The Project at Hoxton is a tastefully furnished student accommodation ideal for overseas students. It is well-designed, keeping all the requirements of a university student in mind. London's top universities are at walking distance for the convenience of students. Those who are studying at Kingston University or Kingston College, London School of Economics, University of London will find comfort to know that the property is only a few steps away, making it easy to attend early lectures on time!


Those of you who are eager to explore the city and make new friends apart from focusing on their studies are in luck, as various public transports and entertainment options are surrounding the accommodation. It offers a wide range of student living to suit all tastes and budgets. Accommodation is split between standard studio apartments, larger more spacious studio apartments and cluster flats offering sociable yet secure student living for groups of 2, 5, 6 or 9 people.      


The place is buzzing with nightlife and great food, which makes it perfect for those looking to balance their academic and social life. The communal atmosphere encourages you to unwind connect with other residents. You may even explore the many shops, boutiques, and artisan restaurants located nearby. Those who enjoy a fun night out in London can check out student nights at the crowd-favourite Pryzm. Enjoy your peaceful mornings on the landscaped roof terrace definitely worthy of an Instagram post.

Apartment Facilities

Secure key-fob access
Air conditioning
High-speed internet
Blackout blinds
Storage space
All bills included
Contents insurance

Community Facilities

On-site maintenance
24/7 Security
Bike store
High-speed internet
Mail service

Configurations

2-Bed Apartment£294/week
Private Room
Shared Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms2
Bathrooms1
Area30 sqm
Deposit£300

Over 30m in size, these apartments comprise two private double bedrooms and study spaces with a shared open-plan kitchen and ensuite bathroom. Featuring a soothing natural palette and warm timber accents, they are designed to nurture wellbeing and calm.

Shared Apartment (Grass or Lime)£213/week
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Shared Bathroom
Shared Room
Shared Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Area20 sqm
Deposit£300

Designed with natural materials and decorated in calming greens, 20m+ Shared Studios include two double beds, separate workspaces, ample storage space, and a shared ensuite and open-plan kitchen area.

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Studio or Studio Apricot£309/week
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Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Area16 - 17 sqm
Deposit£300

Ranging from 1617+ m, studios are light, bright and calming places to call home, designed in consultation with psychologists and student groups to provide optimal environments to live and learn. Adaptable and accessible studios are available for students who need them.

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Terrace Studio£345/week
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Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Deposit£300

Each with its own rooftop terrace overlooking London, these studios are fresh, modern spaces styled to bring the serenity of nature into the urban setting. These bright and breezy rooms are decorated with soothing greens, timber accents and neutral tones, and include generous kitchen areas, modern ensuites and a double bedroom/study.

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Studio+£360/week
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Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Bedrooms1
Bathrooms1
Area31 sqm
Deposit£300

Living space is a luxury in London, and these generously sized studios offer up to 31m+ of it. With a double bedroom and study area, intelligent storage solutions, a kitchen and ensuite shower room, they combine the height of practicality with wellbeing-focused design thinking.

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Booking Details

Cancellation Policy

You may cancel the tenancy agreement that you have entered into with the property Management group by giving them written notice of your intention to cancel on the following basis: 

(b) If your notice of cancellation is received by them 72 hours after you have submitted an application form on or before 31stJuly 2019 and the period of the tenancy has not commenced, you may cancel your booking by writing to us provided that they will be entitled to retain 100 of the total initial rental payment; or 

(c) If your notice of cancellation is received on or after the 1st August 2019, they will not accept a cancellation/surrender of your tenancy agreement for the Room until a replacement tenant is found for the Room. We shall endeavour to re-let the Room however cannot guarantee that they will be able to do so. 

You will remain liable to pay the rent for the Room and all other charges and costs under your tenancy agreement for the period to the date that a replacement tenancy for the Room commences. They reserve the right to charge you a fee in the sum of 100 as a contribution towards our administration costs incurred in dealing with the surrender of the tenancy agreement and the sourcing of a new tenant. If a replacement tenant is found for the Room they will release you from your tenancy agreement with effect from the date that the new tenancy agreement for the Room begins. 

In the event you fail to honour your contractual obligations in relation to the payment of rent on the due dates before occupation of the Room, they may cancel your tenancy agreement by giving you notice in writing of cancellation; in the circumstances they will not repay any advanced payments made by you to the property. In the event that property management group cancel the tenancy agreement at any time before occupation of the Room by you, they shall give you as much advanced written notice as they can in the circumstances and will repay the initial rental payment to you and any other fees that they have taken from you in connection with the tenancy. 

Payment Details

Rent Payments:

Pay in Full 3% discount

2/3/4 instalments, due on 1 August 2017; 15 January 2018 and 9 April 2018

Monthly payments (when a student uses Housing Hand as the guarantor service), with 1st instalment due on 1st August and then every month thereafter.

Mode of Payment:

Pay using a debit/credit card online, over the phone or at the reception

Pay via direct debit or bank transfer

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to be a student to live at The Project?

Yes. You need to be eligible for council tax exemption, which applies to all full-time students and some part-time students. If youre unsure, your university or college will be able to confirm.

Do I need to take out contents insurance?

No. Contents insurance is included in your rent. The Project works in partnership with leading student insurance provider Endsleigh to offer cover for the belongings you keep in your room (and will share you details with Endsleigh for this purpose). You dont need to do anything to activate your cover, but do ensure that you fully understand the protection provided and whether it is sufficient for your needs. You can find out more about the level of cover provided here.

Can I connect to the internet?

Yes. Superfast 100Mb broadband and WiFi are available throughout the building.

Do I need to move out during the holidays?

No, your room is yours throughout your contract period. That means that you dont have the hassle of moving your belongings out over Christmas or Easter and you can stay over these holidays if you like. If you want to stay over the summer break too, thats easy to arrange, but be sure to book early.

Do you have staff on site?

Yes. The Project at Hoxton has an on-site team to ensure your needs are met and to respond to any issues as and when they arise. The management office is open Monday to Friday, and can answer any questions, deal with problems, offer advice and ensure a friendly face is there to greet you each day. There are also caretakers available around the clock to resolve any maintenance issues quickly and efficiently, as well as a 24/7 security team. All staff are CRB-checked.
Most students settle into living away from home quickly, but we understand it can take a little longer for some. So, although our tenancy agreement limits the extent to which we can get involved, our people are trained to offer advice that helps residents to overcome a range of issues.  

When is the management office open?

The management office is open Monday to Friday each week, from 9am to 6pm Monday to Thursday and 9am to 5pm Friday.

How safe is The Project?

We take safety seriously. The Project has security staff on site 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to ensure help is always at hand. Electronic door-entry systems, intercoms and CCTV ensure that all residents benefit from a high standard of security and the safest possible environment.

What happens if I have a maintenance problem?

The Projects caretaker team will respond to maintenance issues quickly, completing the repair during the first visit whenever possible. On occasions where parts need to be ordered or external contractors arranged, youll be kept updated on progress. You can also report maintenance concerns, upload images and receive updates via The Project at Hoxton app.

What does 'fully furnished kitchen mean?

Each Studio and Apartment includes a cooker, hob, kettle, toaster and microwave, as well as cutlery, crockery and cooking utensils.

How do I know that The Project at Hoxton is a good landlord?

The Project at Hoxton is managed by student-accommodation specialist Host, which adheres to the principles outlined in the ANUK Code of Standards. Fully supported by NUS, the National Code is voluntary and aimed at both educational establishments and private-sector suppliers. Those who join make a commitment to provide students with a first-class housing service and agree to provide information, reassurance and a clear procedure if a dispute occurs.
Living in a building covered by the Code means:
Best practice 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 should be fully prepared for you when you arrive to take up residence. Your accommodation meets with a set of nationally recognised standards in respect to services, furniture and fittings. Repairs and maintenance are carried out within agreed timescales. Your building will meet with, and exceed, the required health and safety standards. You will be given information to explain what management routines are followed in the buildings. Theres a set and accountable procedure for dealing with any disputes or complaints.  

How can I make a booking?

You can book directly with The Project using our online booking service. In order for a direct booking to be confirmed, all required documents must be returned including a guarantor agreement, tenancy agreement, initial rent payment and provision for your rent payments. Any incomplete or incorrect applications will not be accepted. A booking will only be confirmed by The Project once all the necessary documentation has been supplied.

Do I have to pay a deposit?

No. Any payment you make upon booking is part of your rental payment. 

What are the Terms and Conditions of staying at The Project?

All rooms that are let directly to students are done so using an assured shorthold tenancy agreement. These agreements outline what is expected of the resident and, in turn, The Project at Hoxtons (and its management company Hosts) obligations as a landlord.

The agreements are legally binding documents and should be read carefully. Once signed, they are for a fixed term and should the resident wish to move out of the accommodation before the end date, they will remain liable for the full rent until the end of the contracted period and are responsible for the condition of the property regardless of whether they are staying in the building or not. 

What does being a guarantor mean?

All students who wish to take advantage of The Projects rent-instalment plan are required to provide a UK guarantor (excludes the Isle of Man and Channel Islands).

By agreeing to be a guarantor, you are signing a legal document stating that you agree to pay the rent and guarantee the behaviour of the resident if they default. Please do not sign this agreement if you do not wish to take on this responsibility. Any student who does not have a UK guarantor will be required to pay the full years rent upon application.  

When do I pay my rent?

Our rent dates and amounts are set out clearly on the website and within our application literature. Please note: your rent may be due before the contract begins and that the dates may not coincide with student loan dates. This should be taken into consideration when planning your accommodation as late payments may be subject to interest charges and, in some cases, legal action against the resident and their guarantor.

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