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About Straits Village

This Nottingham student accommodation is located in the heart of the city within walking distance to a variety of restaurants, cafes, and shops. Keep an eye for your favourite musicians coming to perform at the Motorpoint Arena nearby.  The city has many interesting places for you to explore in your free time like the City of Caves at the National Justice MuseumForest Recreation Ground, or Arboretum.

The building has Wi-Fi, all-inclusive bills, 24/7 security and CCTV, secure door entry systems, regular cleaning service, laundry facility, bike storage, social spaces, study areas, dining room, meeting rooms, an on-site gym, games room, cinema room, and a karaoke room.

** This building listed for informational purposes only. **

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Location

123 Huntingdon Street, Nottingham, NG1 3NG

It is a 7-minute walk to Nottingham Trent University and a 25-minute bus ride to the University of Nottingham. Tesco Metro is conveniently just across the street and multiple transport links are nearby.

Special Offers

Exclusive £50 Voucher
Refer a friend to get a £50 Amazon voucher. Hurry up! This offer is exclusive to Casita.

Terms & Conditions

Applicable on selected tenancies

  • Get the voucher delivered to your email address within 90 days of check-in

  • Refer your friend and earn a GBP 50/ USD 50/ AUD 50 Amazon voucher as they check-in

A booking is considered complete when there is:

  1. Signed Tenancy Agreement

  2. Payment of deposit, full rent/ first rent installment

  3. Accepted Guarantor Agreement, if applicable

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Facilities

24/7 Security + CCTV
Building has security teams and cameras to ensure you're safe at all times.
Accessibility
Rooms with easy-to-use differently-able facilities are available.
Communal Games Room
Pool table, tennis table or games console in a shared area/room.
Insurance
Contents of your room are to be fixed if you're not responsible for their damage.
Laundry
On-site laundry facilities to wash & dry your clothes without having to leave the building.
On-Site Cinema Room
Cinema/projector room for movie nights.
On-Site Gym
Well-equipped fitness centre.
On-Site Maintenance
Get things fixed immediately.
Social Area
Social spaces for events and relaxation.
Wi-Fi
Broadband in your room and/or Wi-Fi throughout the building.

Payment

**Paying in instalments for international students requires a UK guarantor.

**Up to 10 installments available.

Cancellation Policy

Can I cancel my booking?

If you accept an offer of accommodation online or by signing a Tenancy Agreement, and then decide you wish to cancel outside of the Initial Cancellation Period, the following applies:

  • You remain liable for the weekly rent (for each and every week or part week) until you are able to find another tenant that is acceptable to Homes for Students (it is your responsibility to find another tenant) and we are able to re-let the room
  • If we are able to re-let the room we will release you from the agreement upon payment of a £250 release fee which we will recover by retaining your deposit (which will not, therefore, be returned). If you have paid a different amount as a deposit (such as £150) then this is the amount that will be retained.

1st Year Applicants Only

If you are a prospective student and your offer of a place at your preferred University/Higher Education Institution is withdrawn by the University/Higher Education Institution, you may be eligible to be released from this agreement.

To apply to be released from the agreement you will need to provide:

  • Written confirmation that you wish to cancel your reservation.
  • Supporting evidence from the University or UCAS.

Special conditions

You can terminate your tenancy agreement if you have an existing medical condition and this is recorded on your application prior to a room offer being made. We will require medical proof with your application and you will be liable for a minimum of 4 weeks’ rent or to the end of the current rent period, whichever is longer.

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garry great
in the last week
hi my names Tom, i've been living at this accommodation since it opened. honesty its not great, theres one pro and it looks nice with cozy living space but there has been recurring problems. i'll list them for you- - every so often you get no warm water - constant fire alarm going of with no staff to turn it off - the accommodation is labeled as constant staff and that's false. due to this we cant receive parcels or have someone turn of the fire alarm. on the first few weeks people where trying to check in for there new rooms and move there stuff in but no staff was there to greet them. these people booked and stated a time but staff still didn't come. there was a ridicules waste puddle outside the accommodation at one point. i don't know if these are "teething" problems since its new but its problematic and needs fixing. i wont be staying next year.
Luciole (Luciole)
in the last week
First of all I’d like to say that I already rebooked for next year because I am currently enjoying my stay here and the location is too good to move anywhere else even if it’s for friends, proximity to university or just for the change by booking at another accommodation. It’s a new accommodation so much so that as I’m writing this the satellite image is still a construction site and I *think* I am one of the first people staying here. This should tell you that new accoms come with a lot of problems and faults. Pros and cons: Pros: * Location is amazing. 2 minute walk to the Victoria Centre and every bus stop is roughly 5 minutes away. * The staff are extremely helpful. Especially Sarah, she is always the reception and will try and help you if something is wrong or just answer any questions you have and get things sorted. If something is broken or needs to be replaced Paul is always there to help. They never make you wait, will do absolutely the best they can. * Nice big common room. When you don’t want to bring your friends or other people to your room you can always hang out in the common room. It’s mostly quite and very comfortable to just chill, sit around, chat or even eat! * The rooms where the trash cans are - this will sound weird but most accoms have a lot of problems with it - super accessible. Never smells weird because trash is frequently taken out. * No elevators and this is a good thing because every block is two floors max. So even for able-bodied people you never have to wait for the elevator, climb a bunch of stairs if the elevator breaks down (this happens a lot in other accoms). * It is frequently cleaned. * The rooms and kitchens are well equipped. Cons: * We are constantly out of warm water and take freezing showers. * The security is very weak. Almost anyone can get in and they need to work on that because we had so many intruders before messing up the common place, throwing eggs at flats’ windows before Halloween. * We had a poop puddle accident in September. It took them a while to fix it and it smelled vile. * The cleaning isn’t the best. * Laundry rooms only have a couple of machines and you may wait long hours to finally wash your stuff. * The gym advertised is smaller than my whole flat combined. * The kitchen (if you are living in a 2-bed apartment) is too small to accommodate two people at the same time + a MINI FRIDGE for two people is absolutely unacceptable. I have to think and cut back on the things I buy when I go grocery shopping because it won’t fit in the fridge. * The bathrooms (unless you are in a studio) are what my flatmate calls a “cubicle”. Unless you like multi-functioning as you can wash your hair, defecate and wash your hands at the same time, it isn’t very ideal.
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