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Glasgow West End Student Accommodation

Private Room/ Studio Flat

145 Kelvinhaugh St, Glasgow G3 8PX, United Kingdom Distance From University

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About this property

Glasgow West End: The Walkthrough

Glasgow West End offers you the perfect blend of academics and nightlife. Located close to the University of Glasgow Gilmorehill Campus and a stone’s throw from the Glasgow city centre, the location is perfect for student accommodation. Everything’s hunky-dory at this accommodation.

The Glasgow West End Student accommodation offers private rooms  at very affordable prices. All the amenities you can think of are available in these fully furnished and spacious studio flats.

We love a lil’ extra

The usual amenities such as WiFi, fully equipped kitchens, and bills already included in the rent are all available at this Glasgow Student Accommodation

  • Cinema Room

  • Onsite Gym

  • Onsite Maintenance

  • Study Lounge

Know thy neighbourhood

Ready to get those trainers out? Located on Kelvinhaugh Street, you’ll be living in a quaint and spectacular neighbourhood. Living close to the city centre also means that all your essential day to day facilities and services are also at your doorstep

  • Gartnavel General Hospital - 10-minute drive

  • Boots Pharmacy - 6-minute walk

  • Sainsburys Bank ATM - 5-minute walk

  • Tesco Express - 6-minute walk

  • Patrick Library - 18-minute walk

  • Riverside Museum - 15-minute walk

Wheeling your way around Glasgow

The city of Glasgow is well-linked with bus routes if you want to explore the city of Glasgow and immerse yourself in the culture.

  • Exhibition Centre Train Station - 11-minute walk

  • Derby Street Bus Stop - 4-minute walk

Living it up at Glasgow West End

You need to unwind after a long day in University and the best part is with a Glasgow West End studio flat, you don't have to look that far! Regardless of whether you want to get a beer with your mates, a coffee date, or dinner somewhere nice, there are plenty of options near you. Cheers for getting me that drink, mate.

  • Pubs and Bars - Grove Bar - 0.3 miles, The Park Bar - 0.3 miles, The Islay Inn - 0.4 miles  

  • Restaurants - Thai Siam - 0.2 miles, Mora Bar and kitchen - 0.2 miles, Silla Korean - 0.2 miles 

  • Cafes - Seb & Mili - 0.3 miles, Okashi - 0.3 miles, Bungalow Cafe - 0.3 miles

Amazing amenities, happening nightlife, and some of the best restaurants in the city, it couldn't get any better. Book a flat at Glasgow West End today.

Pandemic Shield: Features and Measures

Cancel for free
Common area cleaning
Deep cleaning available
Flexible move-in

Features

Close to Universities
On-site management
Study lounge
Cinema Room

Safety

CCTV

Price also includes

Electricity Bill
Gas Bill
Water Bill
Wifi

Book Your Room in Glasgow West End

Private Room(1 types to choose from)

Studio Flat(3 types to choose from)

Distance from University
Glasgow West End
Payment Info

Booking Deposit £250 to confirm your booking.

This is converted into a refundable security deposit at the start of your tenancy.

Rent Payments

Pay in Full

Pay in 3 installments, due in September 2019, January 2020 and April 2020

It is possible to pay 4 installments with prior approval

Mode of Payment

Pay by Credit Card, Debit Card or Bank Transfer

Cheques or Cash payments are not accepted

Booking Info

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation before you move in:

To confirm your application, an advanced rent payment equivalent to one week’s rent is required. On moving in, this money will transfer to your rent account, providing you have met the terms in the Agreement.  You also need to read and sign the Assured Shorthold Tenancy Agreement (the “AST”) before you move in.

Once you have paid your advanced rent payment and signed your AST online you are agreeing to take up your place within the accommodation and are bound to pay the AST fee in its entirety. Any subsequent request to cancel will require you to find a student to replace you. This carries an administration fee of £100.

The following is applicable to first-year students only:

If you are not successful in obtaining your place at your chosen university/college then don’t worry.  We will consider a release from your AST and refund of any advance Rent payment where you can provide proof that you did not obtain a place at a university/college which is within a reasonable distance from accommodation booked. You will need to submit your request to cancel in writing or email along with the proof to the Accommodation Manager at your chosen location within five working days of the confirmation that you have not received your place.

We will also consider the same release terms if you fail to obtain your visa to study. However, you will need to send us proof of such within five days of receipt from the visa office, and before 1st September 2019.

Advanced Rent Fee Repayment:

Up to 31st July: After paying your advance rent payment you have five workings days to complete your booking by signing the AST and completing the guarantor information (if applicable). After five days your booking fee becomes non-refundable.

From 1st August: After paying your advance rent payment you have 48 hours to complete your booking by signing the AST and completing the guarantor information (if applicable). After 24 hours your advance rent payment becomes non-refundable.

Cancellation after you have moved in: 

  1. Replacement – if you wish to leave the accommodation after you have moved in, you will need to find a suitable replacement to take over your agreement, and you will remain liable for all fee payments until the replacement has signed a new agreement, paid and checked into the accommodation. Only at this point are we able to release you from your Agreement and refund you any overpayment that may be due on your account. Replacements carry a £100 administration fee.
  2. Without replacement – we will only consider any release without replacement in exceptional circumstances, such as on medical grounds, and where you have had to withdraw from University. Any request will need to be accompanied by evidence, such as a doctor’s letter and sent to the Accommodation Manager. Any decision whether to release under exceptional circumstances is final.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if I wish to leave early/go back home?

If you are leaving temporarily and coming back before the end of your contract, please email us to let us know what dates you will be away. If you are leaving for the rest of the year and are looking to cancel your tenancy agreement, please refer to our cancellation policy for 2019-20 for full details on how to proceed.

Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if I cannot come back to the UK/Dublin due to the travel restrictions?
We understand that this is a challenging time for our residents with many people returning home before travel bans and restrictions began and non-essential travel recommendations were made by the government and health authorities.

Q. Can I cancel my 20/21 tenancy contract if my university is only offering online courses next year

We are aware that many universities have taken these precautionary measures. However, if you are enrolled in your course and your university has not cancelled it but have moved to online classes, then you will be expected to continue with your course and therefore still need to fulfil your tenancy contract for the 2020-21 academic year.

If the situation changes and your university decide to cancel the course, please contact us and provide accompanying evidence of the course cancellation so that we can review your situation.
 

Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if I am worried about not being able to get back or start my course in September 2020?

We understand that there are circumstances out of your control, however, please don’t worry. We are continually monitoring the UK and Irish Government guidance on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and complying with this.

As the situation changes, there will also be updated guidance on travel and your university will be able to update you closer to the time of your course start date, so please refer to them for course updates.

If you have any concerns closer to the start of your 2020-21 tenancy agreement or your course is cancelled for 2020-21 entry, please get in contact with us so that we can advise further.

Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if I cannot complete my A-Levels/ Leaving Certificate and my University has deferred enrolment?

We understand that these are circumstances out of your control so you may be eligible to postpone the start of your tenancy agreement to a later date.
 
Any request to cancel or defer your 2020-21 tenancy agreement must be submitted in writing, with accompanying evidence to support your request. This will be reviewed by our Regional Management team, whose decision will be final. 


Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if I cannot get a visa/cannot to enter to UK/Ireland?

We understand that these are circumstances out of your control so you may be eligible to postpone the start of your tenancy agreement to a later date.
 
Any request to cancel or defer your 2020-21 tenancy agreement must be submitted in writing, with accompanying evidence to support your request. This will be reviewed by our Regional Management team, whose decision will be final. 

Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if English examination centres have been closed, I cannot get the English exam results on time?

We understand that these are circumstances out of your control so you may be eligible to postpone the start of your tenancy agreement to a later date.
 
Any request to cancel or defer your 2020-21 tenancy agreement must be submitted in writing, with accompanying evidence to support your request. This will be reviewed by our Regional Management team, whose decision will be final. 

Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if I am from Wuhan City/ Italy (the city has been shut down since the end of January/Early March)?

We understand that these are circumstances out of your control so you may be eligible to postpone the start of your tenancy agreement to a later date.
 
Any request to cancel or defer your 2020-21 tenancy agreement must be submitted in writing, with accompanying evidence to support your request. This will be reviewed by our Regional Management team, whose decision will be final. 

Q. Can I cancel my tenancy contract if I have decided to defer my University offers to next year?

If you decide to defer your university but already have a booking with us for 2020-21 the usual cancellation policy still applies.

Q. What do I need to bring with me when I arrive?

On the day you move in, you’ll need to bring along kitchen items, bedding, clothing, and any personal items to make you feel at home. Be sure to bring some form of ID with you, too.

Q. Do I have to be a student to live here?

To live here you must be a student, enrolled in a college or university, and be 18 years or older at the time of check-in.

Q. What happens if I don't pay my rent?

In some cases, legal action will be taken in order to recoup the amount.

Q. What do I do if something isn't working in my apartment?

However small the problem, be sure to contact reception and fill in a quick repair form, and our facilities will get right to it.

Q. Can I receive a post?

Sure, all of this property’s residents have their own letterbox and will be given a key to check their post at any time. If you have a parcel delivered, a reception will look after it, just be sure to bring your ID with you upon collection.

Q. What will I need to do before I move out of my room?

Pack up all your belongings and give the room a clean – it’d be lovely if you left in the same condition as you found it. Once that’s done, hand over your fob and post box key, say your goodbyes, and be sure to have a great summer.

Q. Can friends and family visit?

Of course, they’re welcome to come and see you throughout your studies. However, only one guest is allowed to stay in your room for a maximum of 3 nights a week. And, you must be with them the entire duration of their stay and sign them in on arrival.

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