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Apollo Court, Liverpool

1.0 (2 reviews)

Student Accommodation

6 Greek Street, Liverpool, England L3 5QJ

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Basic Info

No Service Fee 24 hours security Bills included Parcels collect Double Occupancy(Free)

218 Beds

Built in 1996

Block A, B, C

Apollo Court is a cosy and comfortable student accommodation in Liverpool, offering a wide selection of en-suite rooms and studios. With spacious communal areas such as study rooms, lounges and cinema rooms, Apollo Court offers residents the pleasure of a communal recreation room and outdoor patio. Apollo Court is located in the University of Liverpool area and is an easy walk to the University of Liverpool (8 minutes walk) and Liverpool John Moores University (5 minutes walk). With a selection of supermarkets close by and Tesco Express and Lidl within a 4-minute walk, Apollo Court is committed to providing residents with a high-quality living experience.

 

Features

Apollo Court is a 4-storey, 218-bed flat offering 2 En-suite (private bathroom, shared kitchen) and 2 Studio (private bathroom and kitchen) room types. All rooms are equipped with a comfortable bed, a desk, a chair, lockers and mirrors. The kitchen has a fridge, induction hob, extractor hood, microwave and cupboards. The flats also have a study room, gym, dining room and games area to add colour to student life. The rent includes Wi-Fi, property insurance and other communal bills, so you don't have to worry about paying extra.

 

Location and What's Hot?

Apollo Court student flats are located in the University of Liverpool area, around a 5-minute walk from the city centre. TJ's is a 3-minute walk away, where you can buy your favourite bedding. It's time to refuel after a hard day's study, with popular places like Bagelry or Bold Street Coffee just a stone's throw away. There is a Tesco within a 10-minute walk of the flat, and a larger Tesco can be reached within 15 minutes.

 

The flat is just a 10-minute walk from the University of Liverpool and the University of Liverpool Students' Union, where you can attend all sorts of student events such as social evenings, parties, etc. It is also an excellent opportunity to make new friends. With restaurants such as Old Shujin and SIDA, you can experience the convenience and speed of Liverpool within walking distance.

 

Transport

Students living in Apollo Court flats are within an 8-minute walk of the University of Liverpool and a 5-minute walk of Liverpool John Moores University, making it very convenient to attend classes. Apollo Court is situated in a vicinity that is close to Pembroke Place ( Stop D), which is a 1-minute walk from the accommodation and is ideal for a weekend getaway. The Greek St bus stop is also a 1-minute drive, right down the Liverpool Lime Street train station, which is a 5-minute walk away, and Liverpool Central train station is a 10-minute walk away, making it easy to travel to Leeds and Manchester.

 

Security and Service

Apollo Court student flats are fully covered by high-speed internet and are serviced by a friendly receptionist and maintenance team. The flats offer a dedicated kitchen with regular cleaning service and complimentary contents insurance.

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2 reviews

QUE**

1.0

25 Sep 2023 12:03:19

The customer service of living in a foreign land is irresponsible. The three people who were contacted before became four people, and a foreigner was added to come in.
The customer service of living in a foreign land is irresponsible. The three people who were contacted before became four people, and a foreigner was added to come in.

Yang**

1.0

11 Dec 2021 21:10:35

1 point is given to the environment, 1 point is given to the bedside lamp, and 1 point is deducted for the relationship between a good home in a foreign land and the apartment. The surrounding area is very close to the supermarket, and the distance from the city center and the school is also a relatively moderate location. There are bedside lamps that are not available in many apartments. These two are satisfactory places. There are too many shortcomings. For example, there is no elevator, poor service attitude, old facilities, and slow repair speed. If I was deceived here by a good home in a foreign country, living in an apartment and being instigated by a good home in a foreign country, and scolded by the apartment, the 1 point is really only because of the environment.
1 point is given to the environment, 1 point is given to the bedside lamp, and 1 point is deducted for the relationship between a good home in a foreign land and the apartment. The surrounding area is very close to the supermarket, and the distance from the city center and the school is also a relatively moderate location. There are bedside lamps that are not available in many apartments. These two are satisfactory places. There are too many shortcomings. For example, there is no elevator, poor service attitude, old facilities, and slow repair speed. If I was deceived here by a good home in a foreign country, living in an apartment and being instigated by a good home in a foreign country, and scolded by the apartment, the 1 point is really only because of the environment.
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House Rules

Cancellation Policy

No Visa No Pay

If you failed to obtain visa needed to take up your University place at the start of the 2024/25 academic year, you may be able to cancel. Please email or write to your Property Team explaining the reason(s) you need to cancel and enclosing official written evidence from the relevant University and/or Summer School and/or UCAS and/or visa authorities/embassy supporting the reason(s) why you cannot attend the relevant University.
If sufficient evidence is provided to our satisfaction, you will be eligible for release from your tenancy agreement from the date of our approval of your cancellation request (which will not be earlier than the date we receive satisfactory evidence) and we will arrange to return your deposit (if you have already moved into your accommodation, this would be minus any deductions relating to unpaid rent owed (if any) for the period you have occupied the Accommodation up to the approved date of cancellation and the condition of your room/flat upon your departure).

No Place No Pay

•Failed to receive the grades needed to take up your University place at the start of the 2024/25 academic year.
•The pre-sessional English language course required to take up your University place is cancelled.

If you’ve confirmed your Student Roost accommodation but then can no longer attend the affiliated University for the 2024/25 academic year for one or more of the above reasons, you may be able to cancel. Please email or write to your Property Team explaining the reason(s) you need to cancel and enclosing official written evidence from the relevant University and/or Summer School and/or UCAS and/or visa authorities/embassy supporting the reason(s) why you cannot attend the relevant University.
If sufficient evidence is provided to our satisfaction, you will be eligible for release from your tenancy agreement from the date of our approval of your cancellation request (which will not be earlier than the date we receive satisfactory evidence) and we will arrange to return your deposit (if you have already moved into your accommodation, this would be minus any deductions relating to unpaid rent owed (if any) for the period you have occupied the Accommodation up to the approved date of cancellation and the condition of your room/flat upon your departure).

Refund Guarantees Time Limit

COOLING-OFF PERIOD

You can cancel your booking in writing or by sending an email directly to the Property Team within 7 days of accepting your tenancy agreement. If you decide to cancel your accommodation booking within these 7 days, we will arrange a full refund of your deposit.

If you book your accommodation on or after 1 August 2024, your cooling off period will reduce to 24 hours only from the point you accept it. If you do cancel your booking within these 24 hours, we will arrange the return of your full deposit.

Please note that if you check in to your accommodation and collect the keys during the cooling-off period, the cooling-off period will immediately and automatically end at the point you accept the keys.

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CANCELLATION POLICY RELATING TO
BOOKINGS FOR THE 2024/25 ACADEMIC YEAR AT PROPERTIES IN
ENGLAND, SCOTLAND AND NORTHERN IRELAND

A.COOLING-OFF PERIOD

You can cancel your booking in writing or by sending an email directly to the Property Team within 7 days of accepting your tenancy agreement. If you decide to cancel your accommodation booking within these 7 days, we will arrange a full refund of your deposit.

If you book your accommodation on or after 1 August 2024, your cooling off period will reduce to 24 hours only from the point you accept it. If you do cancel your booking within these 24 hours, we will arrange the return of your full deposit.

Please note that if you check in to your accommodation and collect the keys during the cooling-off period, the cooling-off period will immediately and automatically end at the point you accept the keys.

B. CANCELLING AFTER COOLING-OFF PERIOD HAS EXPIRED

If you wish to terminate your tenancy agreement after the cooling-off period has expired, there are some circumstances where you may be able to be released from your tenancy, e.g. if you can evidence that you are not/are no longer a student at university. In other cases, you may need to find a replacement tenant.

Please read the sections below and check whether any of the situations described apply to you.

To submit a cancellation request, please send an email or letter directly to your Property Team with supporting evidence as set out below. The Property Team will respond as soon as possible with a decision or requesting additional information to support your request. Please note that failure to send any, or insufficient, official written evidence supporting the reason for your cancellation request may delay a decision being made.

We assess all cancellation requests on a case-by-case basis.

The following procedure applies to the below:
•Failed to receive the grades needed to take up your University place at the start of the 2024/25 academic year.
•Failed to obtain visa needed to take up your University place at the start of the 2024/25 academic year.
•The pre-sessional English language course required to take up your University place is cancelled.
•University entry is deferred from the start of the 2024/25 academic year until the start of the 2025/26 academic year.
•Choice of University for the start of the 2024/25 academic year has changed to a different city where Student Roost accommodation is unavailable.

If you’ve confirmed your Student Roost accommodation but then can no longer attend the affiliated University for the 2024/25 academic year for one or more of the above reasons, you may be able to cancel. Please email or write to your Property Team explaining the reason(s) you need to cancel and enclosing official written evidence from the relevant University and/or Summer School and/or UCAS and/or visa authorities/embassy supporting the reason(s) why you cannot attend the relevant University.

If sufficient evidence is provided to our satisfaction, you will be eligible for release from your tenancy agreement from the date of our approval of your cancellation request (which will not be earlier than the date we receive satisfactory evidence) and we will arrange to return your deposit (if you have already moved into your accommodation, this would be minus any deductions relating to unpaid rent owed (if any) for the period you have occupied the Accommodation up to the approved date of cancellation and the condition of your room/flat upon your departure).

If you have changed your mind about your choice of University and wish to study in a different city for the 2024/25 academic year, we will seek to place you in Student Roost accommodation in that city, if such accommodation is available. Please note that a new tenancy agreement will have to be entered into and the room type and rent for the new Student Roost accommodation in the different city may be different from the room type and rent for the original Student Roost accommodation. For example, the rent amount for the new Student Roost accommodation in the different city may be higher than the rent for the original Student Roost accommodation. If alternative Student Roost accommodation is not available, and you provide sufficient evidence of your change in circumstances as set out above, you will be eligible for release from your tenancy agreement from the date of our approval of your cancellation request (which will not be earlier than the date we receive satisfactory evidence) and we will arrange the return of the deposit (minus any deductions that apply if you have moved in).

The following procedure applies to the below:
•Eviction from University
•Voluntary withdrawal from University

Cancelling your tenancy agreement for one of the above reasons is subject to approval at Student Roost’s sole discretion. We will consider cancellation requests for these reasons on a case by case basis.

Please email or write to your Property Team explaining the reason why you would like to cancel your tenancy and enclosing official written evidence from the University supporting the reason for your request.

Please note that until a decision is made by Student Roost you will continue to be liable for the rent.

If your cancellation request is approved, you will be released from your tenancy agreement from the date of our approval (which will not be earlier than the date we receive satisfactory evidence supporting the request), and we will arrange the return of your deposit (minus any deductions relating to unpaid rent and/or the condition of your room/flat upon your departure).

The end of the academic year, or the conclusion of any examination period, does not qualify for release from the tenancy and tenants will remain liable for the full tenancy period in their tenancy agreement. For the avoidance of doubt, you will remain fully liable for the entire duration of the tenancy agreement regardless of the academic calendar or exam schedules.

The following procedure applies to the below:
Change of mind.
Booked different accommodation.
Accepted onto a placement or exchange programme.
Single semester course.
Classes temporarily or permanently being delivered online.
Decide to commute to your University city.

If you do not wish to live at Student Roost for one or more of the above reasons you will be required to find a replacement person to take over your tenancy. YOU ARE ONLY PERMITTED TO DO THIS UNTIL 31 MAY 2025. FROM AND INCLUDING 1 JUNE 2025 A TENANCY TAKEOVER IS NOT POSSIBLE.

The replacement person must be a student and match the preferences of the accommodation (e.g. female-only flat), and you must not have any rent arrears. Also, an existing resident/an individual who has a completed 2024/25 room booking with Student Roost cannot be used as a replacement person.

A TENANCY TAKEOVER FEE OF £50 WILL APPLY. This fee is non-refundable and covers the costs associated with changing your tenancy agreement.

The replacement person must sign a contract for the entire length of your tenancy agreement and secure this with payment of the deposit. If a replacement person is found, you will be released from your tenancy agreement from the start date of the replacement person’s tenancy period, provided that the replacement person has signed their tenancy agreement and any applicable cooling-off period has expired. Student Roost will also return your deposit (minus any deductions relating to unpaid rent and/or to the condition of your room/flat upon your departure). PLEASE NOTE THAT YOU WILL REMAIN LIABLE FOR THE RENT UNTIL THE REPLACEMENT PERSON HAS SIGNED THEIR TENANCY AGREEMENT AND PAID THE DEPOSIT, ANY APPLICABLE COOLING-OFF PERIOD HAS EXPIRED AND THEIR TENANCY PERIOD HAS STARTED.


Updated 30 October 2023

Double Occupancy Policy

Double occupancy rooms:

Studio: Increase of £0 per Week

Apollo Court FAQs

Some Studio room types allow double occupancy, can my friend stay with me?

Yes, you need to reconfirm with the apartment whether the room type you choose allows double occupancy, and the co-resident needs to be a student.

What is the general difference between Bronze/Silver/Gold/Platinum room types?

The main difference is the size of the building area, but each room has the same furniture, decoration style, etc. Note: There may also be other minor differences between apartment buildings in different cities.

Can I switch if I don't like my room?

If other students cancel the room, or agree to exchange with you, you can contact the property management team of the apartment, and the staff will try their best to meet your needs. However, except for the different room types and different building areas, the configuration and facilities of each room are the same.

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