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Triangle, Leeds
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Triangle, Leeds

Burley Rd, Leeds, LS3 1DH, United Kingdom
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About the Property

Triangle is one of the most popular student accommodations in Leedsproviding students with a truly exceptional experience. Triangle Leeds offers a wide range of en-suite bedrooms in shared student apartments as well as independent student rooms. Leeds Metropolitan University is at a 10-minute distance and the University of Law is also nearby to the property that makes it a great student housing in Leeds.


Triangle Leeds offers a wide range of en-suite bedrooms in shared student flats and single student rooms. Triangle offers premium accommodations with bigger bedrooms and bathrooms to students who seek more space. There are also a variety of on-site amenities, such as social centers, parking, high-speed free wifi throughout the building, and a 24-hour laundry facility.

Location and What's Hot?

This homely accommodation is located on Burley Road, a short distance from Leeds City Centre. It is surrounded by a variety of intriguing and dynamic areas, such as eateries, entertainment venues, and other points of interest. Lupe's Cantina Mexicana, which serves authentic Mexican dishes in a casual environment, is 10 minutes away from the building and serves great tacos. Poco Sicilian Street Food is another local restaurant that serves Italian meals such as pasta and pizza in an open-air setting. If you enjoy Thai cuisine, My Thai cafe is just a short walk from the building and serves Thai cuisine in a modern setting.


Even those who are unfamiliar with the city will be able to find their way about thanks to good transport links. A 2-minute walk will get you to the nearest bus stop, and an 8-minute walk will get you to the Burley Park railway station.

What will you get

Bills Included


Common Amenities

Widescreen TV
Fast Wi-Fi with 300Mb broadband internet
Close to Universities
Fully Furnished
Coffee table
Comfy sofas

Cancellation Policies (2)

  • Cooling off period
    Free booking cancellation in stipulated time
  • Cancellation others
    General cancellation policies & notes

Payment Policies (4)

  • Booking deposit
    Secure booking with this amount
  • Payment instalment plan
    Flexible payment terms
  • Mode of payment
    Payment via easy transaction modes.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you do viewings on Saturdays?

Yes they are open for viewings on Saturdays from 10am to 5pm.

Can I get my own furniture?

Yes - however please ensure it complies with up-to-date fire and safety regulations. Please make sure you arrange your own storage for Rentinc's furniture and remove any personal items before you leave.

What association do Rentinc have with the Student Loans Company?

Although the majority of their lets are to students they are a private company with no official affiliation to the SLC.

Are bills included in the rent?

It depends on the property type. Most of their properties are offered as All-inc which means that bills are included, however some are non-inc, where no bills are included in the rent; the bills in this case are the tenant's responsibility.
The status of the property regarding bills is clearly indicated next to the rent amount on every property listing.
With All-inc tenancies, the rent includes gas, electricity, water rates, internet and contents insurance, however these are subject to fair usage and any excess will be charged to the tenants.

Do you have any "student halls" type of accommodation?

Yes they do have some ‘student halls’ type accommodation though these are for smaller bed properties. Please enquiry for further information.

Is there a deposit?

Yes - all properties require a minimum £100 deposit per person. However some properties may require a larger deposit.

How long are the tenancy agreements for?

Normally 12 months but this depends on the property.

In 2 or more bedroom properties, can more than one person live in the same room?

No, the price is per person in relation to the number of bedrooms in the house.

How long in advance do they need to book if they want to look at some houses?

They need 24 hours to inform current tenants of viewings on properties. To arrange a viewing either call into the office, phone them on.

Do they meet you at the property or do they need to come to the office?

Whatever suits you! You can either to come to the office prior to the viewing and They will take you, or you can meet them at the property.

Do you have any houses where I can just rent one room?

Yes they have individuals rooms to let within shared student houses. In these you will have your own room, but will share communal facilities.

Are pets allowed?

Unfortunately not.

Do you provide kitchen utensils or do they need to bring our own?

Their properties are fully furnished, but they do not provide items such as kitchen utensils and bedding, therefore you will need to bring these with you when you move in.

Is the internet installed?

They have installed Virgin Media business broadband in our ALL INC properties.

Do you offer a Summer discount?

They do offer a summer discount on selected properties. Contact them to find out what they have on offer.

Are all properties furnished?

Yes, all properties come furnished including kitchen appliances.

Are there any administration fees?

Fees in lettings process:
Fees you may be liable for during the tenancy.
Property do not charge tenancy signing fees or upfront administration fees for letting properties.
In some circumstances, a reasonable charge may be payable to cover actual costs incurred by the landlord or the agency:
1) If the tenant requests the Landlord or Agent to visit the Property because the Tenant has lost any keys/access and cannot get into the property or is otherwise locked there will be a maximum of £35 (inc VAT) or the actual cost of the “out of hours” service invoice payable.
2) To reset any alarm (unless due to the fault of the Landlord or anyone for whom the Landlord is responsible) the Landlord or Agent reserves the right to charge a maximum of £50 or to cover invoice costs of an “out of hours” call out service.
3) If the Tenant requests the Landlord or Agent to re-advertise / re-let the Property (or part thereof) then the Tenant will be liable for the marketing costs, including £15 (inc. VAT) per viewing, £150 (inc VAT) for website/portal marketing costs and £50 (inc. VAT) for administration costs
4) Where the tenant loses or damages a key/access card or fob replacements will be charged at £15 (inc VAT).
5)The Landlord or Agent reserves the right to charge interest at the rate of 3% per annum above the base rate of the Bank of England on any rent or other money lawfully due which is in arrears for more than 14 days after the day on which it became due (such interest to be paid both before and after any Court Judgment). Should it become necessary to submit a claim to the County Court, additional charges to cover all preparation and recovery costs and Court fees will be added to the claim.

Do you do credit checks?

They do not run credit checks on tenants or potential guarantors - all their assessments for applications are done in house. However, if you cannot provide a guarantor, you can either pay the rent for the year up front, or go through a third party such as UK Guarantor or Housing Hand.

Can I decorate?

In properties owned by Rentinc you may be able to decorate, providing you obtain authorisation from the office first.

Can I put a lock on my bedroom door?

They understand the need for privacy however locks on doors can create a number of issues. They can be a potential fire hazard and if Rentinc needs to do any maintenance work inside the room they would not have access. In some cases a call out charge will still be charged to the tenant and an additional charge may occur for removing the lock. Another issue is with TV licensing as a locked door creates a separate dwelling which means another TV licence may be required. This can also apply to the Council Tax banding. They may allow an internal lock to be attached (with prior approval from Rentinc) which gives the tenant privacy once in the room.

What happens if I have a maintenance issue with my property?

Small repairs and the day to day running of the property are the tenants responsibility, however in certain circumstances you may not be able to solve the problem and therefore they have instructed Hive Property Services to assist with these issues. However you will be charged for any call outs made which fall under the tenants responsibility or which are deemed unnecessary.

What happens if I fall into arrears?

They appreciate that sometimes things can get tight however rental payments must be paid on time. If you fall in to arrears you will be charged and all guarantors and other tenants will be informed of the debt. Please refer to your tenancy agreement for details on charges that could be applied. The sooner you let us know of any extenuating circumstances the quicker they can try and work with you.

Can I leave the contract earlier should I want to?

You can do, however you and the other tenants will need to find someone to assign over your tenancy. Once a suitable tenant is found they would need to fulfill all the necessary requirements and they would then need to add the new tenant to the contract. The cost of this procedure is £120.00 and is payable by the outgoing tenant.

Can my parents pay for my rent?

Anyone can pay your rent on your behalf, however the legal responsibility lies with you.

How can I advertise my property/room if I cannot fulfill my tenancy agreement?

You can advertise your property for free by using websites such as Gumtree, Facebook. If you would like Rentinc to re-advertise your room on your behalf the cost is one months rent plus VAT. You can contact a property consultant and they will be able to provide a list of websites.

Who holds my deposit?

The Deposit is safeguarded by the Tenancy Deposit Scheme, which is administered

How do I pay the rent?

Rent is paid by Direct Debit. Your rent will be paid automatically once this has been set up.

How often do they have to pay rent?

The rent is paid in monthly or quarterly installments as per your tenancy agreement.

What do I need to do in order to get my deposit back?

For Rentinc to process your bond they need proof of payment of your final bills for Water, Gas, Electric and Council Tax. This proof can come in either the form of either a letter from your supplier explaining that your account is clear or your final bill and a stamp from the post office stating the amount that has been paid. If you are a student then they would need a Council Tax exemption form which can be obtained from Leeds City Council. If you have taken an 'all inclusive property' with  then you will not need to provide proof that the bills have been paid.

How long does my bond take to process and what format does it come in?

Your bond can take up to 14 days to process once they have received proof of payment for your final bills. Once the bond has been processed and you have agreed in writing to any deductions it will be returned to you in the form of a BACS payment, please bear in mind that the BACS payment may take up to 5 working days to reach your bank.

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Student accommodation in Leeds

Leeds, the heart of the prosperous Yorkshire region, is undeniably one of England's most dynamic and vibrant cities. The city is very vibrant and has recently established itself as a member of the academic elite. Finding student accommodation in Leeds is not expensive, but navigating rooms catered to student's needs can be challenging. The student houses Leeds rendered by amber are in proximity to various famous universities like Leeds Metropolitan University, University of Law, Leeds Beckett University, Leeds City College, and many others. Some of the best and most convenient student accommodation in Leeds are The Glassworks, Trinity Hall, Oxley Residence, Burley Road, Woodhouse Flats, etc. These apartments, studios, ensuites, and non-ensuites are fully equipped with furnished rooms and a bunch of in-room and common amenities. Amber can meet all of your needs regarding private student accommodation in Leeds. Students can freely focus on other aspects with the assurance of securing a perfect place to stay.

About Leeds

Leeds is the second-largest metropolitan area in the United Kingdom and one of the fastest-growing cities. The city became a factory town due to the Industrial Revolution (or mill town). The city's population naturally grew, transforming it into a bustling metropolis. With so many residents and people coming and going to work, it's no surprise that the city is busy. In addition, the area is home to several prestigious educational institutions, such as the University of Leeds, Leeds Leeds Trinity University, and others, making it a student hub. The well-coordinated transportation system of the city ensures good connectivity inside and outside the town. This city embodies the flamboyant rebirth of northern self-esteem. After a decade and a half of redevelopment, the city centre has been transformed from a near-derelict millhouse town into a 21st-century urban tourist magnet, with architecturally audacious malls built into the city's heart. The town's pulsating nightlife knows no bounds. Leeds is passionate about sports, particularly football (soccer) and rugby. Leeds United Football Club, one of the most famous football teams in England, has a strong following. Leeds Rhinos is the city's professional rugby league team. The town is proud of its historical sites, cultural events, and breathtaking countryside scenery that will take your breath away. The vibrant music culture in the city is well-known. Leeds has a bunch of tourist attractions and local hotspots with a million activities to indulge in. It is a city for families, young professionals and students, catering to all kinds of interests and needs.

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Searching for suitable student accommodation in Leeds can be tedious for students. Amber does everything from finding a convenient location to booking and handling the booking formalities smoothly. Although every student may have different needs and requirements, they have one need in common, that is, the student accommodations need to be close to their university. Room types such as bedroom apartments, studios, ensuites and non-ensuites, and amber provide a variety of possibilities for student housing in Leeds. The following are some of the top Leeds accommodations:

  1. Mary Morris House
  2. The Glassworks
  3. Trinity Hall
  4. Oxley Residence
  5. Burley Road
  6. Woodhouse Flats
  7. Austin Hall
  8. Trapezium 
  9. The Refinery
  10. Briggate Studios

Cost of Living

The cost of your student housing in Leeds will take up the bulk of your expenses, but there are several other costs to consider while planning your expenses. Monthly expenses will differ depending on personal preferences and needs. To have a smoother experience as a student in Leeds, you need to have your expenses set straight. We have a list of expenses you will be paying as a student in the city so you can get an idea of your cost of living in Leeds.

1. Rent: £450-£500 /week

2. Groceries: £90-£100 /week

3. Travel: £30-£40 /week

4. Leisure: £40-£50 /week

5. Food: £40-£50 /week

Student travel in Leeds

Leeds has a large student population and boasts a diverse and student-friendly transportation network that makes navigating the city a breeze. Whether you are a student attending one of the city's universities or exploring the many attractions, the various transportation options cater to your needs. From reliable public transport to eco-friendly alternatives, students in Leeds have a range of choices to ensure convenient and affordable travel within the city. Linked by the Inner Ring Road to the rest of West Yorkshire, navigating the city is made convenient for students by the availability of public transport close to several student houses Leeds.

1. Bus: The most well-known bus service in central Leeds is the West Yorkshire Metro-funded Leeds CityBus service, which First Leeds runs. This service circles the city centre clockwise every few minutes. It caters to important metropolitan hubs, such as colleges and central commercial and financial districts. A single bus ride costs £1.60 in the city.

2. Rail: Students can use the Leeds Train Station to travel to nearby cities such as Bradford and Huddersfield. It is one of the most convenient options for students.

3. Cabs: Custom Cabs Taxi Service and Leeds City Taxi Service are two of the city's frequently used modes of transport, quickly turning into a quick and favourable choice of commute for students staying in Leeds. Rail fare is around £4-£2.60 with a Railcard.

4. Cycling: Leeds is cyclist-friendly, with dedicated cycle lanes and bike-sharing schemes available. For eco-conscious students, cycling is a sustainable and healthy mode of transportation. Several cycle routes run through the city, allowing students to explore the sights and travel to university campuses with ease.

Student Living and Lifestyle in Leeds

Leeds is known to be one of the best cities to live in the world. People who like dance music go to clubs like Oceania, Tiger Tiger, Halo, Gatecrasher, and so on, while those who want rock music go to places like the Dry Dock, Carpe Diem, Fab Cafe, and the Cockpit. It is the UK's third-largest and fastest-growing city. It is also trendy among students, with a student population of over 70,000. The city is always bustling with people in a festive and vibrant mood almost all year. You can easily find cheap flats to rent in the city centre that include bills, allowing you to save money during the week and then splurge on the weekends. Leeds has a vibrant nightlife scene, with numerous bars, clubs, and live music venues. Foodies will be spoiled with choices ranging from Lupe’s Cantina Mexicana for some authentic tacos to the many restaurants lined up on Park Lane and Burley Road, two famous hotspots for students. Located only a few minutes away from the city centre is Trinity Centre’s Trinity Kitchen, a food court with independent eateries that change every month. Leeds is known to host some of the most anticipated events of the year. The city centre, particularly the areas around Call Lane and Merrion Street, is known for its bustling nightlife and is a popular choice for students looking to socialise and have a good time.

Tourist Attractions in Leeds

The city is home to many museums that tourists and residents can visit during their time off. The best part of most of the city’s local attractions is that admission into these places is free of cost, so students can spend a lovely evening in a fun place without spending too much money. The following tourist attractions are near the student accommodations in Leeds:

1. Royal Armouries Museum

2. Roundhay Park

3, Temple Newsam

4. Kirkstall Abbey

5. Trinity Leeds

6. Tropical World

7. The Grand Theatre & Opera House

8. Leeds Art Gallery

9. Leeds City Museum

10. Abbey House Museum

Universities in Leeds

Leeds has an excellent academic environment, with a robust student population of over 50,000+ students in the last year. Below are a few notable universities one can access by staying at a few private student accommodations in Leeds.

1. The University of Leeds

2. Leeds Beckett University

3. Leeds Trinity University

4. Leeds Arts University

5. Leeds Metropolitan University

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