Coming to university often involves moving into new accommodation, which can be expensive, and you may encounter a few problems along the way. Whether you’re living in university halls or renting in the private sector, alone or with friends, we can help.
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Guidance and Handy Resources

Student Accommodation can seem overwhelming, but taking a bit of care at the start can reduce the number and severity of any problems that might arise, but even the most careful tenants can experience problems. It’s important to be aware of your rights and responsibilities, so we’ve created some checklists and guides to help.

If you need to know more, you can book an appointment with one of our advisers or email your enquiry to

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Moving In

Looking for your new home? Take this handy checklist to your property viewings.

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Moving Out

Get prepared for moving out by knowing what you need to take care of with our handy checklist.

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Tenancy Agreements

A tenancy agreement is a contract between you and your landlord. Find out what your rights are.

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Holding & Tenancy Deposits

Deposits are one of the biggest student concerns. Our guide aims to make things super clear.

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Top 10 House-Hunting Tips

Check out our tips for finding your perfect home.

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Damp, Mould & Disrepair

Check out our guide and arm yourself with the tools to tackle Damp, Mould & Disrepair in student housing

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Housing Safety

Your safety is paramount! Check out our guide and stay safe in student housing.

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Housing Rights

Discover the rights and responsibilities of both you and your landlord in this guide..

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Housing Costs

Check out this guide to help manage your household finances like a pro!

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