Saxon Court Apartments
Frequently asked questions
The amenities, accommodation and location are second to none at Reading’s Collegiate Saxon Court Apartments. Our friendly on site management staff are always on hand to help, but if you want answers in advance, why not take a look at some of our frequently asked questions?
- All utilities - electric, gas and water - are included in the rent on a ‘fair usage allowance’ with hot water available 24-hours per day.
- Heaters are controlled individually by the tenants in their rooms.
- High-speed internet and Wi-Fi throughout the building, including bedrooms and ethernet cable connection in bedrooms.
- Contents insurance - We pay for your basic contents insurance cover through Endsleigh Insurance (www.endsleigh.co.uk/personal/student-insurance) Upgrades are available and information will be provided with your welcome packs.
- Council Tax – students are exempt from paying council tax, however some councils may charge tenants out of term time, therefore the tenant is liable for any council tax charges that may be incurred.
Broadband and Wi-Fi is available throughout the building, 24-hours a day. Wired connections are available via an Ethernet cable, supplied by the concierge team, and connected to the wall socket in your room – simply open your web browser and follow the instructions. Upgrade options available - up to 100Mb/s. The internet is provided by Ask4 (www.ask4.com/support) who have 24-hour support should you need it.
Students will need to provide evidence of a UK based guarantor such as a family member or friend if they wish to pay in 3 instalments. The first instalment must be paid at least 10 days in advance of the tenancy start date.
If students are unable to provide a UK based guarantor, payment will need to be paid a year in advance, in full, at least 10 days prior to tenancy start dates.
A wide range of students live at Saxon Court Apartments in Reading, including postgraduate students and international students.
Please let us have details at the time of booking and we will always try and accommodate friends and students from the same university together if possible.
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We hope that we've managed to answer many of the questions that you might have with regards to moving into the Saxon Court Apartments student accommodation in Reading. However, if there's anything you would like to know, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Alternatively, check out our Student Advice section, which provides lots of useful information for students.