Little Horton Lane, Bradford, West Yorkshire BD5 0AG
Wardley House student accommodation offers great value double en-suite rooms in the heart of Bradford, minutes away from the University of Bradford and Bradford College.
From £78.00 per week
|290 Students||Flats of 4-5 bedrooms||En-suite available|
How to apply
Remember, the email address you give us is the easiest way for us to contact you. We’ll be sending you an e-contract as well as updates and arrival information during term time and holiday periods. We wouldn’t want you to miss out on anything!
You’ll need to provide us with your guarantors personal details - someone who is legally obliged to pay the rent if you can’t. This person must be over 18 years old, in full-time employment and a UK resident and homeowner. Remember, you’ll need to get their consent before providing us with their details.
When you accept your offer of accommodation you’ll need to pay a £250 deposit and set up a recurring card payment relating to your chosen rent instalments. If you’re re-booking we’ll carry your deposit forward.
Wardley House is in a great city centre location above the National Media Museum. The city centre, local convenience stores and Kirkgate Shopping Centre can all be reached in just over five minutes. A number of popular student haunts, including restaurants, take aways and bars, can be found just around the corner. For transport links to London, Manchester, Birmingham and beyond, the Bradford Interchange is just 10 minutes away.
Both the University of Bradford and Bradford College can be reached within 10 minutes, making Wardley House the ideal location for students looking to enjoy all that Bradford has to offer.
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Building wide Wi-Fi and Ethernet broadband service are included in your rent and offers you a reliable and secure internet connection suitable for all your academic and personal needs, including browsing the internet, sending emails, downloading and streaming.
The broadband service is provided by Cable Com Networking, a leading provider of managed internet services to student accommodation.
The internet package provided with your accommodation includes a super-fast symmetrical 10mbs Ethernet broadband service. A further 2mbs building wide Wi-Fi service is also included.
Features of the Wi-Fi service include: Pervasive coverage for seamless roaming, support for multiple concurrent devices (mobiles, tablets, laptops, game consoles etc.), fast and reliable connection for an uninterrupted service, support for Eduroam and multiple SSIDs and, differentiated services dependent upon user profile.
Other features available include:
- Freewire TV, IPTV
- Online backup
- Web security
- Customer support
- Speed upgrades
For more details of what’s on offer visit the Cable Com Networking website.
Additional services include security, online backup and mobile services are offer at an additional charge.
You can collect your keys from the day your contract starts. During the moving in period (August to September) extended office opening hours will apply. If you are moving in after this period, keys can be collected during office hours. You will receive an email at least one month before your contract starts providing more information.
Please note anyone looking to arrive outside opening hours can arrange in advance for their keys to be left with security. All students must provide photo ID (driving licence or passport) when collecting keys.
You can move out before the end of the tenancy but you will still be responsible for paying your rent up until the end of your tenancy agreement unless a replacement tenant can be found and is approved by us. In this case you will incur an administration fee of up to £50 which will be deducted from your deposit plus any cleaning charges. You will also need to pay your rent until the replacement tenant has moved in. Please see our cancellation policy below and your tenancy agreement for details.
The distance selling regulations and your rights to cancel this agreement
Your accommodation has been selected by you via the internet, and therefore the distance selling regulations will apply to this agreement. The following cancellation rights will apply:
Seven days after confirmation of this agreement
The Distance Selling Regulations entitle you to cancel this agreement without penalty during seven working days starting from the date after you confirm this agreement (the statutory cancellation period).
The statutory cancellation period will apply from whenever you confirm this agreement. However you will not be able to cancel on this basis after you have moved into the property, so if you confirm this agreement during the last seven days before you move in, your cancellation period will be shorter.
If you wish to cancel this agreement after the statutory cancellation period, the following additional rights will apply:
Up to and including 30 days before the start of your tenancy
You can cancel at any time during this period, but there will be an administration charge of £50. This will be deducted from the deposit paid by you and the balance of the deposit will be returned to you.
During the last 30 days before the start of your tenancy – you will only be able to cancel this agreement if a suitable replacement tenant is found to take your place. Either you can find a suitable replacement tenant yourself, or we can find one for you. However if it is left to us, we will only do this after all our other rooms have been let. In either case there will be an administration charge of £50. Again, this will be deducted from the deposit paid by you and the balance of the deposit will be returned to you.
Note: If no replacement tenant is found, you will be responsible for payment of the rent in full, even if you do not move in to the property.
Cancellation / Refunds
If you wish to cancel this agreement, you should let us know as soon as possible. Written cancellation / refund requests should be made to the Accommodation Office at Wardley House. Refunds are normally processed within 14 working days.
Find your nearest National Health Service (NHS) Doctor or Dentist on the NHS Services website
If you need free legal advice, please contact the Citizens Advice Bureau
Find out how to get out and about in Bradford by bus or by train - Bradford Interchange and Bradford Forster Square
The University of Bradford offers loads of information on student life in Bradford.
Applying for your student visa
View the floor plans of Wardley House to see an example layout of our flats.
Your handbook contains all the essential information you'll need to know when you move in with us.
The Sample tenancy agreement (PDF 294KB) details the terms and conditions of your contract with us.
If you are bringing a TV to watch live TV, or if you receive or record live TV programmes on any other device, such as a laptop, you will need a TV Licence. You won’t be covered by your parents’ licence. Our TV licences only cover the TVs that we provide, for example in common rooms and lounge areas.
For more information and to buy your licence, visit the TV Licencing website. There are a variety of payment plans available.
The TV licensing authorities recognise that most students do not need the final three months of a TV licence as you leave the accommodation during the summer. You may be able to receive a refund for this period, provided that you don’t need your licence again before it expires.
If you do not have a TV Licence but you receive or record live TV you could face prosecution from the TV Licensing Authority.
At Sanctuary Students we offer specialist insurance cover for all of our students through Cover4Students.com.
All of our accommodation is covered as Basic Cover.
Basic Cover Explained
Your possessions, desktop and laptop computer equipment are insured for theft, fire, flood, burst pipes, storm, vandalism, explosion and lightning. Cover applies within your accommodation, in any temporary residence and in transit at the beginning and end of each term.
This summary does not describe all the terms and conditions of the policy and does not form the contract between you and the insurance provider, so please take the time to read the policy wording on the Cover4Students website to make sure you understand the cover it provides.