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Warehouse Apartments is one of the most popular and lavish student accommodation in Preston, providing students with a truly exceptional experience. Present near Astley Hall, 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. Warehouse Apartments Also offers students some of the largest bedrooms available to rent in Preston. High-speed Wi-fi throughout the building and all utility bills are included in the rent. Warehouse Apartments has some of the most amazing social spaces including chic modern furniture, quartz countertops, stainless steel appliances, plank vinyl flooring, in-unit laundry, premium views and so much more to balance your errands and academic life in the Preston 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 view.

University of Central Lancashire is at a 2-minute distance and Preston College is also nearby to the property that makes it a great student housing in Preston. You will find many Preston restaurants and bars in this popular area, not very far from Warehouse Apartments. Many cities' retail and leisure hubs are near this and another popular road called Victoria Street. Furthermore, you can hop onto a train from Preston Central Train Station and visit nearby cities like Ormskirk or catch a bus from The Guild Bus Stop which is only a short walk away from the property and Call A Car Taxi Service is also present nearby the student housing. 

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, Warehouse Apartments student housing provides the best housing experience, to keep the right balance of study and social life

distance to

Prestons city centre:

  • 3-minute walk

University of Central Lancashire:

Private Transport - 3 min 

Walking - 10-minute walk

Public Transport - 3 min

Community Amenities

Common rooms
Laundry facilities
Securely store your bike
Shared lounge & kitchen

Apartment Amenities

Desk & Chair

Bills Included



Standard Ensuite£80 - £86/week
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Area14 sqm
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Duration:45 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
Duration:50 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
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Premium Ensuite (all floors)£87 - £94/week
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Area15 sqm
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Duration:45 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
Duration:50 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
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Premium Plus Ensuite (all floors)£95 - £101/week
Private Room
Private Bathroom
Shared Kitchen
Area20 sqm
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Duration:45 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
Duration:50 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
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Standard Studio (all floors)£99 - £120/week
Private Bathroom
Entire Place
Private Kitchen
Area20 sqm
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Duration:50 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
Duration:45 week
Move in:3 Sep, 2022
Sold Out£99/week
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Booking Details

Cancellation Policy:-

You may cancel your booking with us subject to the cancellation provisions detailed below.

 Did you see the accommodation before you booked?

Students who didnt visit the building in person before booking, and who booked accommodation more than 14 days ahead of the tenancy start date, can cancel free of charge if they let us know in writing within 14 days after the date of their booking.

Students who didnt visit the building in person before booking, and who booked less than 14 days before the tenancy start date can cancel free of charge if they let us know in writing before the tenancy start date.

The provisions of this policy for Current Residents will apply to students who didnt visit the building in person before booking and who want to cancel after expiry of the applicable deadline given above.  Students who visited the building in person before booking will also be treated as Current Residents for cancellation purposes.

Even if you did not see the accommodation in person before booking, once you have taken up occupation of your accommodation you have no right to cancel your tenancy agreement.  We will be willing to release you from your tenancy agreement in certain circumstances, but:

Applications for release must be made to us in writing;

You and your Guarantor will remain liable for the Rent and any other payments due under the tenancy agreement unless and until a suitable replacement tenant is found for your accommodation. It is your responsibility to find an eligible replacement resident, although site staff will assist where possible;

You will be liable to pay any early termination fees set out in your accommodation contract.

First Year Guarantee

Some of the accommodation managed by Property allows first year students to cancel their tenancy agreement free of charge if their examination results change their plans: for example, a prospective tenant who fails to achieve the grades needed to take their place at their chosen university, or who surpasses their predicted grades and chooses to take a place at another university.     If your chosen accommodation offers this guarantee, before you are released from your contract, you will be required to provide:

A rejection letter from your original university of choice

Where applicable, an acceptance letter from the new university

If a student transfers to a university in a city where Property manages accommodation, Property may (subject to availability) offer the student a tenancy at the new location on the same terms as the students original booking. If this offer is made and refused, the original contract will be cancelled, but Property will charge a cancellation fee (not exceeding GBP 100) and (if the tenancy has started) charge rent up to the date of cancellation.

Cancellation by Current Residents

This section of the Cancellation Policy applies to:

students who visited the building in person before booking, but have not moved into their accommodation

students who did not visit the building in person before booking, and have missed the applicable cancellation deadline

students who are in occupation of their accommodation whether or not they visited the building before booking.

Students are bound by the terms of the tenancy agreement and liable for the rent for the length of their tenancy. A student may, however, be released from their tenancy if they meet the following criteria:

The student finds a replacement tenant to take over their room

The replacement tenant is an enrolled student and over the age of 18

The replacement tenant must not already be a tenant with Property

The replacement must be reasonably acceptable as a tenant (for example, no subsisting county court judgments, no convictions for criminal damage)

The replacement tenant agrees to take over the room for the full remainder of the original tenants term and for the same rental value

The replacement tenant signs all necessary paperwork with Property and agrees to all terms and conditions set out within the tenancy agreement

The replacement tenant procures a UK-resident guarantor, or pays the balance of the outstanding rent in full in advance

The original student pays a GBP 100 change of tenancy charge for early contract release.

Following this, the resident will be formally released from all liabilities under the terms of the tenancy agreement and a refund of any advance rent paid will be processed within 30 days.

Please note all replacement tenants must first be approved by the Accommodation Office. The tenancy agreement does not allow sub-letting.


Extraordinary Circumstances

If a student is not eligible for early release under sections 1-3 of this policy, the landlord may agree to release a tenant from their agreement for medical or some other substantial reason.  Early release will not normally be given under this section of our policy unless the reasons given in support of the tenants request prevent a student from continuing with their studies.

A request for early release under this section of the Cancellation Policy must be made in writing to Propertys Accommodation Office.  If the application is made on medical grounds, it must be supported by the following:

A signed letter from the students doctor confirming their advice to end studies at university for health reasons.

A signed letter from your university confirming that you have dropped out of university for health reasons.

Student FM may ask for additional information before notifying the student of the landlords decision.

All decisions are made on a case by case basis. There is no right of appeal following the landlords initial decision.


Cancellations by Property or The Landlord

Students are required to sign their tenancy agreement within 14 days of Property offering accommodation.  Students who do not sign their agreement within this timeframe may have their booking cancelled and accommodation remarketed.

Where payment is due in advance of the start of a tenancy, a booking or a tenancy agreement may be cancelled if the payment is not made on or before the due date for payment.

Where a student fails to check in to the accommodation in accordance at the start of their tenancy and has not signed their tenancy agreement, their booking will be cancelled.

If a student fails to check in to the accommodation and has signed their tenancy agreement, the agreement will continue in force until terminated in accordance with this policy, or under clause 9 of the tenancy agreement.

Payment Details

Booking Fees of 1 is paid to confirm the booking.

Additional 150 is paid towards a refundable security deposit before check in.

Rent Payments:

Pay in Full

Pay in 4 installments

Mode of Payment:

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

Or pay via easy bank transfer.

Frequently Asked Questions

How and when do I pay the deposit?

Your deposit is paid when you book your room. It needs to be paid using a credit* or debit card and the cardholder must authorise the payment. (*credit cards incur a surcharge).

How do I pay for the rent?

If you are a student with a permanent UK home address then you will usually have the option of paying in one or four instalments. If your permanent home address is outside the UK then you have the option of one payment or four instalments if you have a UK Guarantor. If you need a different payment option then please contact us to discuss this personally.

What are instalments?

An instalment is a part-payment of your total rent amount. If you choose to pay in four instalments, for example, your rent payment will be divided into four payments of 10%, 30%, 40% and 20% of the total cost. The first instalment can potentially be taken up to two weeks before your tenancy starts. You will be told the dates on which the money will be collected during the booking process, these will depend on your property and tenancy.

What happens if I cant make a payment?

If youre already living with us then please speak to the reception team at your property. If you havent moved in yet, or you would like to speak to someone when your property reception is not open

What happens if I have a delay or a problem with student finance?

If youre already living with us please speak to the reception team at your property. If you havent moved in yet, or you would like to speak to someone when your property reception is not open, please call our Bookings Team 

What does a being a guarantor mean?

A guarantor will be responsible for putting right any breaches of tenancy, including non-payment of rent if the tenant fails in their responsibilities.

Who can be a guarantor?

The guarantor should be a parent, guardian, relative or family friend of the student. The guarantor should be in full-time employment, and/or in a stable financial position to cover relevant payments as required. We will not run a credit check as part of the process of assessing guarantors.

What does a guarantor need to provide?

The guarantor will need to sign a Guarantor Agreement, which will be sent to them by email. The guarantor will need to provide two of the following documents as proof of ID*: * Valid passport * Valid driving license * Utility bill dated within last 3 months *Where possible, the bill name and address should be written in English.

What do I need to do when booking?

You need to be ready to pay your deposit  this is a one off payment made at the time you book. Its protected during your stay with us and as long as your room and communal areas are left in good condition will be returned in full at the end of your stay.

Can I view your rooms?

Nearly all our properties have dedicated show flats that you can view and we can answer any questions you may have. The easiest way to book a viewing is online; you can do this by selecting the property you wish to view.

If I am doing an internship/placement year, am I allowed to live here?

You can live here if you are still registered as a full-time student and your placement is part of your degree/course.

What is a deposit protection scheme?

By law, if you pay a deposit to your landlord or letting agent then they must protect it in a government-authorised tenancy deposit protection scheme. This applies to all landlords and agents in England and Wales who have an Assured Shorthold Tenancy (AST) agreement with their tenant. We use MyDeposits (England) and MyDeposits Scotland (Scotland) to protect your deposit.

What is the utility guarantee fee?

This is already included in the rent payment and is not an additional cost to you. It is simply an amount set aside to ensure that your rent wont increase if utility providers increase their charges.

How do I sign the contract?

We will email you and your guarantor a link that will show you the terms and conditions of your contract. Once youve accepted these your booking is complete and you have signed the contract. You will need to scroll through all the terms and conditions before the option to accept is made available to you.

What is a guarantor?

A guarantor is someone who takes joint financial responsibility for your tenancy. If, for any reason, you are unable to pay an amount owed to us it is your guarantors responsibility to do so. You will need to name a guarantor when you make your booking and this person will need to sign the tenancy paperwork. We have the right to recover any outstanding monies from your guarantor so it is important that your guarantor understands their liability.

My university/another organisation has agreed to be my guarantor, what do I do?

A named person from your university or other organisation will need to be included in your guarantor information you can use the university or named organisations address and that person will need to accept the terms and conditions as guarantor.

Who needs a guarantor?

All students need a guarantor. However, your guarantor does not need to be based in the UK, but they will need to understand their liability and agree to this responsibility.

Im a mature student and paying my rent in full, do I still need a guarantor?

Yes, all tenants require a guarantor.

What is a witness?

A witness is a person who is present at the signing of a legal document. They sign the document to indicate that they personally saw the signing and the document is authentic. The date that the witness signs any document should be the same as the date that the tenant/guarantor signs the document. A witness can be anyone over the age of 18. If you are booking a property in England this should not be a family member. The witness must be a third party that is not the tenant or guarantor and should be over 18 years of age.

My booking has expired can I rebook?

You are more than welcome to rebook if your previous booking has expired, however we cannot guarantee that youll be booked into the same room as it may have been booked by someone else after your booking expired. If you choose not to rebook you will get your deposit back. To rebook after an expiry get in touch with one of our team and well be happy to help!

I have special requirements for my living needs. Can you help with these?

We will always do what we can to find you suitable accommodation. Please get in touch with a member of the team if you need any help.

I want to book with my friends, how can this be organised?

You can organise a booking with your friends by completing the Group Booking Form online. This will let our team know that you and your friends are interested in a group booking and well get in touch to help you find a suitable flat.

Can I get a shorter tenancy?

Some of our properties offer short, flexible tenancies. Details of these options can be found here (subject to availability).

Can I move in early or check out late?

Our standard tenancies have fixed dates and cannot be changed. However, if you are looking to move in earlier or move out later it may be possible to book an additional short stay tenancy. Our website shows when each property may be available, so have a look and get in touch if you would like to book.

What is a council tax exemption form and why do I need it?

This is a document that proves that you are not liable to pay local council taxes. Your university can provide you with an exemption form once you have enrolled.

What documents do I need to bring to the property when I move in?

Please bring an official form of ID with you such as a passport or driving license.