The Electra is a modern student accommodation located on Caledonia Street, Liverpool. It is just a 10-minute walk from Liverpool John Moore’s University and the University of Liverpool. It offers good amenities like social spaces, study area, personal smart TV, games lounge, cycle storage and free Wi-Fi. They provide self-contained studios.
Opt for a luxurious and big studio apartment at The Electra Liverpool. You will have your own, fully furnished bedroom with en-suite shower room, study space, storage area, living and kitchenette for personal use. So, you can lie down on your large comfortable bed or watch good documentaries on your Smart TV in the living area. The Electra student accommodation provides social spaces where you can mingle with people of different cultures or quietly study in a corner in the study area. The Electra Liverpool student accommodation provides an exclusive games lounge where you can play some of your favourite virtual games with flatmates and friends or place your bike on-site without any fear of it being stolen. The Electra Liverpool student accommodation makes sure its residents are getting free Wi-Fi so that they can keep themselves entertained and not feel bored or connect to long-distant family members or friends. One doesn’t need to feel threatened by anything or anyone as The Electra student accommodation ensures you are safe and sound by providing CCTV and on-site maintenance team to solve all your queries.
International students in Liverpool can visit the Beatles Story which is a short walk from Albert Dock where you can revisit the lives of the Fab Four from the early beginning to the peak of their careers. Liverpool is also UNESCO’s World Heritage Site so those of you who are History buffs will have lots of Galleries and Museums to visit in the city. Football Fans must visit The Liverpool Football Club. Others can head to the famous Liverpool City Center.
Experience a fantastic international cuisine with friends and classmates at The London Carriage Works which is nearby The Electra Liverpool. Enjoy all around the world Beers with your friends and flatmates at Fly in the Loaf.
Experience a stylish student-life experience at an affordable price at The Electra student accommodation.
Studio Flat(4 types to choose from)
Silver Studio Apartments
1 double bed
12 Sep 2020
4 Sep 2021
Platinum DDA Studio Apartments
1 double bed
12 Sep 2020
4 Sep 2021
Platinum Studio Apartments
1 double bed
12 Sep 2020
4 Sep 2021
Gold Studio Apartments
1 double bed
12 Sep 2020
4 Sep 2021
£250 to confirm your booking
Pay in Full (1.5% discount), due in August (included in the price per week)
Pay in 3/4 installments, due in August, September, January and April (UK guarantor required)
Pay in 3/4 installments, due in August, October, December and February (Without UK guarantor)
Mode of Payment:
Pay using a debit card or a credit card (with 2% surcharge) online, over the phone or at the reception.
You may cancel your booking within 48 hours of signing your tenancy (before 31st July). In this case, your deposit payment along with any other rent payments will be refunded, after retaining an admin fee of £75.
If you have crossed the 48 hours cancellation period or your booking was confirmed after on or after the 1st of August , you will not be able to cancel. Until a suitable replacement tenant is found to take over your tenancy agreement, you will be obligated to pay any rents due as outlined in the agreement. To re-let your room, the landlord will charge a small admin fee
If you are a prospective first-year student and your application at the university has been refused, you may cancel your booking provided you are able to provide a proof of this from either UCAS or the University within 7 days of your results being published.
If your Visa has not been granted and you have not collected the keys, however, the tenancy has already commenced then you will be charged for the period from the ‘Tenancy Start Date’ to the date you provide us with evidence that you have not been granted a Visa.
Change or cancellation of 58-61 week tenancy agreements
We understand that due to the current situation many students will no longer require the summer weeks in the 58-61 week tenancy agreements. This may be due to courses being taught online; being unable to access IELTS centres or already meeting the English language conditions of their university offers etc.
The policy on changing / cancelling tenancy agreements is:
-58-61 week stays can be amended to 51 week stays
-Students need to provide evidence from the university that the course has moved online / they no longer require the summer stay
-A new offer will be sent to students for the amended tenancy which students will need to accept before being released from the original agreement
-The new offer will be at the current advertised rate at the time the request to change is made
Any students who wish to cancel the full tenancy agreement can do so in line with the ‘no place, no pay guarantee’ or our standard re-let policy.
Q. Do I need to be a student?
Only full time students can live at The Electra. You may be asked to provide proof of your student status and it is very important that you notify us immediately if this changes.
Q. Will I need to pay a deposit?
Yes, a deposit is required and will be held with the Deposit Protection Scheme. The deposit will be refundable at the end of your tenancy providing the property is left clean, damage free and in the same condition as at the start of your tenancy and that you have provided a copy of your Council Tax Exemption Certificate or your Registration Certificate. The deposit only becomes refundable at the end of the agreed tenancy, so if the main agreement is not completed we will consider the deposit as payment in lieu of expenses incurred. However, first year applicants with a conditional offer of a place (dependent on grades) will be refunded the deposit if they can show written confirmation from the University that they have not been successful in securing a place.
Q. Do I need a Guarantor?
Yes, a Parent or legal Guardian resident in the UK must stand as Guarantor. The Guarantor is legally bound to pay any debts accrued during the tenancy if the tenant refuses to pay.
What if I fail my end of year exams/A Levels and the University does not offer me a place for September?
If you provide written evidence from the University, within SEVEN days of your results being published and no later than 1st September (which ever date is the sooner), that you do not have a place we will release you from the contract without penalty and refund the deposit paid.
Q. What if I cannot get a Visa to study in the UK?
Provided, you have NOT collected the keys, and that you have evidence in writing that your application has been refused we will release you from the tenancy and refund the deposit. If the Tenancy has already commenced, and you have NOT collected your keys, you will be charged for the period from the ‘Tenancy Start Date’ to the date you provide us with evidence that you have not been granted a VISA. If you have moved into the accommodation prior to your Visa application being declined you will be responsible for the rent until we can find a student to rent your room.
Q. What am I responsible for?
As the Tenant, you are responsible for the rent for the full duration of the ‘term’ as set out in the tenancy agreement, whether or not you reside on the property. NB: Where there has been any breach of the Tenancy Agreement by a student; such as where fees have not been paid in line with the agreement or where any student causes a nuisance or annoyance to fellow students or refuses to follow the reasonable direction of the management, the Landlord or their agents reserve the right to seek eviction of that tenant. This is without prejudice to any obligations which the tenant may be under through the agreement. We will also notify the relevant University who may take action under its Disciplinary Code in accordance with the Student Charter and its Code of Conduct. If you’re unfamiliar with the law and your legal obligations in relation to the tenancy, you should seek advice from a Solicitor, Accommodations Officer or Citizens Advice Bureau. When you sign the tenancy agreement we assume you are fully aware of your legal obligations.
Q. What does my rent include?
Your rent is inclusive of utilities i.e. light, heat and water, as well as internet and contents insurance.
Q. How will I pay my rent?
Rental is paid termly, in advance, by debit or credit card. Tenancy agreements cannot be completed by the Landlord until your payment card details have been provided. This information is needed to complete your online booking and can be given by yourself or by your guarantor. Students who can’t provide a Guarantor who permanently resides in the UK, are required to pay their rent in advance in September, October and December. If you’re awaiting a student loan and can’t meet payments as scheduled you should contact us at least 48 hours (Monday to Friday) before the payment is due. You will be liable for all bank and administration charges incurred by the Landlord for failed payments and will be expected to reimburse the Landlord for these charges upon demand.
Q. Where do I get a Council Tax Exemption Certificate or Registration Certificate?
This is usually given to you when you enroll at University, or you can apply to your Students Services/Registrations office.
Q. When can I move in?
You can move in on or after the ‘Tenancy Start Date’ as specified in your tenancy agreement.
Q. When do I have to move out?
You have to vacate your accommodation by 11am on the ‘Tenancy End Date’ as specified in your agreement. Anything left in your room after this time will be removed and disposed of.
Q. What if I want to terminate my agreement and move out?
If you wish to terminate your tenancy, we must be notified in writing and you must complete our Re Let Form. You will remain responsible for the rent until a new tenant is found or until the end of the tenancy (whichever is sooner). We will aim to find a new tenant who is both acceptable to us and who is prepared to meet the financial and legal requirements of the tenancy agreement at the current prevailing rent. We can’t always guarantee finding another tenant, as obviously this becomes more difficult as the academic year progresses, however, you are able to suggest a replacement to us. Please note that you will also need to cover all administration charges incurred in reassigning the tenancy.
Q. What do I need to bring?
All our shared apartments and Studios will be furnished but bedding and personal linen (sheets, duvets, pillows, towels etc.) is not provided. ‘Double’ size bedding is suitable for beds in all rooms. In a shared apartment there is a TV in the lounge area and all Studios have Smart TV. All kitchens include microwave, kettle, toaster, fridge and freezer. Irons, ironing boards and vacuum cleaners are available. Kitchen utensils (crockery, cutlery, pans, etc.) are not provided. You will not be allowed to bring your own fridges, tumble dryers, portable heaters or other large electrical appliances. Chip pans and deep fat fryers are forbidden, as is the use of candles.
Q. Can I store my belongings in my room, over the summer or after my tenancy has ended?
You must take all your possessions with you when you leave at the end of your tenancy, even if you are returning to the same room for another year after the holidays. We do not accept any responsibility for anything you leave behind and you may be charged for removal and disposal.
Q. My Partner and I are both Students; can we share a room or Studio?
At The Electra there a small number of studios available for double occupancy at an additional charge of 25%.
Q. Is there Internet?
Superfast Internet (and WIFI) is included in your rent. In the unlikely event it’s not fast enough you can upgrade.
Q. Do I need insurance?
Contents insurance is included as part of your rental and is provided by Endsleigh Insurance.
Q. Do I need a TV Licence?
Yes, you will need a TV Licence. Anyone in the UK watching or recording television as it’s being broadcast or simulcast on any device – including mobiles, laptops and PCs – must, by law, be covered by a valid TV licence. Buying a TV Licence is your own responsibility and is not included in your rent.
Q. Can I have visitors?
Unless otherwise stated, bedrooms are for single occupation only. Occasional overnight visitors will be allowed, at the discretion of the management, provided that no disturbance or inconvenience is caused to other occupants. You will be held fully responsible for the actions and behaviour of your visitors.
Q. Can children stay/live with me?
Children cannot stay over or live in the property.
Q. Can I bring a pet?
Sorry, no pets are allowed.
Q. Is there Car Parking?
Unfortunately there is no car parking available on site.
Q. Is there a Cycle Store?
Yes, our accommodation has ample storage for bicycles.
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