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Beckley Point

Private Room/ Studio Flat/ Shared Room/ Entire Place

Armada Way, Plymouth, PL1 1LD Distance From University

About this property

Beckley Point is a brand new student accommodation located on Armada Way, Plymouth. It is at a short walking distance from Plymouth University and Plymouth College of Art. It offers great amenities such as sky lounge, gaming room, cinema room, study room, bookable kitchen and dining room, common area, post service and bike storage. It offers en-suite rooms in shared apartments, studios and 1-2 bedroom apartments.

Get to live with new and different people by choosing an en-suite room in a shared apartment at Beckley point Plymouth. You will get your own fully furnished bedroom with bathroom, study space. However, you will have to share the common kitchen and lounge area with others. So, you can talk to your partner in the absolute privacy of your room or strike a conversation with your flat mates in the living area. Beckley Point student accommodation also offers single studios for people who wish to live separate. You will have your personal, fully furnished bedroom, shower room, study area, modern kitchenette and lounge area. So, you can binge-watch your favourite movies in the living area or go on a cooking-spree in the kitchen. Beckley Point Plymouth student accommodation also provides 1-2 bedroom apartments where you will have your own separate bedroom, bathroom, study space, kitchenette and lounge area to yourself. However, in the 2-bedroom apartment, you will be sharing the living and kitchen area with your flat mates. So, you can spend lots of time reading novels on Kindle or get talking with your flat mate in the living area. Beckley Point Plymouth provides a fantastic sky lounge where you can chill with friends and enjoy the breathtaking view of the city or battle it out with friends by playing games in the gaming room. Beckley Point student accommodation has a special cinema room where you can get lost in the filmy world or sit quietly and learn for your upcoming test in the study room. Invite friends over for dinner by booking a table for them at Beckley Point Plymouth student accommodation or gel in with other residents in the common area. Beckley Point student accommodation Plymouth also has a postal service where you can pick up your packages from the reception or one can park their bike on-site without a worry. Beckley Point student accommodation provides a 24/7 security and maintenance team for sorting out all your problems.

International students in Beckley Point rooms must visit the National Marine Aquarium to witness marine wildlife and gain knowledge on marine life. One can also go to Smeaton’s Tower which is a 72 ft lighthouse and is known for its remarkable design work. Others who love to shop can go to the Dark Circus Shopping Centre and Plymouth City Centre.

Give your taste buds a treat by going to Tanners Restaurant which is nearby Beckley Point Plymouth. Enjoy live music with drinks and good conversation with friends at The Navy Inn.

Go through an exceptional student-life journey at the Beckley Point student accommodation.


Games Room
Cinema Room
Bike Storage


24 Hour Security
Onsite maintenance
Onsite security

Price also includes

Electricity Bill
Gas Bill
Heating Bill
Water Bill

Entire Place(1 types to choose from)

Shared Room(1 types to choose from)

Private Room(3 types to choose from)

Studio Flat(8 types to choose from)

Distance from University
Beckley Point
Payment Info

Booking Deposit of £250, to confirm your booking.

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

Rent Payments

Pay in Full, to get 2% discount

Pay in 3 installments

Mode of Payment

Pay online by debit or credit card (2% surcharge), direct debit or bank transfer.

Booking Info

You get 14-days cool off period (Free cancellation period) to cancel your booking after you sign the tenancy agreement. If you cancel within the 14-days period, your £250 deposit is refunded.

If you are outside the 14-days cool off period, but would like to cancel before the 31st of July 2017, you may do so. Your deposit of £250 will not be refunded. But you will not be liable to pay any other fees.

If you are outside the 14-days cool off period and would like to cancel after the 31st of July 2017, you can do so, but you will need to find a replacement student to take over your tenancy. Until a suitable replacement has been found, you will be liable to pay any accommodation fees or rent that becomes due. The deposit is not refunded.

If you do not meet the grade requirements of the university, you may cancel, provided you provide a proof of this to the landlord by 19th August, 2017. Your deposit of £250 is returned.

Frequently Asked Questions


How do I book a room?

Booking a room is simple, all you need to do is provide us with the details & we will be more than happy to do booking for you.

What do you need from me to book a room?

It is a simple four-step process:

Register online

Complete the application form and pay an £50 application fee.

Complete your booking information and pay your deposit of £250.

Sign your tenancy online.

If you’re requesting to pay by instalments, you will need to provide the guarantor's information.

Please have all your personal details handy.

Upon completion of booking your room, you are bound by the contract you have agreed to.

Can I live in your residence?

You must be a full-time student, and 18 years or older at check in. However, please be aware of the cancellation policy prior to booking should your place at university not yet be confirmed.

Do you provide summer accommodation?

It is always worth checking if there is any availability.

Can I sub-let my room for the summer?

Students are not allowed to sublet their rooms during their tenancy period.

Do I need to have a UK-based guarantor?

Yes, if you choose to pay in instalments. If you choose to pay annually then you do not need to have a guarantor.

How can I send you my guarantor information?

You can send the same to us via email.

Can I pay in instalments?

Yes, if you have a UK based guarantor you can pay in four instalments. Students without a guarantor are required to pay their rent in full at a 2% discount.

What is the payment plan for rent?

£50 Application fee. Payable when you apply.

£250 Booking fee/deposit. Payable when you apply.

There are four installment dates as follows:

21 August 2017

02 October 2017

02 January 2018

03 April 2018

Is the £50 booking fee refundable?

No, the booking fee covers the administration to process your application with us.

What is the damage deposit for?

This amount is a refundable deposit taken to ensure that during your tenancy the fabric of your room is kept to an acceptable standard, taking into consideration wear and tear. A full list of charges on check out is available on your student portal.

What’s included in my rent?

Your fabulous en-suite room, all bills, 100Mb broadband wired and/or WiFi (Free upgrade to 100MB from September 2017) , contents insurance, 24 hour security, on-site maintenance and our friendly management team’s support.

What’s not included in my rent?

Pizza on demand or any food, laundry costs, TV license, parking, room-cleans.

How can I pay my rent?

You will be able to pay your rent online through your student portal, by direct debit, credit (2% charge) or debit card, BACS or bank transfer.

Can I change my rent instalment plan?

No. However, if you are struggling to make your payments, please email us regarding the same.

Can I pay my rent with my student loan?

The payment due dates should be in line with student loan payments. However, if this is not the case please let us know about the same.

How can I find out how much I owe?

You can see a full breakdown of payments made and due through your student portal.

What if I don’t pay?

We would request you to update us with the same, we would like to ensure that your payments are made on time.


Can I live with my friends?

Yes; we do accept group bookings for cluster flats.

How do you decide who I live with?

Rooms are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Should you have preferences we would be happy to consider those on application. However, meeting those expectations is based on availability at the time of booking.

Do you allow couples?

Yes, we do. This is only available in the studio rooms.

Can I choose which room I live in within the residence?

No. However, we endeavour to meet your requests depending on the availability at the time of booking.


Can I move in before my contract starts?

It completely depends upon the availaibility of the room.

What do I need to bring with me on arrival?

All your stuff! The room is furnished but you will need to bring items for you kitchen, linen and all your other worldly belongings.

Is there somewhere to park when I am unpacking?

Yes, for limited periods of time. Further information on arrivals will be emailed to you two weeks before check-in so that you can plan accordingly.

Will there be someone to collect my keys from?

Yes, the full team will be there to help you on arrival. If you are arriving out of hours, it is advisable to let us know, but you will still be greeted by a member of staff.

Can I change rooms if I am not happy with my allocated room or flatmate?

Yes you can. However, there are no moves until 4 weeks after the contact start date and there is an administration charge of £50. There is some flexibility on this if there are cultural reasons or in exceptional circumstances.


What cooking equipment is supplied?

A microwave, hob and oven.

What kitchen equipment is not supplied?

Crockery, utensils, pots/pans and other small appliances.

Kettles and toasters are not provided. It is recommended before purchasing these that you get together with your flat mates to purchase these items together saving money and space.

Is bedding supplied?

No, you will need to bring your own bedding. All the rooms have a small double bed so you will need to bring double size bedding.

Can I personalise my room?

As long as you are able to return it to its original state on check-out or you will be charged for damages.

Can I keep a fridge in my room?

No, unless it is for storing prescribed medication.

Can I bring my own washing machine/tumble dryer?

No, there are laundry facilities on site.

Can I bring a pet?

Tenants are not allowed to bring pets into the building.

Are there laundry facilities?

Yes. A wash costs around (tbc) £2.70 and a dry £1.20 (50 mins).

The laundry services are provided by Circuit. You will need to buy a top up card (£5 of credit) before you are able to use the machines.

Is there a post service?

Yes, you will have a post box in reception for your flat. Parcels can be delivered to reception. However, please be aware of our postal policy in using this service.

Where can I smoke?

Outside, in the smoking shelter. The buildings are non-smoking and incidents of smoking indoors will be dealt with strictly.

Do I have Wifi?

Yes, WiFi comes as standard.

Is a TV provided?

In communal kitchens and studio flats with freeview TV subscription. However, a TV licence is not provided and students are responsible for paying for this annual charge.

Who is responsible for cleaning my flat?

You and your housemates are. It’s handy to have a cleaning rota in place with your flat mates.

Who is responsible for cleaning the communal areas?

The onsite maintenance team is responsible for the same.

Can we have a party?

Yes, as long as you are mindful of other students living in the building and clean up after yourselves.

Are there spare rooms for visitors to stay in?

No, unfortunately the buildings are filled to the brim with fun-loving students every year.

Can I park on site?

There is no permanent parking on site. If you require disability parking then please contact onsite maintenance team.

How do I report maintenance?

You can report maintenance through your student portal, or at the front desk.

What happens once I have reported maintenance?

When things go wrong in buildings the onsite maintenance team would fix the same at the earliest.

How do I report a maintenance issue out of hours?

Online through your student portal or via email and the same would be dealt at the earliest. If it is an emergency please call the emergency number provided to you in your welcome book.

Who can I speak to if I have a personal problem?

There is always someone to speak to if you have a problem. In the first instance your university student support team may be best equipped to offer you advice.


What do I need to do before I move out?

Book your check-out appointment at reception, over the phone or email giving at least 7 days' notice. The appointments usually take place between 9am and 6pm - don’t worry it only takes around 15 minutes!

Can I pay extra for my room to be cleaned?

Yes. Your room must be left in the same state as when you arrived to avoid charges to your damage deposit. Please contact the management team to request details for our trusted affordable supplier who will be able to provide check-out cleans.

How do I return my keys?

Hand them in at reception on check-out.

Will I get a deposit returned to me?

Yes, provided your room is left in the same state in which you found it on check-in. A list of charges that may be applicable are available on your student portal.

Can I store stuff in my room and collect it later?

Unfortunately not. Information is available at reception as the team does not have available storage space onsite, even if you have re-booked for next year.

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