Monday to Friday 9:00am – 4:30pm
The search begins on the 1st November for the following academic year. Please note that by Christmas it’s usually the case that the majority of our properties have been taken.
Normal practice is to give current tenants 24 hours notice. However, on some occasions viewings can be made on the same day with the existing tenants’ permission. Call us on 0114 266 9900, email firstname.lastname@example.org or come in person to the office at Collegiate Crescent and Ecclesall Road to arrange a viewing.
You will need to come to the office prior to the viewing and we will take you from here.
Yes we do – from 10:30am – 4:30pm during November and December only.
Yes they are – all are fully furnished and include kitchen appliances. However you must provide your own bedding and kitchen utensils.
No. The price is per individual person per bedroom in the house.
Yes we do. These will be in shared student houses, where you will have your own bedroom but will share the communal facilities with the rest of the house.
On most of our properties we offer the option of bills included.
This is a document that states how environmentally friendly and energy efficient a property is. All of our properties’ EPCs are available to view with one week’s notice.
Yes, but just one per property. Find more details and sign up for a payment schedule at TV Licensing.
Yes, your goods and possessions are your own responsibility in the property. Endsleigh Student Insurance is the company the NUS recommends.
Although our properties are fully furnished with beds, cupboards and kitchen appliances, they do not include kitchen utensils such as crockery or cutlery, nor do they come with other household items such as vacuum cleaners, mops, toasters, irons, ironing boards, sheets, duvets, pillows or pillow cases.
No. However, there are phone points for tenants the connection of wireless routers. Specialist student broadband packages are also available through popular ISPs.
Occasionally, if we’re refurbishing a property, then a summer discount may be available. Contact the office for details.
We request that tenants do not bring their own furniture, as all furnishings that are brought into the property must comply with the furniture and furnishings safety regulations.
12 months. However, this is dependent on whether or not the property is due for refurbishment.
Claypenny Properties require a one-off administration fee, which means that if you should decide to stay with us for a following year, you will not be charged any additional fees.
Yes. The deposit will be registered with the Deposit Protection Service (DPS). Only one deposit is required, which means that if you stay with us for longer than 1 year then you will not need to make a second deposit.
We happily accept cash, credit card or online transfer. Contact our offices for more details.
We will collect your deposit at the time of signing the contract.
You will sign a fixed term short hold tenancy agreement. This contract will be legally binding and will make you liable for rental payments for the full duration of the contract.
Once you and all other tenants have paid your deposits and made your upfront initial rental payments, the keys will be available for collection at our office on the first day of the tenancy.
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