Where students are moving permanently into new shared accommodation e.g. a shared flat, house in multiple occupation or student residence, this will become the place where you are now living. Students who live in shared accommodation should continue to follow the relevant rules and guidance on meeting people from outside of your household.
You are coming together from different households to form a new shared household. For the purposes of government guidelines on staying Covid safe, your flat will be your new household
It is in the best interests of both tenants and landlords to ensure that properties are kept in good repair and free from hazards. Tenants should let their Unipol know early if there is a problem and we will take the appropriate action.
It is tenants responsibility to clean inside your flat or house, now more than ever. In our larger developments, we recommend that you use the handy fridge rota to draw up a schedule within your household, so you can share out the responsibility for keeping a safe and pleasant environment for everyone.
It is important that you abide by the current government guidelines and be respectful of everyone else within your household. Visit our Tenancy Support pages for more information on how to deal with disputes over your housemates behaviour or others around you
It is important that those arriving first and moving in look after the shared areas in the flat - areas like the kitchen, lounge and bathrooms. All tenants arriving should be welcomed in to a clean and tidy household when they move in