ST GEORGE'S TOWER, LEICESTER
41 week and 51 week tenancies available.
Enjoy your own space in our self-contained premium studio. With a well-equipped kitchen, study area and en-suite shower room - we have everything covered! All residents also have access to our on-site laundry.
- Double bed
- Private local area network (LAN)
- Study space with storage, desk and chair
- Breakfast Bar
- Small appliances & cleaning equipment
- Private bathroom with power shower
|Classic Studio||Premium Studio||Deluxe Studio|
|Studio Size||Approx 20m²||Approx 22m²||Approx 24m²|
|Study space with storage, desk and chair|
|Private bathroom with power shower|
|Fridge / Freezer|
|Dustpan & brush|
|Iron and ironing board|
|Private local area network (LAN)|
We've compiled a list of the questions we get the most. If you can't find the answer to your question, why not drop us an email?
We want to make sure you have the best experience possible when you come to live with us. That’s why, when you book, we ask you about your interests and your personal preferences regarding your living arrangements. We will do everything we can to accommodate these preferences.
We offer studios. You will have your own bedroom, kitchen and ensuite bathroom.
There are three studio types of varying size. If you’re still not sure which option would be best for you, drop us a line and we will be more than happy to help.
For health and safety reasons we don’t recommend you bring electrical equipment for the kitchen. We can help you find what you need when you arrive in the UK, or we can order it in advance ahead of your arrival.
Bedding isn’t provided unless it specifically says so on your booking. If you’d rather not carry bedding over with you, you can order it to your new address for when you arrive.
Of course, you can! We are always happy to accommodate this when we can. Give us a call to check availability, then all you need to do is book your studios as usual and drop us a line with your names so we can link your bookings together.
You can pay by debit card, credit card or bank transfer.
If you want to pay by instalment you must provide a UK based guarantor.
If you are an international student wanting to pay by instalment you will need to use our recommended guarantor partner Housing Hand.
There may be a booking fee required to secure your room.
This fee is paid at the time of booking your room. You can pay by debit or credit card or bank transfer.
10 days prior to move in we will send you a welcome pack and an invitation for paying your first rental instalment.
At this point you will choose how you want to pay your rent. You can either pay us the full amount upfront or decide to pay us in instalments. If you choose to pay by instalments, you will need to provide a UK based guarantor or use our guarantor partner, Housing Hand.
Firstly, we recommend you check what is included in your studio. Most of the essentials (like toaster, kettle) are already included - so you don't need to bring these - but please check your specific property.
You cannot smoke in your room or anywhere within the accommodation. There are designated smoking areas outside which are clearly signposted.
Your contract ends in September 2021 and you are absolutely entitled to continue living in your room over the summer.
We understand how important it is to know that you are safe and secure at home. That is why Sodexo Security Services exists: to provide a safe, secure and supportive environment for all our residents and to help them settle in and transition smoothly to independent living.
Key to this service are our team members called Facilities Support Officers. Whilst they are all SIA licensed and trained to provide the range of traditional security services like patrolling, access control, CCTV monitoring and First Aid, their training and role extends far beyond this. We encourage all our Facilities Officers to continue their professional development by participating in our security development programme, endorsed by The International Professional Security Association but every day they provide a first point of contact for students, not only for incident reporting but to offer help and support with a whole range of sometimes complex and personal problems. Experts in conflict management, they can help with good order and noise issues and even mediate in problems between flat members, sensitively making sure that one person’s welfare is not affected by the “enjoyment” of another.
As a regular presence in the residence, they are trained to recognise the signs which may indicate a student is lonely or depressed or struggling with issues of health or wellbeing. Sometimes, being a good listener and a friendly face is enough, sign posting resources that might help whilst, at the same time, knowing when to pass the problem across to the appropriate supportive team or authority such as pastoral care or the police. Our officers act as “student ambassadors”, always presenting a feeling of safety and a caring attitude.