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Stockton on Tees Student Accommodation

With so many students moving to Stockton on Tees every year, finding student housing in the city may seem difficult. However, with the help of our team of accommodation experts, you won't have to worry about locating Stockton on Tees student accommodation that meets your needs. Simply get in touch with us, and we'll get you a place before it's too late. For your convenience, Casita offers a variety of Stockton on Tees housing choices.

Our available homes for students in Stockton on Tees come in all shapes and sizes; there are available single, double, triple, and en-suite rooms, as well as self-contained studios, apartments, and private flats. Almost all of Casita’s Stockton on Tees student accommodation options are fitted with an array of helpful amenities and features, including Wi-Fi, on-site laundry facilities, secure bike storage, common lounges, and cinema rooms, among others.

About Stockton on Tees

Market town Stockton-on-Tees, sometimes known as Stockton, is located in County Durham, England. The city is located in the built-up region of Teesside on the northern bank of the River Tees. In 2011, the town's population was expected to be 84,318. It is the principal community in the Borough of Stockton-on-Tees and a part of the Tees Valley mayoralty. Approximately 197,348 people called the borough home, as the ONS's mid-2019 estimate.

It was formerly a port city. Early in the 1800s, The Tees was straightened to allow bigger ships to approach the town. Since the Tees Barrage was built to control tidal flooding, the ports have been moved closer to the North Sea, and ships are no longer able to go from the sea to the town.

Cost of living in Stockton on Tees

Without including rent, the average single person in Stockton on Tees probably spends between (£150 to £250) each month on living expenses.

Transportation in Stockton on Tees

Thanks to the advanced UK transportation networks that have undoubtedly been established over the past ten years, there are several alternatives for getting about Stockton on Tees.

By bus:

There are many bus routes in Stockton, most of which run along the High Street. Middlesbrough, Teesside Park, Thornaby, Billingham, Sedgefield, Durham, Sunderland, Peterlee, and Newcastle upon Tyne are among the service areas. There are six different bus companies operating locally, although Stagecoach on Teesside and Arriva North East are the two largest.

By train:

The town is served by Stockton Railway Station. However, more trains are operated farther away and more regularly closer to Thornaby. It provides an hourly service via York and Leeds to Middlesbrough in the east and Manchester Piccadilly and Airport in the west. The journey takes three hours in total, changing at York before arriving in London Kings Cross. One may also get to London by changing to Darlington.

Best Places in Stockton on Tees

Large market town Stockton-On-Tees has many wards and a partially developed Teesside neighbourhood. Stockton-on-Tees is a beautiful area to live in since there are numerous pubs, restaurants, and parks there. 

Here are some of the city's top spots and student-friendly areas:

Middlesbrough

This is a well-recognised place to live because it is only twenty minutes from the coast, the countryside, or the town centre. Furthermore, it has excellent road and rail links that allow for convenient access to the rest of the country. As you tour the neighbourhood, you may find a number of expensive restaurants, pubs, bars, supermarkets, an art gallery, and much more. Students may stay at Kexgill House, which is close to Middlesbrough.

Durham

Durham, a cathedral city and civil parish in England, is located along the River Wear. Train travel trips from Edinburgh and London are both under two hours. Additionally, with the Port of Tyne nearby and the international airports of Newcastle and Durham Tees Valley, visitors from all over the world can anticipate a warm welcome. Durham City is home to the majestic Durham Cathedral, one of the most recognisable buildings in the UK. When paired with the neighbouring Durham Castle, this UNESCO World Heritage Site provides one of the most stunning cityscapes in all of Europe. At and around Durham.

Gilesgate

Gilesgate is a long, steeply banked roadway that some older residents refer to as the "street of St. Giles" or simply as "Gillygate." It gets its name from the nearby St. Giles Church, a delightful little building that claims to be the second-oldest church in Durham City.

Thornaby

On the River Tees' southern bank sits the town of Thornaby. It is situated in the Stockton-on-Tees Borough of North Yorkshire, England. In 2011, the parish in Teesside's urban area had 24,741 inhabitants. The modern centre was built on the northeastern section of Thornaby Airfield, which is 2 miles (3.2 km) southwest of Stockton-on-Tees and 4 miles (6.4 km) southwest of Middlesbrough. It is an excellent place to stay in this region is Mandale Terrace in Stockton-on-Tees. If you wish to spend your stay by dining in Thornaby, there are several options available. You may always go to Vadah or Caruso for that fancy meal. Yet, Hope & Union will be the nicest thing you have ever experienced if you enjoy delectable cheesecakes. All of these wonderful places are in the Thornaby neighbourhood, only a short distance from our student accommodation.

Student Life in Stockton on Tees 

Preston Park is among the most well-known of the numerous things to do in Stockton-on-Tees. In Teesside, a small zoo with an aviary park has been prepared, along with a historic mansion. There is a tiny neighbourhood recreation area on the A66 between Middlesbrough and Stockton. The town centre is frequently passed through by buses. It provides fast food, family eateries, a movie theatre, bowling, and shopping. The High Street has a lot of charity stores, especially on the western side. On Wednesdays and Saturdays, a neighbourhood market operates on the High Street.

City attractions in Stockton on Tees

Wynyard Woodland Park

This park is for you if you're seeking a free adventure playground in a wooded environment with several areas, seats, a cafe, restrooms on-site, and free parking in Stockton-on-Tees. If you are travelling south from Northumberland, it is also an excellent spot to stop for a leg stretch, as it is close to the A19 and A1.

On leashes, dogs are welcome. Since the play areas are not enclosed, you may wait within the playground with your dog rather than outdoors.

Ropner Park

A free public park called Ropner Park is found in Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, England.

In June 1890, Major Robert Ropner gave the residents of Stockton a plot of land known as Hartburn Fields that could be used as a public park, in exchange for the city council arranging it "tastefully" and "keeping it forever." Ropner Park was formally inaugurated on October 4, 1893, by the Duke and Duchess of York. The Golden Gates were opened during the occasion by the royals using an elaborate key.

Universities in Stockton on Tees

Stockton Riverside College

 ·   Our accommodation is close to Stockton Riverside College.

·    You can find several city attractions near Stockton Riverside College.

·    Bus stops surround the campus connecting you to the rest of the city.

Cities near Stockton on Tees

Casita now offers dorms for students in Sunderland and Durham in addition to possibilities for those who live in Stockton on Tees.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Check out these answers to common questions and go to Help Centre for more details.

1.

When should I start looking for Stockton on Tees student accommodation?


It would help if you began looking for reasonably priced student housing in Stockton on Tees as soon as you can. Even while Casita will help you with most of the steps—including the kind of lodging, the amenities provided, the location, and the proximity to your university—careful research is still required to ensure a simple booking process.


2.

When should I book my accommodation for the September intake?


If you are selected for the September intake, you can begin looking for housing between January and March, or ideally around six months before your admission.


3.

Are there short-term stays in Stockton on Tees?


A small number of businesses offer short-term housing in Stockton on Tees. It is important to confirm that the requested student housing is still available for the desired time period. You may also speak with a Casita housing consultant who can help you find accommodation that accommodates short-term stays.


4.

How do I pay for my student room in Stockton on Tees?


You can make the payment using a number of different transactional methods, such as your debit card or net banking. With our own payment portal at Casita, we can assist you with the entire payment procedure.


5.

Can I pay my student accommodation rent in instalments?


Yes, however, some vendors can demand that you have a UK guarantor. Consult your accommodation expert once again for further details on this.


6.

Are bills included in my rent?


This varies depending on the provider; in Stockton on Tees, many alternatives for student accommodation include essential utilities like electricity, water, and gas in the rent, while others even throw in Wi-Fi and insurance for free. To learn about the actual rent includes, it is advisable to examine the advertisement pages or contact an accommodation expert.


7.

Can I get discounts for student accommodation in Stockton on Tees?


Yes, if they book in advance, students may get fantastic discounts and pay less rent in Stockton on Tees. Another approach to reduce your rent costs is to make a group reservation. We suggest you often visit our website for the most recent specials because they are frequently available.


8.

What is a guarantor, and will I need one?


A guarantor is someone who signs the rental agreement with you and promises to pay your rent if you are unable to do so yourself. Though they might be anyone, family members are frequently guarantors. Finding a guarantor will likely be necessary if you're relocating to Stockton on Tees because most landlords in the UK need one.


9.

How do I complete my booking?


One of our accommodation experts will contact you after you submit a request on our website to reserve the room of your choice or to offer you alternatives if the room is not available during the dates you have chosen. Simply choose a room, press the "Enquire" button, and fill out the inquiry form that pops up.


10.

What should I look for when booking Stockton on Tees student accommodation?


It would help if you searched for accommodations in Stockton on Tees that provide all-inclusive rent, fully furnished living options, near proximity to your desired university, and student residences with all required facilities.


11.

What are the best areas for students to live in Stockton on Tees?


There are several different neighbourhoods in Stockton on Tees that are near to the city's multiple college and university campuses. Excellent and cheap student housing will be simple to discover in Stockton on Tees in neighbourhoods like Vicarage Hill.


12.

What different accommodation types are available for students in Stockton on Tees?


There are several possibilities for student housing in Stockton on Tees, including PBSAs (Purpose-Built Student Accommodation), individual rents, and co-living spaces.


13.

What are the different available room types?


Single, double, triple, and en-suite rooms, as well as private halls with flats, studios, and penthouses, are among the many room possibilities in the student housing in Stockton on Tees.


14.

Can I get a furnished student room in Stockton on Tees?


By using Casita's services, you can easily locate fully furnished apartments in Stockton on Tees that have all the amenities, including a bed, a wardrobe, a study space with a desk and a chair, a bathroom, and a fully working kitchen.


15.

Can I see the property before moving in?


Nearly all Stockton on Tees student housing choices provides virtual tours of the property or online viewings through Skype or Zoom, allowing you to explore your new home before moving in.


16.

What’s the best mode of transportation in Stockton on Tees?


You may use the many modes of transportation available in the city to get about when you book student accommodation in Stockton on Tees. You may either use the subway, ride the bus, call a cab, hire a bike, or walk from one place to another.


17.

What is dual occupancy student accommodation?


When discussing accommodations, the term "dual occupancy" sometimes refers to residences with one or two bedrooms that allow for the addition of other guests at the same cost or slightly higher rates.


18.

What are anti-COVID measures in place at student accommodations in Stockton on Tees?


Most organisations that offer student housing have lately upped the amount of cleaning and sanitising they undertake in the apartments and common areas; some organisations even give complimentary weekly cleanings. Consult your accommodation specialist for further details on the COVID measures in your desired building.


19.

Is it safe to rent private student accommodation?


Landlords are meticulously and thoroughly verified before being posted on our sites. Additionally, when it comes to Stockton on Tees student accommodation providers, we only pick the most reliable and safe options for students.


20.

Are these accommodations secure?


Our Stockton on Tees' options for student accommodation, especially PBSAs (Purpose-Built Student Accommodations), is secure and safe. Students' safety is taken into account as well as additional security measures like CCTV and security personnel are put in place.


21.

Can only students book with Casita?


Yes, Casita mainly takes reservations from students. Students under 18 can still make reservations with us, but they will need help figuring out their other options. In Stockton on Tees, students over 18 may quickly locate an appropriate student hall.


22.

Can my parents or guardian stay for the first few days when I arrive?


While some Stockton on Tees student housing may allow parents or guardians to remain, each neighbourhood has its own set of rules for welcoming visitors. We suggest checking with the provider or speaking with a hotel expert to gather all the information you need.


23.

Can I stay with a friend at my student hall in Stockton on Tees?


The provider and the particular accommodation option you choose are mostlyresponsible for this. Typically, you may share an apartment with friends. To avoid paying a minor charge or renting a dual occupancy property, though, you might.


24.

What if I don’t like my accommodation after moving in?


At Casita, we make every effort to choose dorms that respect all of your choices and preferences. If you end up hating your housing due to any unanticipated or undesirable circumstances, it is advisable to check with the provider again because cancellation policies vary from one service to another.