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Cheap living accommodation quick search engine. http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/ Find the cheapest places to live. Including bed and breakfast inns, Hostels, budget hotels, apartments, flats, bed sits, houses, cheap rooms and lodging to rent, caravans, homeless shelters, advice and more... en Luxury student apartment in southampton Posting by liambrown21, Friday, April 22, 2016, 12:17:

*luxury studio apartment*

Vita student a proud to offer a luxury studio apartment in the center of Southampton on the student district, the studio is part of a complex of studios for students, the studio offers en-suite bathroom, personal kitchen with kitchen supply's as standard, free weekly cleaning services, 32 inch smart TV with TV licence, study desk, bedside cabinets, wardrobes and amazing views across the city. The complex also has a wide range of facility's to offer such as breakfast bar, communal lounge and bar, stylish and modern reception and hallways, on site cinema, free subscription to the on site gym.

The complex is situated in the center of Southampton just a short 2 minute walk away from all the shops, restaurants and night life you could ask for also take a look at ocean village just a 5 minute walk away with ocean views, wine bars and restaurants. Southampton Solent university is just a 3 minute walk away along a popular student commuter route, Southampton University's various campuses are a 10 minute bus ride away, prices start from £171 depending on payment plan and length of stay.
check out the allocate room and prices for yourself in the link below.

http://www.vitastudent.com/locations/southampton/vita-student-at-richmond-hou...

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1049 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1049 Fri, 22 Apr 2016 12:17:38 +0000 Student Accommodation liambrown21
Urgent accommodation for single mum and 4 children needed Posting by KathyL, Thursday, March 24, 2016, 23:05:

I am a self employed single mum of 4, and in urgent need of emergency accommodation in the Thanet area ( Margate, broadstairs, Ramsgate). As we are currently facing homelessness in the next few days.
My children are enrolled in local schools and my eldest just started an apprentership also in the area.
We would be looking for a house, flat, hotel, etc... Size isn't an issue at this time.
Any suggestion most welcome.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1048 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1048 Thu, 24 Mar 2016 23:05:31 +0000 Refuge / Emergency Accommodation KathyL
Double bedroom to rent £550pcm including bills! Posting by Beckyr10, Monday, October 05, 2015, 15:31:

1 Double bedroom to rent for a single occupant. £550 per month (weekly payments are optional) All bills included!!! Available from the end of October / Beginning of November.

This room is situated in Hookwood, Horley (close to Gatwick airport) so easy for transport. The room is within a 5 bedroom semi-detached house with its own private driveway.

You will have your own private front door and hallway to access to this double room which is located on the ground floor. This room is furnished, items include; 1 double bed, 1 wardrobe, 1 bedside table, 1 chest of draws and 1 chest box. Please note that a TV is NOT included within this room however we do have all the correct cables so you are able to get the normal Freeview TV. (You will have a lock on your bedroom door for security purposes).

Within this property you will have full access to;

The kitchen – This includes your entire cutlery, dishwasher, 2 ovens with 5 hobs, your own cupboard and fridge and freezer space.

Utility Room – This includes a washing machine and airer to hang clothes on.

Bathroom – This comprises of a cubicle shower, heated towel rail, wash basin and toilet. If you do wish to have a bath this is available in the upstairs bathroom and this is a jet bath.

Lounge/dining area – Within the lounge/dining area you will find a large 6 chair dining table for use and an L shaped sofa and single recliner chair. The lounge has Virgin media TV and internet. We also have a pool table located within the lounge which is free for you to use.

Please note that there will be a rota for cleaning and this is something that you must stick by.

If you are interested in this property it is very important that you are ok with animals as we do have 2 dogs.

There are currently 3 tenants living within this property, we are all nice, kind, fun people, very easy to get along with. We don’t have any mad party’s and all work full time.

This property is located within walking distance to a Tesco superstore (around 5 mins walking), bus stops (around 5 mins walking) and Horley train station (around 25mins walking).

If you are interested in viewing this property or want any additional information the please call Becky on 07957 552164.

*Please note that you will be required to pay a holding/security deposit of £550. This will be returned to you when you leave the property providing there is no damage.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1047 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1047 Mon, 05 Oct 2015 15:31:07 +0000 Renting - Room Beckyr10
Well furnished one bedroom flat to rent in central london Posting by agathacarroll001, Wednesday, September 02, 2015, 12:09:

*Newly renovated* Fully Furnished, *secured entrance and designated parking* Large Bedroom, * VERY SPACIOUS,* Power shower with light and sound,* Conservatory Overlooking Large Garden,* Kitchen appliances not shared included,* Car PARK,* Cable TV,* Satellite TV* Internet Broadband,* Washing machine,* Dish washer,* Double glazed throughout* Security alarm installed,* Gas central heating also Situated very close to the transport links and all other local amenities.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1046 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1046 Wed, 02 Sep 2015 12:09:51 +0000 Renting - House / Flat agathacarroll001
Fully Inclusive room to rent Bristol Posting by 75nagshead, Wednesday, April 23, 2014, 17:52:

3 good sized double rooms available in a terraced house in Whitehall, Bristol for £385 per month. A £385 deposit is required.The rooms are furnished with bed, cupboard and drawers. There is a shared bathroom with toilet but also a separate toilet. Access to Virgin Media Wifi broadband is included in rent as are all your utility bills. There is a small garden to the rear and on street parking. Sorry no pets!

Bourneville Road is in a popular and well established residential area on the edge of St George and less than ½ mile from the main street, Church Road. Within walking distance of supermarkets and pubs (nearest a 2 minute walk) you also have just about every takeaway you can think of from Miss Millies to Chinese right on your doorstep. Church Road is also the major Bus route into Bristol city centre, which is only 4 miles away, and Bath is only 10 miles away. St George Park is a 6 minute walk with lots of open grounds for walking. Has a tennis court, bowling green and a skate park. And with 3 local train stations within a mile transport links couldn’t be better.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1045 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1045 Wed, 23 Apr 2014 17:52:55 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Fully inclusive double room in Canton, Cardiff Posting by 75nagshead, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 19:44:

Nice sized double room available in a 5 bed traditional style terraced house located in the Canton area of Cardiff. The house has Virgin Media Wifi broadband and your room comes with the essentials single bed, cupboard and drawers. All your utility bills are included in your rent of £400. A £400 deposit required. Sorry no pets!

Northumberland Street is in a well established residential area only 15 minutes walk from Cardiff Sports Stadium. Supermarkets, pubs and local takeaways are all less than ½ mile away in Cowbridge Road East. Queens Arcade shopping centre is less than 2 miles away. There are good transport links, with the nearest Train Station, Ninian Park, only 10 minutes walk. Cardiff city centre is just 1.5 miles away

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1044 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1044 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 19:44:26 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Fully inclusive double room to rent in St George, Bristol Posting by 75nagshead, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 19:37:

Good sized double room available in a 1930’s 6 bed terraced house in St George, Bristol. The room is furnished with a single bed, cupboard and drawers. Access to Virgin Media Wifi broadband is included in rent of £365 as are all your utility bills. A £365 deposit is required. Sorry no pets!

Summerhill Road is in a popular and well established residential area close to supermarkets, pubs and takeaways. Church Road, a busy and thriving area of St George is a short walk away. You will be on a major Bus route into Bristol city centre, which is only 3 miles away, and Bath is only 25 minutes away. And with 3 local train stations within 3 miles transport links couldn’t be better.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1043 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1043 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 19:37:44 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Fully inclusive double room to rent in Redfield, Bristol Posting by 75nagshead, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 19:30:

Good sized double room available in a 5 bed terraced house in Redfield, Bristol. The room is furnished with a single bed, cupboard and drawers. Access to Virgin Media Wifi broadband is included in rent of £385 as are all your utility bills. A £385 deposit is required. There is a shared garden laid to concrete. Sorry no pets!

Whitehall Road is in a popular and well established residential area on the edge of St George and less than ½ mile from the main street, Church Road. Within walking distance of supermarkets and pubs you also have just about every takeaway you can think of from Miss Millies to Chinese right on your doorstep. Church Road is also the major Bus route into Bristol city centre, which is only 2 miles away, and Bath is only 30 minutes away. And with 3 local train stations within 2 miles transport links couldn’t be better.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1042 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1042 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 19:30:19 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Fully inclusive double room in Redfield, Bristol Posting by 75nagshead, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 19:22:

I have a nice sized double room available in a terraced house in Redfield, Bristol. The house has 5 bedrooms and 1 bathroom and your room is furnished with a single bed, cupboard and drawers. Access to Virgin Media Wifi broadband is included in your rent of £385 as are all your utility bills. A £385 deposit is required. There is a shared outside space laid to concrete. Sorry no pets!

Gilbert Road is in a popular and well established residential area on the edge of St George close to the main street, Church Road. Within walking distance of supermarkets and pubs you also have just about every takeaway you can think of from Miss Millies to Chinese right on your doorstep. Church Road is also the major Bus route into Bristol city centre, which is only 1.5 miles away, and Bath is only 30 minutes away. And with 3 local train stations within a mile transport links couldn’t be better.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1041 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1041 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 19:22:20 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Fully inclusive double room in Quinton, Birmingham Posting by 75nagshead, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 19:15:

Nice sized double room available in a 4 bed terraced townhouse located in the Quinton area of Birmingham. The house has Virgin Media Wifi broadband and your room comes with the essentials single bed, cupboard and drawers. All your utility bills are included in your rent of £300. A deposit of £100 is required. Sorry no pets!

Clapgate Lane is in a well established quiet residential area close to Woodgate Valley Country Park, 450 acres of woodland ready to be explored. Supermarkets, pubs and local takeaways are all close by and Northfield Shopping Centre is just 3 miles away. There are good transport links being just 3 miles from the nearest Train Station and on the major Bus route to the city centre (about 4 miles away) taking you direct to Broad St, Brindley Place, Colmore Row etc and close to the University.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1040 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1040 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 19:15:50 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Fully inclusive double room to rent in Smethwick, Birmingham Posting by 75nagshead, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 19:08:

Good sized double room available in a large traditional style 5 bed terraced townhouse located in Smethwick near Bearswood, Birmingham. The house has Virgin Media Wifi broadband and your room comes with the essentials single bed, cupboard and drawers. All your utility bills are included in your rent of £300, a £100 deposit is required. Sorry no pets!

Cemetery Road is in a popular and well established residential area with many local amenities less than a mile away and good transport links being near the local Train Station and on the major Bus route to the city centre. Birmingham city centre is approximately 4 miles away.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1039 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1039 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 19:08:57 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Fully inclusive double room in St George, Bristol Posting by 75nagshead, Thursday, March 13, 2014, 18:56:

I have a nice sized double room available in a large detached house in St George, Bristol. The house has 6 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms and your room is furnished with single bed, cupboard and drawers. It has phone socket, TV and Virgin Media Wifi broadband and access to a shared garden. All your utility bills are included in your rent of £360. A £100 deposit is required. You will be currently sharing with 5 housemates all professionals under 35. Sorry no pets!

Nags Head Hill is in a popular and well established residential area on the edge of St George near Hanham. With good local amenities you will also be on a major Bus route to Bristol city centre (less than 2 miles away) and Bath only 30 minutes away. And with 3 local train stations within 2 miles transport links couldn’t be better.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1038 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1038 Thu, 13 Mar 2014 18:56:14 +0000 Renting - Room 75nagshead
Single room to rent Posting by OPENARMS46, Wednesday, February 05, 2014, 17:53:

Single man is looking to rent out his spare room to anyone who needs a room for what ever length of time from just a few days months or years.Ideally looking to rent to a lady but may consider males as well.Looking for ages 18 to 45 and any nationality.Prices will include all utilities and facilities.Ideally non smoker but if you do smoke all i ask is that you smoke in the rear yard.I have no problems if you wish to drink under my roof as i do to. You can also invite a friend over at weekends as long as you tell me in advance.Also i will not evict you if you cannot pay your rent 1 month as long as you do not make a ha bit of it.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1037 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1037 Wed, 05 Feb 2014 17:53:25 +0000 Renting - Room OPENARMS46
UK families likely to go without food to pay energy bills Posting by administrator, Tuesday, January 14, 2014, 13:34:

More than three million families are likely to cut back on food so they can pay their energy bills this winter, a report by the Children’s Society has revealed.

A nationwide survey, jointly produced with the Daily Mirror newspaper, also shows that more than half of the five million families that are likely to turn their heating down because of the cost are worried that their children will become ill as a result.

The Anglican Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, calls the situation for these children “a scandal” and says that it is a duty of our society to care for one another, whether young or old.

Cold conditions can increase the chances of children having respiratory and other health problems. In extreme cases, health conditions associated with the cold may contribute to children’s deaths.

New figures from the Office for National Statistics show there were 110 more deaths among children in winter 2011-12 than at other points that year.

For many families turning the heating on is driving them into debt. About 500,000 families said they would likely have to take a loan out this winter in order to help them with the costs of heating their home.

The Children’s Society is calling on the government to help tackle this problem by making the Warm Home Discount – a £135 discount on energy bills for low income families - automatically available to all families with children living in poverty.

As the new report Behind Cold Doors: The chilling reality for children in poverty shows, nearly two million children in poverty are currently living in families that do not get this crucial support.

Another 3.6 million children say their homes are too cold – 1.3 million said their home had damp or mould.

The Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu said: “It is a scandal that millions of children in this country are being forced to live in cold, damp homes. Parents are being forced to choose between the basics – food or warmth.

"In a society where all people are valued, whether they are old or young, it is our duty to care for one another. It’s never been more important for families in poverty to receive this vital support. This report from the Children’s Society gets it right – I hope it leads to a change of heart. All children are our national treasure.”

Children’s Society Chief Executive, Matthew Reed, added: “It is unacceptable that any child in this country is growing up in a cold home, the scale of the problem, as these figures show, is shocking.

“It’s alarming that three million families will be cutting back on food so they can pay their energy bills this winter. A new ‘heat or eat’ generation is growing up in Britain, as families desperately struggle to make ends meet. But something can be done about this immediately. Urgent action is needed now to make sure all children in poverty can have a warm home.”

www.childrenssociety.org.uk

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1036 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1036 Tue, 14 Jan 2014 13:34:32 +0000 News (General) administrator
Room in Dennistoun, Female only Posting by Jessica, Thursday, December 26, 2013, 22:05:

Hi :) my name is Jessica, 22 years old, living in Dennistoun, Glasgow.
I am looking for a FEMALE to share a 2 bedroom flat.

YOU WILL NEED TO PROVIDE PROOF OF INCOME OR A GARANTOR TO THE ESTATE AGENT.

I have 2 large bedrooms, a large living room, bathroom and a fully equipped kitchen plus a front garden, close to shops and amenities. The house is fully furnished.
You will have your own wardrobe,cupboards,shielves.
Rent is £260 each plus bills are about £100 each for gas,electricy and council tax.

Dennistoun is a quiet area; busses are very frequent to the city centre.
It is a 30mins walk to the city centre and a 15mins ride by bus.

I am a friendly, sociable, and easy to get on with person. I’m half Italian and half English. I work shifts so I am looking for someone who respects my working hours.
I like travelling, going out with friends, nights in front of a good film and Italian food :P
Please contact me if you think we could get on and we can arrange a viewing.

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1035 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1035 Thu, 26 Dec 2013 22:05:32 +0000 Renting - Room Jessica
Poorer areas face greater budget cuts than richer ones Posting by administrator, Thursday, November 28, 2013, 14:10:

Deprived areas across England and Scotland are seeing larger cuts to budgets - of around £100 per head - compared to affluent ones, according to a new report published by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation (JRF).

The interim report – Coping with cuts? Local government and poorer communities - is part of JRF’s programme of research to track the impact of tighter public spending and the state of the economy on poorer people and places.

Local government spending (excluding police, schools, housing benefit) is set to fall by nearly 30 per cent in real terms between 2008 and 2015 in England, while Scotland will see a 24 per cent reduction.

The research analyses the scale and pattern of cuts in spending on local government in England and Scotland since 2010.

The report found:

* Cuts in spending power and budgeted spend are systematically greater in more deprived local authorities than in more affluent ones, with a difference of around £100 per head in both England and Scotland.
* Deprived authorities have seen greater reductions in spending power (down by 21.4 per cent) than affluent ones (down by 15.8 per cent). A major reason for this discrepancy is that deprived authorities were more grant dependent than other authorities. The scrapping or consolidation of many specific grants (some of which were particularly geared to tackling deprivation) almost inevitably means that local authorities with the highest levels of deprivation will be disproportionately affected by austerity.
* Cuts are also generally greater in the North and Midlands than in the south of England, and in the west rather than the east of Scotland. The North-South difference is £69 per head.

Local authorities are also seeking to balance their budgets by increasing income and reducing demands on services via measures such as: developing businesses and attracting jobs; refocusing resources on the most vulnerable; and investing in programmes to stop needs intensifying.

John Low, Policy and Research Manager at JRF, said: “This is an important and very timely report which provides graphic illustrations of how spending cuts are playing out on the ground. As we approach the fourth austerity settlement for local government in December, it is clear the cuts are biting deep into the poorest and most deprived communities. Unless we can muster the national will to correct or mitigate the unacceptable divergence of resources between more and less affluent authorities, we are slowly but inexorably creating a more divided society.”

Annette Hastings, co-author of the report, said: “The changes underway within local government should not be underestimated. They will have significant consequences for the broad range of ordinary people who use local public services. If budget cuts continue at the levels anticipated, all but the most vulnerable will be expected to do more for themselves and to supplement state services with commercial alternatives.

“While the most vulnerable have been protected thus far from the worst effects of budget cuts, it is not clear how long this can continue. And we might also be concerned about how the people who just miss out when resources are refocused can cope with service reductions – we could be storing up problems for the future, for them and for society more generally.”

Glen Bramley, report co-author, added: “The extent of these cuts, sustained over a period of years and in the face of rising demands and costs, is unprecedented. Quite complex changes are happening in the financing system as well, which makes it difficult to track the impact clearly and completely. However, we can say that the extent of the cuts is greater in the more deprived authorities, and that some important services relied on more by poorer people are being cut substantially.”

www.jrf.org.uk

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1034 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1034 Thu, 28 Nov 2013 14:10:02 +0000 News (General) administrator
Rising rents ‘tipping bank of mum and dad over edge’ Posting by administrator, Wednesday, November 06, 2013, 13:21:

Britain’s housing crisis is putting parents under more financial strain than ever to ensure their struggling adult children can rent a home, a new survey has revealed.

A ComRes poll of parents for the National Housing Federation shows there are now nearly as many parents paying some of their adult children’s rent as there are helping them to buy a home. Adult children are now also asking parents for money towards rental deposits as the severe shortage of housing pushing housing costs up.

Private rents in England are now an average of £629 a month and are predicted to rocket 44% by 2020 to £906 a month2. This raises the prospect of parents having to dip into their savings and delay their retirement plans just so their children can live independently.

The survey found that:

* 13 per cent of parents help with money towards rent
* 9 per cent of parents help with money towards a deposit to rent a property
* 16 per cent of parents help with money towards a deposit to buy a property
* 7 per cent of parents help money towards mortgage repayments.

With thousands locked out of home ownership and struggling with rents, the Yes to Homes campaign is asking people and families to speak up and say we need more homes that they can afford.

National Housing Federation Chief Executive David Orr (pictured) said: “The housing crisis is having a domino effect through family generations because young people in decent jobs are relying on their parents just to rent a home – never mind save for a mortgage deposit. This is putting pressure on parents who are picking up the tab because for decades we haven’t built enough homes.

“We need to start building quality homes for the right prices in the right places – otherwise rents will continue rising, young people will continue struggling and the Bank of Mum and Dad will eventually go bust.

“But families around the country don’t have to wait for the Government to make this change. If people reach out to their councillors and tell them about their housing concerns, communities can get the homes they desperately need.”

www.yestohomes.co.uk

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1033 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1033 Wed, 06 Nov 2013 13:21:22 +0000 Renting - House / Flat administrator
Ladies accommodation offered Posting by OPENARMS46, Friday, October 18, 2013, 16:45:

Attractive and very friendly person is offering low cost overnight or short term accommodation for any ladies who are in need of somewhere to spend the night at short notice.So what ever your reason whether you are just passing through the area been made homeless or had domestic troubles i am willing to put you up.So why ever you need a bed for the night i am willing to offer you just that.For more details leave a message.:-)

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1032 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1032 Fri, 18 Oct 2013 16:45:03 +0000 Refuge / Emergency Accommodation OPENARMS46
Ensuite Student rooms available in City Centre Posting by UNITE Plymouth, Thursday, August 22, 2013, 14:27:

Still looking for your student accommodation for 2013/14? Book to live in Central Point. Situated smack bang in the city centre and a short stroll from Plymouth University, Plymouth College of Art and a short bus ride from City College Plymouth Central Point puts you in the middle of all the action!

The benefits of living with UNITE in Plymouth:
Your own room with 3/4 bed (like a small double), desk, office chair, wardrobe, shelving and your own personal shower room ensuite
Shared kitchen lounge with 4-8 other residents with oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, hoover, mop and bucket, iron and ironing board provided
Building common room with comfy sofas and flat screen TVs
Secure entry
On-site maintenance, Service and Sales and Service and Safety Teams ensuring you are looked after 24/7
All bills included in the room price - no caps, no limits, no hidden charges
8MB Broadband Wi-Fi included in the price
Basic contents insurance included in the price
UNITE Discount Loyalty Card giving UNITE residents exclusive discounts at several businesses across Plymouth - saving you money
Regular events programme ensuring your student experience is everything it should be

Need to arrive before 6th September? Call and talk to us about coming early!

So don't delay, rooms are selling out FAST! Call us on 01752 254000 and book today!

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1031 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1031 Thu, 22 Aug 2013 14:27:05 +0000 Student Accommodation UNITE Plymouth
Student En-suite rooms opposite Plymouth Uni Posting by UNITE Plymouth, Thursday, August 22, 2013, 14:21:

Still looking for your student accommodation for 2013/14? Book to live in Discovery Heights. Situated across the road from Plymouth University, Plymouth College of Art and a short bus ride from City College Plymouth Discovery Heights is on the edge of the city centre and the bottom of North Hill putting you right in the middle of all the action.

The benefits of living with UNITE in Plymouth:
Your own room with single bed, desk, office chair, wardrobe, shelving and your own personal shower room ensuite
Shared kitchen lounge with 4-7 other residents with oven, microwave, kettle, toaster, hoover, mop and bucket, iron and ironing board provided
Building common room with comfy sofas and flat screen TV, FREE pool table and a study area
Secure entry
On-site maintenance, Service and Sales and Service and Safety Teams ensuring you are looked after 24/7
All bills included in the room price - no caps, no limits, no hidden charges
8MB Broadband Wi-Fi included in the price
Basic contents insurance included in the price
UNITE Discount Loyalty Card giving UNITE residents exclusive discounts at several businesses across Plymouth - saving you money
Regular events programme ensuring your student experience is everything it should be

Need to arrive before 6th September? Call and talk to us about coming early!

So don't delay, rooms are selling out FAST! Call us on 01752 254000 and book today!

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http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1030 http://www.cheapplace.co.uk/posts/index.php?id=1030 Thu, 22 Aug 2013 14:21:09 +0000 Student Accommodation UNITE Plymouth