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About Tramworks Unite

This student housing in Glasgow offers an en-suite room in a shared flat and a studio where, in addition to your own bathroom, you’ll have your own kitchen. The kitchen features cooking hobs, a fridge freezer, a kitchen bin, a microwave, a noticeboard, an oven, a sofa, and a ventilation system. As for the bedrooms, they feature a bedside table, a desk chair, curtains, a desk, a full-length mirror, under-bed storage, and a wardrobe. The bathroom includes a bath, a toilet, a bathroom mirror, a shower, a toilet roll holder, and a towel rail.

This student housing in Glasgow offers a variety of amenities such as all-inclusive bills, bike storage, laundry facilities, on-site car parking (extra charge), a gym, printing facilities, common area, communal study space, outdoor social space, Wi-Fi in common areas and flats, CCTV, an on-site service team, contents insurance, maintenance support, 24/7 assistance, fire system, and secure access. 

Glasgow, the city of fancy art collections and history, is a great place to begin your educational journey. This global green city is a place where you can have many eco-friendly ways to travel around and see all the sights. A good and delightful time is all we assure you to have in Glasgow city.

There are many things to do outside of this student home. Being right in the thick of the West End, Kelvinhaugh, and Finnieston neighbourhoods, there’s a wealth of incredible food, drink, nightlife, and culture right on your doorstep. Ox and Finch is a trendy, high-ceilinged venue with a casual vibe, offering creative, contemporary tapas-style dishes. If you are up for a good steak, The Butchershop Bar & Grill is your place to go. It is a Manhattan-style space of exposed bricks and round booths of sumptuous leather serving a meaty menu. Also, you can find McDonald’s a few blocks away.

*For short-term inquiries, please call us for more information. 

*The building accepts dual occupancy studios and some One-Bedroom flats. There is a new policy in place which incurs a 25% surcharge on the weekly rate.

*Please note that the tenancy will be under one student name only as we cannot have 2 tenants listed on the contract. The booking form should include the name of the student who will be responsible for the rent and the name of the second tenant.

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107 Kelvinhaugh Street, Glasgow, G3 8PX

University of Glasgow is an 11-minute walk away while University of Strathclyde is an 11-minute ride away. Derby Street bus stop is 7 minutes away while Argyle St bus stop is a 5-minute walk away.

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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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24/7 Security + CCTV
Building has security teams and cameras to ensure you're safe at all times.
Rooms with easy-to-use differently-able facilities are available.
Bills Included
No extra fees for water, gas or electricity.
Communal Games Room
Pool table, tennis table or games console in a shared area/room.
Your room comes with a bed, wardrobe and study desk.
Contents of your room are to be fixed if you're not responsible for their damage.
On-site laundry facilities to wash & dry your clothes without having to leave the building.
On-Site Gym
Well-equipped fitness centre.
On-Site Maintenance
Get things fixed immediately.
On-Site Management
On-site managers to ensure your safety.
Secure Bike Storage
On-site bike racks to park safely.
Social Area
Social spaces for events and relaxation.
Storage Space
On-site spaces to store your belongings.
Broadband in your room and/or Wi-Fi throughout the building.


International students can pay in 4 instalments for long-term bookings without a UK guarantor.

8 instalments for International students booking in SOME properties in Liverpool is available now.

Please note that to complete bookings we require the following:

  • The £250 Advance Rent as stated on the tenancy document (for the avoidance of doubt, no Advance Rent is required for bookings in Scotland).
  • There is no Deposit for properties in Scotland. 
  • Payment details – International students can choose to pay via bank transfer or by card.  
  • The tenancy agreement needs to be agreed upon by both the student and the guarantor
  • Multiple cities don't require ARP, including Aberdeen, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Sheffield, Bedford, Birmingham, Cardiff, Coventry, Durham, Leicester, London, Loughborough, Medway, Portsmouth, Reading, Southampton, and Leeds. 

UK Students can pay up to 7 instalments for Long-term bookings. 

Cancellation Policy

7 days Cooling Off Period After Booking Confirmation

Provided the 7 Day Cooling-Off-Period has expired, you will have to pay all amounts due under your Tenancy Agreement unless a replacement Tenant is found for your Room or you enter into a new Tenancy. 

If a replacement Tenant is found for your Room after your start date, we will release you from your Tenancy Agreement from the start date of the replacement Tenant's new Tenancy Agreement. If you have occupied the Room prior to this, you will be charged £50.00 to cover our costs of preparing the Room for the replacement Tenant.

No Place No Pay – applicable to 1st-year students only. 

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

To apply to be released from this agreement in the circumstances referred to above, you will need to supply us with a copy of:

  1. a written rejection letter from your chosen university/college or UCAS or a screenshot of your UCAS status which confirms that the required results were not achieved; or
  2. a copy of the proof of acceptance of your new university by UCAS adjustment. 

These document(s) must be received by us within 7 calendar days from the date your results are published. 

31 May Cancellation Promotion: if you book a room with Unite Students for the 2021/22 academic year by 31 May 2021, you can cancel your booking before this date without penalty.

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Jelena Jevtic
a year ago
A disclaimer: I have never actually been to Unite Tramworks, but have formed my opinion on the basis of Unite's policies and correspondence with staff. I booked a semester-long stay with Unite Tramworks seeking to be closer to University of Glasgow and my colleagues. Recently, I found out that my visa processing would be delayed due to COVID-19 craziness. When I asked for a flexible check-in due to the circumstances that were out of my control, I was denied and told by a staff member that "Unite is a business and its priority is to make money." Sure, I can understand that Unite has to make money somehow, but a better compromise could have been worked out with the students who are struggling with these unprecedented times to begin with. It is quite fascinating to see how Unite is taking advantage of students during COVID-19 visa processing delays, and won't change their policy to better serve the student residents. Since it is so late in the game, my tenancy will begin in a few days. I am basically locked in and will have to OVERPAY 620 pounds sterling for a month I will not even be there, and will have to, eventually, reside there in October. A few key words to wrap up my review - greedy, pathetic, and overpriced. I am regretting this booking thoroughly, so, students, please make better decisions than I did. Cheers!
Ekaterina Shatalova
a year ago
I’m staying here right now, and it’s a huge disappointment. Apart from the absence of flexible dates for short-term stays during these crazy Covid times (I will be charged a whole unused month, which is a lot for this accommodation) and the card key system which turns off electricity in your room, there is black mould in the shower, the emergency number never picks up, no one at reception during the weekend and the unbearable noise after 11 pm from the undergraduates residing at the next property.
Mauro Manucci
10 months ago
I stayed there for a year. If it wasn't for the really nice staff, the place would be completely unbearable. Basically, the trash outside is always overflowed, we had a spider and flies infestation, and the keycard system is a mess. Also, the room space is minimal, above all considering the price you are paying for. When I arrived, at night and clueless about the city, no one would open from reception for quite a considerable time... All in all, I wouldn't recommend it.
Nicola Sanna
2 years ago
I have lived in Tramworks for 3 years. The staff (Jody, Laura, etc) at reception has always been nice to me and available whenever I needed help. The room was big enough for me (it one of the very few accommodations that offer a bedroom with private bathroom) and the kitchen was equipped with everything one expects. They also offer a private parking as well as a launderette (with both washing machines and dryers) and a study room. The place is a10 minute-walk from the GU, so it's a perfect solution for those studying there.
James Maguire
a year ago
I completely agree with some of the other reviews here which detailed some issues with this place. I am currently living here and wanted to try and write this review so that those looking for places can be aware of them. Unfortunately I can't say I would recommend Tramworks over other alternatives. The staff are nice, the building is nice (reception area, gym, studyrooms, etc..) and the building is only a 10 minute walk from Glasgow uni. However, due to a number of big issues I would advise others reconsider the options available. My biggest issue with this place is the keycard system - I found this to be extremely un-transparent on behalf of Unite students, who failed to mention anywhere in the process of booking that the electricity in the room will only stay on while the key is in the holder... This means every time you have to leave the flat, even for a moment, all your electrical devices will have to restart upon returning to your room. This is EXTREMELY annoying as I have a desktop and monitor and these both have to restart even if I'm only going to the laundry room for 2/3 minutes or bringing my rubbish out to the bins. Another BIG issue is the wifi speed in the building. Without fail, I've had to reconnect to the wifi after a period of minutes on end without connection. This usually occurs multiple times a day, and has done so EVERY SINGLE DAY I've lived here. This is ridiculous for a halls being advertised as having 'High Speed Internet'. I've taken multiple speed readings on different months and have found on many occasions the speeds are EXTREMELY slow, like having to watch youtube videos on 360p slow. Without trying to sound bigoted, I think it's also worth taking into consideration that it seems the majority of residents here are Chinese students. I really don't want to be misinterpreted as racist because I'm genuinely not, but just hear me out. Most of my own flatmates are Chinese and they are all very friendly and we all get along. But...Chinese students definitely have a tendency to stick to their own. Even though I'm more than happy to be friends with anyone regardless of where they come from, I've found, from experience, it can be really quite difficult to form real friendships with Chinese students. This is probably due to the big differences in cultures as well as the language barrier. For UK/western students this can be quite disappointing and frustrating especially if most of your flatmates are Chinese. So I would consider that also when deciding whether you want to live here. Moving into halls can be a bit of a lottery, in terms of who you live with and ideally you want to maximise the possibility you'll be living with people who you could become good friends with and possibly live with in following years. If I were to go back and make the decision on where to live now, I definitely would have tried to go to the university's halls next door instead or else use Roomshare and find a room in a student flat.
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