddersfield

With many famous universities, many students flock to the city to pursue their dreams and careers. Finding the best Huddersfield student accommodations can become a daunting task for many. Amber helps you find the best student accommodation in Huddersfield in three easy steps: pick, book, and pay. We make the tiresome and lengthy process of booking student accommodation as easy as pie. Amber offers purpose-built studios, flats, and other affordable student accommodation in Huddersfield. When planning to move to Huddersfield, students should look at the localities next to their university. Students can easily do this using the sorting feature. Although everyone's needs and wants differ, they should look at crucial variables like the cost of living, similarity with the neighbourhood, and commuting. Many students prefer to live in student-friendly neighbourhoods; hence, we have listed the best Huddersfield student accommodations that you should look at.

1. iQ Aspley House

2. iQ Little Aspley House

3. iQ Castings

4. Saw Mill.

5. Snow Island

6. Courtyard Block B

7. Courtyard Block C

8. Courtyard Block A

9. Storthes Hall Park

10. 42 Bankfield Road

Cost of Living In Huddersfield

An individual typically spends around £175 per month, which is considered relatively reasonable compared to other regions. This budget will cover your grocery store needs, including fruit, vegetables, dairy goods, and water. After a few weeks of living in the city, you'll start to understand the ins and outs of goods' costs and develop budgeting skills. Students are recommended to have a budget of £300-650/month.

1. Food: £30-50 /month

2. Gas and Electricity: £100-130 /month

3. Internet and Mobile Phone: £25-40 /month

4. Dinner at a Restaurant: £50-100 /week

5. Laundry: £30-70 /month

6. Stationery and Textbooks: £20-40 /month

7. Clothing: £30-70 /month

8. Travel (Buses, Trams, and Trains): £10-70 /month

Student Travel Huddersfield

You can get a cheap bus pass that reduces your ticket to just £1 for each trip if you travel frequently by bus. Most universities are close to the city's train station, which offers frequent service to nearby big cities like Leeds and Manchester. These public transport links are close to various Huddersfield student accommodations.

1. Bus

The Huddersfield bus station is conveniently reachable on foot from any student accommodation in Huddersfield. Bus companies in this town represent the situation nationwide; the majority of services are offered by three major national bus companies' local affiliates in the region. The majority of local services in Huddersfield are provided by First Calderdale & Huddersfield. The Free Town Bus, a zero-fee town centre bus service, was introduced in November 2006 and is operated by K-Line in collaboration with Kirklees Council and Metro. Express coach service is provided to the city by The National Express from around the nation. They assist at the central bus station. Every day, the Megabus Plus connects the city and London.

2. Trains

The city's local and regional rail network is vast, but there is no direct service to London; instead, travellers must change trains in Manchester Piccadilly, Leeds, Wakefield Westgate, or Mirfield. Local stopping services run by Northern connect Wakefield Kirkgate, Brighouse, Dewsbury, Halifax, Leeds, Bradford Interchange, and Huddersfield with Barnsley, Bradford Interchange, and Brighouse.

3. Taxi

Taxis are the most efficient mode of transport to travel around the city. You have the liberty of fetching a cab or booking a taxi through applications like Uber. Additionally, you get privacy and reach your destination on time. But keep in mind that will all these perks, it also isn't cost-efficient. However, these come right at the foot of your Huddersfield student accommodation!

Student Lifestyle And Living In Huddersfield

The lovely Victorian-era Byram Arcade is located in the heart of the city and houses a wide selection of independent shops and clothing from regional fashion designers. There are basketball and lawn tennis facilities, a duck pond, and lots of grass, perfect for lazy days in the sun. Due to its potential for quietness, the city is a desirable location for student housing in Huddersfield. Cross-country routes abound, there are plenty of woods to navigate, and on some evenings, even the city centre is peaceful. If you like serene and quieter places, this town is bordered by them. The city will claim to be very well connected to locations like Manchester or Leeds. You can, of course, take trains to other, more significant places like London.

Northern England's thriving town is home to a sizable community of international students living in the student houses in Huddersfield. The Students Union in this city has a variety of societies where students may get together and celebrate their cultural and national identities. Some well-established organisations at The University of Huddersfield include the Indian Society, Chinese Society, and African Caribbean Society. The largest Freshers Week competition in town, Hud Crawl, pits students against bars and clubs. Street food, drinks, and video games are all combined at Carousel in the city. The Lawrence Batley Theatre and Odeon Cinema both have live performances and late-night box office movies that you may watch with friends, in addition to the student-friendly audience that the nightlife in the city attracts.

Tourist Attractions In Huddersfield

The city is home to various quaint places like rivers, castles, and trails. It is fascinating and draws a sizable crowd of tourists due to the historical palaces, green spaces, and customs. Students are drawn to the city by the hubs, pubs, cafes, leisure spots, parks, and student-friendly clubs draw students. The best part is these places can easily be reached from the many Huddersfield student accommodations using public transport. Several well-liked attractions include

1. Greenhead Park

2. Castle Hill

3. Beaumont Park

4. Tolson Memorial Museum

5. Huddersfield Town Hall

6. Huddersfield Art Gallery

7. Colne Valley Museum

8. Pigs In The Wood

Universities in Huddersfield

The main aim of students coming to Huddersfield is they get a top-class education from the world's most prestigious universities. Studies and the university lifestyle and opportunities they provide attract students the most. Some esteemed universities to aim for near your student accommodation in Huddersfield are listed below.

1. University of Huddersfield 

2. Kirklees College

3. Huddersfield New College

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