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Emily Bowes Court, London

4.5 (53 reviews)

Student Accommodation

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6 Lebus Street, London, England N17 9FD

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Basic Info

No Application Fee No Deposit No Service Fee Near bus station Near supermarket Elevator Near railway station Renovated Furnished Bills included Parcels collect

694 Total Units

Highest Floor 11

Built in 2016 · Renovated in 2024

Block Block A, B, Block B, block C, block D

Emily Bowes Court is a cutting-edge student housing in London offering a variety of Studio and En-suite rooms. Each room is equipped with its own bathroom, providing convenience and privacy. Situated just a short three-minute walk from Tottenham Hale London tube station, our golden location offers easy access to North and Central London. Emily Bowes Court London student accommodation is the perfect place for students studying at prestigious institutions such as UCL, University of the Arts (UA), SOASUW, KCL, CITY, etc.

 

Features:

Built in 2016, Emily Bowes Court boasts 694 beds, featuring five types of En-suite rooms and three types of Studio rooms, all equipped with en-suite bathrooms. The En-suite rooms are approximately 13 sqm in size and offer comfortable 3/4 double beds. Each individual suite accommodates 3 to 7 bedrooms. The Studios include spacious open-plan kitchens and bedrooms sized no less than 26 sqm, featuring 3/4 double beds. Moreover, all bedrooms have desks and chairs, creating ample and peaceful study areas. Each flat is fully furnished with an en-suite bathroom, kitchen, and study area, ensuring all your needs are met.

 

Our London accommodation at Emily Bowes Court provides additional amenities such as a spacious and inviting games room equipped with table tennis and table football, a common laundry room, a lounge room, a lobby, vending machines, on-site retail stores, trash rooms, and a quiet study room to cater to the basic needs of students. In addition, there are also some spaces for outdoor activities, such as an outdoor lounge, a courtyard, and a terrace. The rent includes all costs, including high-speed WIFI, water, electricity, and heating. In addition, there are many social events held in the apartment.

 

Location and What's Hot?

Location-wise, Emily Bowes Court is conveniently situated next to Tottenham Hale tube station, just a 4-minute walk away. It is in close proximity to City University London, University College London, King's College, Metropolitan University, and Central Saint Martins Granary Building Campus, among others. With easy access to major university campuses and an excellent transport network, it is an ideal choice for those studying in central London. Besides, daily purchase of fresh meat and vegetables is such a breeze since Emily Bowes Court is surrounded by supermarkets, including Tesco Express, Lidl, Asda Tottenham High Road Supermarket and so on. Students living in Emily Bowes Court can also walk to Asda Living Tottenham, Costa Coffee, or Markfield Park Cafe to take a sip of the coffee and enjoy a delicious dessert for a cosy afternoon.

 

Transport:

Allow us to provide a glimpse of the commuting times from Emily Bowes Court to some central destinations. The car journey to Central Saint Martins Archway Campus takes approximately 35 minutes, offering convenient access for students and visitors. Commuting by tube to Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design Granary Building is a quick 25-minute journey, serving as a convenient location for creative minds. Utilizing the underground system, you can reach University College London in just 22 minutes, providing easy access to a world-class educational institution.

 

Security & Services:

We invite you to experience the convenience and comfort that Emily Bowes Court offers for your student accommodation needs. Emily Bowes Court also offers top-notch security measures and services such as 24/7 security, doormen, security guards, CCTV cameras, fire system, voice intercom system, controlled access, gated community, elevators, mailrooms, package rooms with package lockers, bike storage space, and reception services. The CCTV cameras are strategically placed to ensure that students' safety is a top priority. In addition, the reception services are always available to collect parcels and resolve any other issues that may arise, making the living experience smooth and seamless for students in London.

 

 

 

Upgraded common areas for 2024

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4.5

53 reviews

Amazing area · 15
Great customer service · 14
Amazing facilities · 14
Super-fast internet · 14

GUAN**

5.0

02 Apr 2024 21:10

The surrounding supermarket is very convenient, the transportation is convenient, not far from the school
The surrounding supermarket is very convenient, the transportation is convenient, not far from the school

YANG**

5.0

02 Apr 2024 08:35

cost-effective, ucl students live here is very cost-effective
cost-effective, ucl students live here is very cost-effective
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House Rules

Cancellation Policy

No Visa No Pay

No Visa No Pay (NVNP)
a.If the student who has completed their booking has their visa application rejected, the student can provide evidence of the refusal and the booking will get cancelled with no liability.
b.For the evidence at 7(a) above to be valid it must:
i.be submitted within 7 days of the student receiving it;
ii.include the student's name and the date at which it was received;
iii.be received prior to 31 August of the Academic Year for those with tenancies starting in August or September;
iv.be received prior to 15 January of the Academic Year for those with tenancies starting in December or January.
c.Students can only cancel under 7(a) above, and under the NVNP policy, if they have applied for a visa and can evidence this. Students who haven't got a visa because they haven't applied for one are not eligible for the NVNP cancellation policy.

No Place No Pay

No Place No Pay (NPNP)
a.If the student who has completed their booking for a room is not accepted at a university in the city where they have booked a room with us, the student is able to cancel their room outside of the cooling-off period without the need for a replacement tenant provided they are able to provide evidence that they have not met the requirements for their offer or have been rejected by the university for some other reason.
b.For the evidence at 6(a) above to be valid it must:
i.be submitted within 7 days of the student receiving it;
ii.include the student's name and the date at which it was received;
iii.be received prior to 31 August of the Academic Year for those with tenancies starting in August or September;
iv.be received prior to 15 January of the Academic Year for those with tenancies starting in December or January.
c.We reserve the right to check with the university if the evidence is genuine or fake. Providing fake / photoshopped documents is forgery and is an offense punishable by law in the UK.

Refund Guarantees Time Limit

3 days to accept the offer+ 7 days cooling-off period
Once a booking is processed, the student has 3 days to accept the offer. It means for the student and the guarantor to accept the contract and pay the £250 advance rent payment. (For bookings in England only. No Advance Rent Payment is required for bookings in Scotland).

Once these steps are done, the booking is completed.
If one of the step is not completed within these 3 days, the offer will expire.
If the student still wants a room, we can re-process a booking, but we cannot guarantee that the same room or the same price will be available.
Once the booking is completed, the student has another 7 days to change their mind and cancel their booking without any reasons. This is called the cooling-off period.

Details

Making a Booking
Once a booking is processed, the student has 3 days to accept the offer. It means for the student and the guarantor to accept the contract and pay the £250 advance rent payment. (For bookings in England only. No Advance Rent Payment is required for bookings in Scotland).

Once these steps are done, the booking is completed.

If one of the step is not completed within these 3 days, the offer will expire.

If the student still wants a room, Accommodation Supplier can re-process a booking, but Accommodation Supplier cannot guarantee that the same room or the same price will be available.

International cancellation provisions
These additional cancellation provisions apply for any individual making a booking outside of the United Kingdom.

Cooling Off Period – the provisions for the Cooling Off Period set out in the main Cancellation Policy shall apply;
After the Cooling Off Period - Once the Cooling Off Period has expired the Tenant remains liable for the rent for the whole length of the tenancy unless they want to cancel with one of these 3 conditions:
No Place No Pay: the provisions for No Place No Pay set out in the main Cancellation Policy shall apply, save that this option shall not be available after the 31st August in the year the Tenancy Start Date is due to occur.
No Visa No Pay:if the student doesn’t get their visa to come and study in the UK, the student must send us the visa application rejection letter within 7 days of receiving it. On receipt of the required documentation, it will be verified and, provided Accommodation Supplier are satisfied, Accommodation Supplier will cancel your Tenancy Agreement and refund any deposit or advance rent paid in full. This option shall not be available after the 31st August in the year the Tenancy Start Date is due to occur.
No ATAS certificate, No Pay: Some international students coming to the UK to study in very specific fields need to apply for an ATAS certificate. (Academic Technology Approval Scheme). If a student’s ATAS certificate application is rejected the student must send us the ATAS certificate application rejection letter within 7 days of receiving it. On receipt of the required documentation, it will be verified and, provided Accommodation Supplier are satisfied, Accommodation Supplier will cancel your Tenancy Agreement and refund any deposit or advance rent paid in full. This option shall not be available after the 31st August in the year the Tenancy Start Date is due to occur.
The cancellation requests along with the proof documents must be sent by the student, from the email address they have registered their account with Accommodation Supplier.

If an agent is involved the evidence must be sent to the agent and then forwarded on to Accommodation Supplier.

Replacement Tenants – Before your Tenancy Start Date has occurred

If you have proposed a replacement Tenant prior to your Tenancy Start Date, Accommodation Supplier has complete discretion as to whether it:

a. accepts the proposed replacement Tenant and enters into a Tenancy Agreement with them;
b. places the room back on general sale; or
c. allocates the room it to an alternative student on a waiting list to enter into a Tenancy Agreement.

Accommodation Supplier will release you from your Tenancy Agreement on the date seven days after any of the above has occurred.

The student remains liable for the rent unless they find a replacement Tenant.

*Subjective change of school or room
Need to contact the apartment to confirm whether it can be processed
*Policy changes in real time, details are subject to the contract*
Application Policy

Education Requirement

PhD Permitted

Postgraduate

Undergraduate

Nationality or Region

Unlimited nationality

Required Documents

Offer See Example

Resident's valid copy of passport

Resident's valid copy of Visa

Passport See Example

Renewal Policy

need to confirm with the site team

Early Move-in Policy

Can I move in early?
Our standard tenancies have fixed dates and cannot be changed. However, if you are looking to move in earlier it may be possible to book an additional short stay tenancy and you will be charged for any additional nights. Check availability for your property by searching for it here.

Refund Policy

I am due a refund from Unite Students. How will this be processed?
The way that we process refunds depends on how you’ve paid your rent during your tenancy. If you pay by a Visa or MasterCard credit or debit card, your refund will be automatically processed back to the card that was used for your payment.

If you pay by bank transfer or direct debit, we’ll need you to provide your bank details so we can process your refund. To process this refund we use NatWest Payit to make it quick, secure and easy for us to send money straight to your bank account. Payit is provided by NatWest, but the great news is you do not have to be a NatWest customer to use it. You can select which bank account you would like the money to be credited to using OpenBanking.

You must have a UK bank account and UK phone number to use Payit. If your phone number has changed since you registered with Unite Students, you can change your registered mobile phone number by logging in to our website.

Room Assignment Policy

Can I choose who I live with?
When you book with us, your room will be allocated at random. If you have a preference on who you'll be living with (for example same sex flatmates or postgraduate flatmates) please contact us and we will see what the options are for you.

We will try to meet your preferences where we can, but we can't guarantee this as it is dependent on availability.

Want to book a flat with friends? Book using our Group Booking tool.

Pets Policy

No Pet

Room Change Policy

I want to move or upgrade my room. Can I do this?
All our show flats, and the images on our website, are representative of a particular room type unless labelled otherwise – however they are not identical. Your room will have all the same features and fittings, just in a slightly different set up. If you are unhappy with your room, please speak to the reception team. Where there are other rooms available we will offer these as an alternative. Please be aware that these requests may incur a charge.

Subletting Policy

Can I sublet my room to someone else?
No, subletting your room is not allowed. If you do wish to leave your contract early you will need to find a replacement tenant, and provide us with their details so that we can release you from your contract and create a new tenancy agreement for them.

Termination Policy

Can I check-out before the end of my tenancy?
Yes. You can leave any time before your contract ends, and we will process your check-out early. You’ll need to begin the check-out process in the MyUnite App and follow the step by step checklist, collect and fill out a checkout envelope and then return your keys, cards and fobs in the checkout envelope to a member of staff at reception. If you do decide to check-out early and surrender your tenancy, you won’t be entitled to any rent refund.

Smoking Policy

no indoor smoking

Check-in Guide

When can I move in?
You can move in on or after the start date of your tenancy.

Depending on the property you're moving into, you'll be able to use the Get Ready for Check-in feature within the MyUnite app to let us know your preferred arrival day and time. Unless specified otherwise you must book a check in slot so we know when you would like to arrive. Alternatively, you'll be sent further information on check-in days via email.

If you need to check-in outside of our reception open hours, call our 24/7 contact centre on 0300 303 1611 when you arrive. We’ll send a member of the team to welcome you to your new home.

Check-out Guide

How do I check-out?
You can begin the check-out process in the MyUnite App 24/7. When you’re ready to leave, simply click on ‘check-out today’ and follow the instructions. You’ll then need to collect a checkout envelope from reception and return your keys, cards and fobs to a member of staff at reception in the checkout envelope. If you cannot leave the envelope with a member of staff, leave safely in the key return box.

Double Occupancy Policy

Double occupancy rooms:

No double occupancy rooms.

Emily Bowes Court FAQs

When is the due date for rent payment?

Please log in to the Account of Unite Students, enter the Booking page, and click on the Tenancy agreement file. In the YOUR PAYMENT SCHEDULE BREAKDOWN part of the document, you can find the deadline for paying rent and the corresponding rent amount. [DATE] is the rent payment deadline (the format is day/month/year) [AMOUNT] is the amount of rent that needs to be paid

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What is Internal “Health checks” for hot cities’ bookings?

Students will be asked to provide their university offer or a screenshot of the university portal showing their name and enough information to confirm the student has completed the application process.↵↵For a small sample of students, Supplier might check with their university partners if they can confirm the offers and information are genuine.↵↵If the student doesn’t reply to any of the 3 attempts, Supplier will have a red flat to this booking.↵↵If Supplier still cannot get any contact from the student, Supplier will cancel the booking.

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When I make a reservation, is the advance rent paid a deposit? How to refund?

Advance Rent is prepaid rent, used as a deposit. After you successfully check in, Advance rent will be deducted from your rent and will not be refunded.

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Student Accommodation in London

When is the best time to look for student rooms in London?

The best time to look for the best student housing in London starts in May, although there will be student accommodation available all year round. But this is when landlords and London student accommodation providers begin advertising available properties for the upcoming academic year. First-year and international students generally start looking in January for student halls or shared housing in London. It'll be better to start your search as early as possible, ideally six months in advance, to have a wider selection of international student accommodation options and to secure the best deals. Start early if you want to book affordable accommodation in London!

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What should I look for when booking London accommodation for students?

While considering booking international student housing in London, there are a few things to bear in mind:

  • 1. Location: Near London universities, transportation lines, or amenities like shopping malls or restaurants.
  • 2. Budget: Consider London room rent and additional expenses like utilities and internet access. Research carefully if you want to rent affordable accommodation in London.
  • 3. Types of student accommodation: Choose between different room types, such as studio flats, en-suites, shared apartments, private rooms, or single rooms for rent in London.
  • 4. Room size: It depends on the number of people who will be living or your personal life needs, including a 1-bed or 2-bed flat to rent in London.
  • 5. Security: Prioritize student lodging in London with adequate security measures: secure entry systems and on-site staff for peace of mind.
  • 6. Facilities/Amenities: Check out what appliances and amenities, like laundry, gym access, and study areas, are included.
  • 7. Lease Agreement: Review lease terms carefully, including payment schedules, lease lengths, and any rules or restrictions.

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What types of accommodations for students are available in London?

Several London accommodation types meet the needs of international students. Choose from our wide range of student properties in London:

 

Student Studios: Studio apartments in London are available in single or multiple occupancies, with a private bedroom, living space, kitchen, and washroom.

 

En-suites: Designed for single occupancy, featuring private bathrooms and kitchen spaces for independent living.

 

Non-en-suites: i.e., shared accommodation London, which comes with a private bedroom, shared living space, shared kitchen, and shared bathroom. 

 

These are the main types of accommodations available to students in London. You can select your places to stay in London, England, considering your preferences, budget, and needs.

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