Accommodation

Christopher Court has 168 en-suite rooms opposite Sidcup train station and only 10 minutes walk away from Campus

Rose Bruford College Christopher Court Student Residence


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Our hall of residence at Christopher Court is directly opposite Sidcup Station and a short walk from our Lamorbey Park Campus. It consists of 168 spacious en-suite rooms with individual study space in a safe and secure environment. Each flat shares a kitchen and social area for six students and laundry facilities are available on site.

Accessibility

We have accessible rooms at our student residence, Christopher Court, which we can reserve for you if you contact us in good time. If you have any accommodation requirements related to a disability or medical condition please contact Ros Platton, Disability Adviser on 020 8308 2610 or ros.platton@bruford.ac.uk .

2017/2018 Room Rates*
En-suite room with 3ft wide bed - £170
En-suite room with 4ft wide bed - £175

*New students starting in September 2017 can now apply for rooms. Please click here for more information.

 

Private Landlords

www.brufordstudentpad.co.uk

The Rose Bruford College Accommodation website provides students with access to student housing provided by private landlords. The college ensures that any landlords advertising through student pad hold relevant up to date safety certificates. There is also information on the site about contracts, deposits and procedures as well as providing an accommodation search facility. For more details please call 020 8308 2623 or e-mail student@bruford.ac.uk

Homestay

We are always looking for accommodation for visiting students, both international, UK and EU.  If you are a landlord and would be happy to provide residence for students who study for 6 months or less please contact 020 8308 2623 or e-mail student@bruford.ac.uk

Agencies and the web

Accommodation that is suitable to students is also available via local estate agents and on the web. Rooms can cost anything from £85 – £120 per week per person plus bills, and the contract can be for anything between 6 and 12 months depending on the individual property.

When renting in the private market it’s important to know your rights and responsibilities. If you are sharing with other students we highly recommend that you understand the legal implications of certain types of joint tenancy agreements, and you can find useful information from these sources:

https://www.gov.uk/private-renting

http://www.accommodationforstudents.com/info/student_guides.asp

Questions

Please email student@bruford.ac.uk for any general accommodation queries.