Coopers Court, 10-14 Maplin Street, Mile End, London, E3 4SX
Coopers Court is located in the heart of London's vibrant East End, within easy access of many universities; particularly Queen Mary Univeristy. Within a minute, you can be at Mile End tube station in zone 2 which provides a convenient route into central London.
The student accommodation itself offers en-suite bedrooms with free 50Mb Wi-Fi, all inclusive bills and free contents insurance included in the weekly rent. and is the perfect base for students living in the UK capital.
Prices start at £210.00 per week
Pricing & Room Information
|Room Type||Tenancy Length||From||Weekly Rent|
|Double En-suite||44 weeks||05/09/2019||£210.00|
|Double En-suite||51 weeks||05/09/2019||£210.00|
Coopers Court is available for 44 or 51 week contracts. You can pay your rent in 1 or 3 instalments.
|1 instalment||3 instalments|
You will be charged £1 advanced rent* at the time of accepting your offer. Once the payment is made, this is non-refundable and it will be deducted from your total rent amount.
We will inspect your property once you have moved out. If damages are found, additional charges are applicable.
You will need to pay your rent on time. If you are struggling to make payments contact us on 0870 600 4777 as soon as possible.
This newly rerurbished room has a double bed and private bathroom.
Your weekly rent is all inclusive meaning you won't have to pay any extra bills.
Lets play! Games machines and table sports are available in the common room.
Super-speedy WiFi in your bedroom and throughout the building means you're always connected.
An on-site laundry provided by Circuit Laundry.
You’re protected by contents insurance from Cover4Students which covers your possessions for free.
You’re safe and sound with our 24 hour CCTV.
Your very own private bathroom so you can sing in the shower as much as like!
Take some time outside and enjoy our garden area.
Coopers Court is conveniently located for many university and college campuses, making it an ideal base for studying and enjoying all that London has to offer.
Less than a minutes' walk from Mile End tube station in zone 2, Coopers Court is within easy reach of central London and just moments away from vibrant Brick Lane and the diverse communities of Whitechapel.
Managed by our staff at nearby Don Gratton House, Coopers Court is small but perfectly formed. The accommodation has just 54 single en-suite bedrooms arranged in flats of five, with a shared kitchen and living room, creating a real community feel. With beautiful parks, shops, bars and cafes close by, you have all you need on your doorstep.
Entry is by secure electronic key card and there is CCTV throughout, giving you peace of mind so you can get on and enjoy Student life. All your bills are included in your rent making it easy to manage your money. Free broadband is available in every bedroom, with laundry and bike storage facilities on-site.
Coopers Court offers a great location in the heart of London's vibrant East End. Less than a minutes' walk from Mile End tube station in zone 2, Coopers Court is within easy reach of the city centre.
There's also easy access to universities, with Queen Mary University just a five minute walk away. Other universities are 15 to 30 minutes away by public transport. For convenient student living there's a local corner shop two minutes away, and Mile End Park is just around the corner, perfect for relaxing outside in the summer.
With your email address being the best and easiest way for us to get in touch with you, we will email your e-contract as well as updates and arrival information. We don’t want you to miss out on anything so don’t forget to let us know if you change your email address.
You will need to give us your guarantor’s personal details – someone who is legally obliged to pay the rent if you can’t. Your guarantor will need to:
- be over 18
- be a UK resident (with an address in England, Scotland, Wales or Northern Ireland)
- have a regular income, assets or savings (which are sufficient to meet your potential liabilities)
Remember to get their consent before giving us their details. If you do not have a suitable guarantor, you will need to make payment for your accommodation in full. Please contact the office staff if you need to do this.
Once you have accepted your offer of accommodation, you will need to pay your £1 advanced rent* to secure the room and also set up a recurring card payment for your payment instalments unless you have paid in full.
*£1 is advance rent and will be deducted from your total rent amount.
Broadband services are provided by Keycom - one of the UK's leading providers of Internet services for student accommodation.
The Keycom services that are included within your rental price include:
- KeySurf - Broadband at speeds up to 12Mb symmetric. You will also have the option to upgrade to a 20Mb or 50Mb service.
- KeyView - IPTV, delivering a range of TV channels direct to your PC or laptop.
We want to ensure moving in day goes as smoothly and hassle free as possible without any delays. To help us with this, please remember to upload the following information to us before moving day:
- Upload your Guarantor Deed
- Upload two passport sized photos of yourself
Click here to login and upload your documents.
You can collect your keys from the day your contract starts. On arrival you will be directed to the residence office front desk for check in. You will be required to sign a copy of your licence agreement and have a photo taken for your ID/entry card.
If you haven't already paid your first instalment you will be directed to a payment desk before you can check in. To avoid queues and delays on move-in day, you can pay your first instalment online at any time prior to arrival at the residence. Once check in is completed you will be given the keys to your room.
For check in you will need to bring ID and a copy of your offer letter/email or payment receipt.
An area to park and unload your belongings will be available. Because of limited parking space you will be asked to move any vehicle as soon as you have unloaded.
If you wish to cancel your agreement:
Up to and including 45 days before the start of your tenancy
You can cancel at any time during this period, but there will be a reasonable administration charge.
During the last 45 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 a reasonable administration charge.
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 your on-site team. Refunds are normally processed within 14 working days.
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Applying for your student visa.
The Sample Tenancy Agreement (PDF 482KB) details the terms and conditions of your contract with us.
Your handbook contains all the essential information you'll need to know when you move in with us.
Get in touch
To find out more about the accommodation at Coopers Court call 0207 6556 960 or email us Coopers.Court@sanctuary-students.com
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.
From September 2016, you’ll need a TV license to watch the BBC iPlayer.
For more information and to buy your licence, visit the TV Licensing 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.
Coopers Court now benefits from LaundryView which will make doing your laundry on-site even easier. The system, created by Circuit, allows you to go online and check the availability of washers and dryers in your building as well as see when other washes are about to end.
To get started with LaundryView, you first need to find your halls.
Circuit also offer laundry top-up cards which allow you to pay for your washing and drying in advance by paying online or using one of the on-site machines. You can then use your card to pay for washing and drying as well as top-up your card straight from your mobile phone using the Circuit app.
Ask our team where to get a top-up card and take a look at Circuit’s ‘how to use’ videos for more information.
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. You can also read the full Sanctuary Students Insurance Policy (PDF 783KB).
If you wish to bring a car to London you will need to apply for a residents' parking permit through Tower Hamlets Borough Council.