We’ve compiled this handy list to advise you what to bring with you to your new Student Housing House this year!!
In order to collect your keys we’ll need to complete a right to rent check, make sure you bring your ID as we’re not allowed to provide keys without it!
We’ll need your bank details so we know where to send your deposit back at the end of your tenancy
Whilst we’ll do everything we can to ensure that your property is clean and tidy for arrival, we advise you to bring cleaning supplies to keep the property in tip top condition.
At Student Housing we’re very environmentally conscious, we try to avoid landfill wherever possible by having mattresses professionally cleaned, we advise you bring a mattress protector with you to ensure the mattress stays clean throughout your tenancy!
We’ll supply you with a microwave, but you’ll be responsible to bring the kettle, toaster, bin, mop and bucket for the property (please take these with you at the end of your tenancy).
Our top 5 things are above, but below we’ve included a full list of items you’ll need to bring to university this September:
15. Clothes horse (or another variation of the word depending on where you are from!)
16. Stationery and books
17. Clothes basket
18. Ear plugs. Prepare for a few sleepless nights…
19. Medicine (paracetamol is a Fresher’s must)
7. Toilet rolls
4. Toaster & Kettle
7. Kitchen Bin
10. Baking trays
12. Tea bags (an ESSENTIAL)
At Student Housing we’ll provide you with a full photo inventory of the property condition before you move in, whilst we’ll do everything we can to make sure the property is as good as possible a number of cosmetic defects (such as scratches and small marks on the walls) may exist, we’ll note these on the inventory for you to help protect your deposits. You’ll be invited to send us any other photos you’d like added to the inventory in the first 7 days of your tenancy 🙂
* Indicates that these items are supplied with most properties, please check your inventories prior to arrival for details on whats provided in your specific property.