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"Luxury Student Living" - No. It's dirty and stinks. The laundry room is constantly flooded, parking is full of trash and there's no one in the office. The rooms are small and poorly equipped. If you ask for a hoover, student reps will give you a golden advice of buying one. Yes, you have to buy yourself a hoover in a student accommodation. During the academic year 18-19 some tenants were lucky enough to have their rooms refurbished. The rest of us was not. We were stuck in rooms where nothing worked and payed the same price! Even if your heating doesn't work during winter, you are out of luck, because neither the onsite staff nor the head office will do anything about it. They will tell you that they are contacting the head office and trying to resolve the issue. Then they will ignore you until you raise the issue again and say the same thing they said earlier. You can try and contact the head office yourself but they won't even reply. Not worth the trouble.
If anyone thinking to move in at St. Andrew's Court please DON'T DO IT. The staff doesn't care at all if you have a problem and most of the time they are not in the building. The rooms and the common areas have a lot of damages and no one wants to fix them if you want to live somewhere and want to respect you and listen to your problems just don't choose this accommodation.
First of all it’s branded as “Luxury” but it is more like basic budget. The rooms are very run down and not clean, the building is run down, maintenance are not quick to fix faults, especially if they cost money. Only good thing is that the staff are friendly. I would not reccommend staying here. The prices might be cheap but don’t let that fool you!