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Trinity Hall, Chester

Student Accommodation

George Street, Chester, England CH1 3EQ

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Property ID: S00019639
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Basic Info

85 Beds

Trinity Hall is a cheap student accommodation in Chester offering 85 En-suite rooms, all provided with basic furniture and domestic appliances to help students quickly adapt to life in their new surroundings. The flats are ideally located across the river from Chester city centre, allowing students easy access to various supermarkets and restaurants. The area also has plenty of attractions and entertainment facilities, making it a popular leisure option for students outside of school hours. Best of all, Trinity Hall is within quick reach of the University of Chester and Cheshire College - South & West Chester Campus, making it an ideal choice for students.

 

Features

All rooms in Trinity Hall Chester are En-suite rooms, the most common type of student accommodation in the UK. All rooms are divided into 6 levels depending on size and facilities, and students need to share kitchen and living room space with 5-9 flatmates. However, bedrooms are equipped with private bathrooms to ensure privacy and hygiene. Besides, the bedrooms are also equipped with basic furniture such as double beds, tables, chairs, bookshelves and wardrobes. The kitchen and living room also offer amenities such as a TV, sofa, oven, microwave, etc., making it an excellent choice for students to socialise and relax. The flats have separate bike sheds to keep the property safe for students.

 

Location and What's Hot? 

Trinity Hall student accommodation has a wide range of amenities close by to cater for all students' basic needs. Students can choose from supermarkets such as Tesco, Iceland and Morrison's for daily necessities, each offering a distinctive range of food products. In contrast, International Supermarkets and Asian Spice offer a worldwide range of speciality items. For eating out, Papa Johns Pizza, Frodsham's Grill and Bollicini provide a wide range of delicious dishes that are sure to satisfy any appetite. The Stanley Arms, The Lock Keeper and the Oddfellows Arms are local pubs frequented by students.

 

Cross the river to the south to reach the Chester city centre area. The historic Chester City Walls and King Charles Tower can be seen first, and history buffs can take a leisurely stroll around the nearly intact Roman walls. For those who enjoy architectural beauty, nearby Chester Cathedral bears witness to various architectural styles from Norman to Vertical Gothic. Students who like to shop can head to the Grosvenor Shopping Centre, a modern retail haven nestled within the city's historic walls, a perfect blend of shopping, food, and leisure. Finally, the Storyhouse is the city's cultural heart, combining a library, theatre and cinema, and is a must-see for students of all interests.

 

Transport

For students living in Trinity Hall student housing, it's easy to get around, whether you're travelling to the University of Chester or attending classes at Cheshire College - South & West Chester Campus. The University of Chester is just a 14-minute walk away. If you are studying at Cheshire College, it is only a 17-minute bus ride away. In addition, Chester train station is a 13-minute walk from Trinity Hall, providing ample opportunity for weekend trips or travelling to other parts of the country.

 

Security & Services

At Trinity Hall Apartments, 24-hour surveillance and CCTV cameras cover the entire activity area to keep students safe. In terms of internet connectivity, free Wi-Fi is available throughout the halls of residence, or students can pay for upgrades as needed.

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House Rules

Cancellation Policy

No Visa No Pay

If your Visa has been refused then you will need to contact your accommodation team within 5 days of the refusal with the evidence of the refusal in order for your cancellation to be processed and deposit refunded.

No Place No Pay

This offer is applicable to undergraduate first-year students only.
If you are a prospective first-year undergraduate student, and your offer of a place at your preferred university/higher education institution is withdrawn as a result of not achieving the required entry grades, you will be eligible to receive a refund of your deposit.
You may also be eligible to cancel under “No Place, No Stay” if you choose to go to a different university in a city that does not have availability in the supplier's property because you have exceeded your expected grades.
To cancel under “No Place, No Stay”, you must supply;
(a) a copy of a written rejection letter from your chosen university/college or UCAS, which confirms that the results you
required for acceptance were not achieved;
(b) a copy of the proof of acceptance to a new university by UCAS adjustment (where you are still continuing to University)
This must be received by supplier's email or directly to your Accommodation management team within 5 calendar days of the date on which your results are published. On receipt of the required documentation, the agreement will be cancelled with a refund of your deposit.
‘No Place No Stay’ does not apply if the student withdraws their own application, please see Section 4.2 for ‘Cancellations after the cooling off period(s)’.
Please note that if the supplier's property is within the city for your new University then the above does not apply – you will (subject to availability) be offered a room within the alternative property and be required to sign an alternate AST with the new accommodation. If there is no availability, then your AST from your original property will be cancelled. Please contact info supplier's email to transfer your tenancy or to query availability within your alternative city location.

Details

4.Cancellation Policy

4.1 Cancellation during the cooling off period(s)
If you choose to cancel your booking with the property, you have 7 calendar days after signing your AST to do so if booking prior to 1 st August (where a tenancy has been sent prior to 1st August).
If you choose to cancel your booking with the property after (and including) 1st August, you have 24 hours after signing your AST to do so for all tenancies starting up to (and including) 30th September (where a tenancy has been sent out from 1st August).
If you made your booking fewer than 7 calendar days before your AST start date (or 24 if booked after 1st August), you may cancel your booking up until the day prior to your tenancy start date, without incurring penalty.
You may request to cancel your booking by sending an email to the property where a ‘Cancellation Pack’ will be sent to you for further details, or contacting your Accommodation Team directly.
If you choose to cancel your tenancy after 24 hours and within the cooling off period, then the property reserves the right to retain the deposit (or part thereof) in lieu of expenses occurred.

4.2 Cancellations after the cooling off period(s)
Any requests outside the above period will require you to find a student to replace you, who in turn will need to complete the AST and pay their deposit via StuRents. Once they have passed the 7 day/24 hour (as applicable) cool off period you will be released from the tenancy, this is known as a Tenancy Takeover.
For further information, guidance or assistance regarding Tenancy Takeover please contact your site team for your ‘Cancellation Pack’.

4.3 Cancellations after you have moved into the accommodation
You must speak to your local Accommodation Manager if you are thinking about leaving your accommodation. If you do decide to leave your accommodation during your contracted term, the landlord may agree to release you from your contract, providing the conditions set out below are met:
• You find a suitable replacement (who must be enrolled as a full-time student at a local university or college) to take a new tenancy agreement for your room for the remaining period of your contract.
• The incoming tenant must sign an AST with the property, providing the relevant requested documents, and where relevant, also providing a suitable UK Guarantor.
• Refunds due will not be processed until the incoming tenant taking over the contract has signed the AST, paid and moved into the accommodation.

Please note that you will be charged for the length of stay you occupied the room, and for any difference in rental amount between you and the replacing student (if applicable).

If you fail to find someone to take over your tenancy, you and your guarantor (if applicable) will be responsible for paying the full rent until the end of your contracted time at the accommodation.
It is the responsibility of the outgoing resident to provide the incoming tenant for a tenancy takeover. During the transition from outgoing to incoming resident, the room will be required to be professionally cleaned, this cost will be deducted from the outgoing resident’s deposit.
Where the property or their representative are able to assist with a Tenancy Transfer (subject to availability in the property), the cost of the room clean, marketing fees and/or commissions will be deducted from the outgoing resident’s deposit or rental refund (if applicable).
For further information, guidance or assistance regarding Tenancy Takeover please contact your site team for your ‘Cancellation Pack’

4.4 Cancellations by the property or the Landlord
Our terms and conditions require you to sign your AST within the period specified on your electronic AST. If you and your Guarantor (if applicable) fail to sign your AST within this timescale, your AST will be automatically cancelled.
If for any reason the property is not able to offer you accommodation once your AST is fully signed, we will contact you as soon as possible detailing the reasons why, or offering an alternative solution. If we cannot offer an alternative, or the alternative is not suitable, we will refund all monies paid to the property.

4.5 First-year students who do not get a place at university: “No Place, No Stay”
This offer is applicable to undergraduate first-year students only.
If you are a prospective first-year undergraduate student, and your offer of a place at your preferred university/higher education institution is withdrawn as a result of not achieving the required entry grades, you will be eligible to receive a refund of your deposit.
You may also be eligible to cancel under “No Place, No Stay” if you choose to go to a different university in a city that does not have availability in the supplier's property because you have exceeded your expected grades.
To cancel under “No Place, No Stay”, you must supply;
(a) a copy of a written rejection letter from your chosen university/college or UCAS, which confirms that the results you
required for acceptance were not achieved;
(b) a copy of the proof of acceptance to a new university by UCAS adjustment (where you are still continuing to University)
This must be received by supplier's email or directly to your Accommodation management team within 5 calendar days of the date on which your results are published. On receipt of the required documentation, the agreement will be cancelled with a refund of your deposit.
‘No Place No Stay’ does not apply if the student withdraws their own application, please see Section 4.2 for ‘Cancellations after the cooling off period(s)’.
Please note that if the supplier's property is within the city for your new University then the above does not apply – you will (subject to availability) be offered a room within the alternative property and be required to sign an alternate AST with the new accommodation. If there is no availability, then your AST from your original property will be cancelled. Please contact info supplier's email to transfer your tenancy or to query availability within your alternative city location.

4.6 Visas
If your Visa has been refused then you will need to contact your accommodation team within 5 days of the refusal with the evidence of the refusal in order for your cancellation to be processed and deposit refunded.

4.7 Room Moves
If you wish to change rooms, please contact the Property Accommodation Team to discuss your requirements. If you are upgrading to a higher standard of room, you will have to agree to any uplift in rent prior to the room move being processed. All room moves are subject to availability. Please note all rental monies must be paid prior to the transfer of rooms.
If your room is not ready or available for occupation at the start of your tenancy agreement, then the property will provide you with an alternative room (preferably in the same accommodation, however the property reserves the right to provide an alternate accommodation in/during emergency circumstances at an alternative accommodation).
If during/prior to your tenancy, your accommodation becomes unfit for occupation due to an incident (including but not limited to fire, flood or loss of essential service), you will be provided with alternative accommodation in the local area covered by the building insurance (subject to availability, and therefore may not be possible to provide the same facilities ie kitchen/gym) for the duration of the incident and in line with your tenancy end date (if your tenancy date ends prior to your return to the accommodation then the alternative accommodation will cease from the end date of your tenancy agreement). This temporary accommodation does not affect your legal obligation to pay rent as per Section 3 in the tenancy agreement.

Trinity Hall FAQs

Can I have a friend stay overnight?

Your guests are more than welcome to accompany you and the apartment asks that you let the apartment team know and that your roommates are also considered. You are solely responsible to your guests and will be held liable for any complaints or damages caused by them.

How do I report a room maintenance issue?

Within 7 days of your arrival you will receive a checklist to complete and any issues you may find can be reported to property staff – who can then resolve them for you.

When should I check out?

Your final check-out date is the end date of the tenancy. You can leave before the tenancy end date, you just need to sign at reception to inform the on-site property team that you have left and do not intend to return.

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