Cambridge Halls And Houses Price Information Price

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Cambridge halls and houses - January 2019 intake (this document is for guidance only and is subject to change)
All content is
subject to
change
The Railyard
Off-campus
Peter Taylor
House
On-campus
Swinhoe Hall
On-campus
Anastasia House
Opposite
campus
Collier Rd
houses*
Adjacent to
campus
University
houses
Off-campus
YMCA
Off-campus
Sedley
Court
Off-campus
Harston
House**
Off-campus
Cost per week £175.08 £141.96
Standard: £128.73
Large: £137.62
En-suite: £146.44
£159.67
£95.83 - £154.28
Average:
£116.76
£93.87 - £144.27
Average:
£125.16
Standard: £135.82
En-Suite: £154.28
£136.43
£394 per month
(Increases in
April 2019)
Cost for total
tenancy
£4201.92
£3042
Standard:
£2758.50
Large room:
£2949
En-suite: £3138
£3421.50
£2053.50 -
£3306
Average: £2502
£2011.50 -
£3091.50
Average: £2682
Standard:
£6985.03
En-Suite: £7934.40
£3137.89 £4,728
Deposit and
application fees
£250 deposit none none none none none £300 deposit £300 deposit none
Advanced rent
5 week’s rent
due by 18
December
2018
£300 at point of
application to
secure the room
£300 at point of
application to
secure the room
£300 at point of
application to
secure the room
£300 at point of
application to
secure the
room
£300 at point of
application to
secure the room
1-3 month’s rent
before moving in
Up to six
weeks rent
before
moving in
7 weeks rent
before moving
in
Guarantor
required
Yes, if paying
in instalments
No No No No No No No Yes
Length of
tenancy
24 weeks
23 January
2019 – 10 July
2019
21 weeks and 3
nights
23 January 2019 –
22 June 2019
21 weeks and 3
nights
23 January 2019 –
22 June 2019
21 weeks and 3
nights
23 January 2019 –
22 June 2019
21 weeks and 3
nights
23 January
2019 – 22 June
2019
21 weeks and 3
nights
23 January 2019
– 22 June 2019
51 weeks and 3
nights
23 January 2019 –
19 January 2020
23 weeks
19 January
2019 - 28
June 2019
51 weeks
Management
Downing
Students
Anglia Ruskin
University
Anglia Ruskin
University
Anglia Ruskin
University
Anglia Ruskin
University
Anglia Ruskin
University
YMCA Aldwyck
Sanctuary
Housing
Number of
bedrooms
244 254 121 68
95 (5-8 beds per
house)
174 (2-10 beds per
house)
33 150 72
Type Hall with flats
Hall with
communal
corridors
Hall with...

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