Gibson Street Roost
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About Gibson Street Roost
Glasgow is the most populated city in Scotland and the sixth most visited city in the United Kingdom. It is home to a variety of sleek and modern architecture.
Gibson Street Roost by Student Roost is a student housing in Glasgow that offers ensuites and studios. All room types include a small double bed, under bed storage, a study desk and a chair, a wardrobe, and a chest of drawers.
The building has many facilities and services. The facilities include high-speed Wi-Fi, contents insurance, on-site laundry facilities, on-site staff 24/7, bike storage, a secured deposit, and ANUK accreditation. Other services include a spacious communal lounge, a social calendar, an outdoor courtyard, and a study room.
The residence is located at Gibson Street, only a nine-minute drive from Glasgow city centre. It is surrounded by many exciting and lively locations, including eatery spots, entertainment venues, and other places of interest. If you’d like to have a taste of Scottish cuisine, Stravaigin restaurant is nearby and it offers Scottish plates in a bright setting. If you’re craving a mouth-watering pizza, Eusebi Deli is a nearby Italian restaurant serving Italian fare including pasta and pizza in a lively atmosphere. Shish Mahal Restaurant is another nearby eatery serving spicy Indian dishes in a chic space. When you need to do some grocery shopping, Tesco Express supermarket is just a short walk from the property and it offers a variety of products at good prices to cater to your needs. Before you set off for your busy day on campus, we suggest you go for a refreshing morning walk at Kelvingrove Park where you can enjoy the spacious greenery and the exquisite scenery. After all the great food you’ll have, you might want to hit the gym and do some workouts. PureGym Glasgow Charing Cross is just a few minutes away from the building and it is fully equipped with the latest athletic gadgets. Over the weekend, you may enjoy a night out with your pals and watch the latest box office movies at the ODEON Luxe Glasgow Quay movie theatre. You may also choose to go on a shopping spree at Princes Square Shopping Centre where you’ll find lots of shops, stores, and boutiques.
This student housing in Glasgow is located at 200 North Hanover Street. Glasgow Caledonian University and the University of Strathclyde are seven minutes and eight minutes away from the property. The University of Glasgow is a five-minute walk. A wide network of transportations is close by. University Union and Park Road bus stops are three and one minutes away. Charing Cross train station is just a 17-minute walk. As for the subway stations, Kelvinbridge Station and St. George's Cross are four and 12 minutes away from the property.
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:
Signed Tenancy Agreement
Payment of deposit, full rent/ first rent installment
Accepted Guarantor Agreement, if applicable
Sold Out / week
Choose Your Room
This 12.8m2 en-suite room features a small double bed with under-bed storage, wardrobe, study area, a private bathroom and shared kitchen and living area. The flat is shared with 5-6 other students.
**Accessible rooms are available on request.
This 26.2m2 self-contained studio features a small double bed storage space, study area, private bathroom and a fully-fitted kitchen area with dishwasher, fridge/freezer, and microwave.
**Free dual occupancy is available.
**Accessible rooms are available on request.
* Note: Final rent price and availability are subject to change and to be confirmed upon completing your booking.
International students can pay monthly, termly or annually for long-term bookings without a UK guarantor.
Bookings made before 1st August:
7-Day Cooling Off Period
If you decide to cancel your accommodation booking within 7 days of accepting your tenancy agreement, you will receive a full refund of your booking fee.
If you secure your accommodation and then cancel it due to the following reasons:
- Failure to receive grades (all academic years)
- Failure to obtain a VISA (all academic years)
- Studying in an alternative City
Official written evidence from the University (and/or UCAS/relevant VISA authorities) must be sent directly to the Property Team within 3 calendar days of the results or decision being published. If sufficient evidence is provided, you will be eligible for release from the tenancy agreement and the full booking fee will be returned.
If none of the above reasons is applicable, you will be required to find a replacement person to take over your tenancy. Any bookings made after 1st August will have a 24hr cooling off period
After Cooling Off Period
Students can cancel after the cooling-off period for the following reasons:
- Failure to receive grades
- Failure to obtain a visa
- Studying in an alternative city
- The pre-sessional English language course required to take up their university place is cancelled
- Government travel restrictions prevent them from travelling to the UK.
- They are enrolled on a face-to-face course, and the University delays the start of the course.
Bookings made on or after 1st August 2020
If you book your accommodation after 1st August 2020, your cooling-off period will reduce to 24 hours only from the point of acceptance. If you cancel your booking within these 24 hours, your full deposit will be returned. Should you wish to cancel after these 24 hours, the previous procedures will apply depending on your circumstances.
We will seek to delay the start of the tenancy for any new residents who were due to arrive in the UK, but cannot check-in because of flight cancellations, visa delays or travel restrictions.
For residents who have already checked in and can’t return to their Student Roost home because of the restrictions in the UK, we’re pleased to offer a discount of up to 6 weeks’ rent. This will largely affect UK domestic students, but may also affect some international students who travelled home for the holidays.