At Unipol we reserve a selection of houses specifically for students with children.
As a housing charity, Unipol specialises in providing affordable homes for students who are not adequately catered for in the private rented sector.
Family housing is available to students whose children or other dependants live with them, whether they are single parents or co-habiting.
Unipol’s family housing in Leeds
Our family accommodation is varied and includes 2-4 bedroom terraced houses and 2 & 3 bedroom flats in locations with easy access to the main university campuses.
Unipol Housing will require proof of your student status and family before renting.
If you are a University of Leeds student, your University will allocate you to the below family accommodation.
Please contact the University of Leeds accommodation team at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Other students please contact Unipol by telephone: 0113 243 0169 or email: email@example.com
If you are interested in any of the currently unavailable accommodation, please complete the Family Mailing List Form and we will notify you with upcoming vacancies.
Not living in the UK at the moment?
If you are not currently living in the UK and don’t need accommodation immediately you can fill in the Family Mailing List form and we will send you information when properties become available.
How long can I stay?
You can stay in Unipol family accommodation for the duration of your studies, as long as rent is paid and the tenancy is conducted satisfactorily.
It is unlikely that we will move you to different accommodation once settled which means you can settle your family into the local area.
Current Rent Levels 2018-2019
A deposit of £420.00 is paid to Unipol at the time of signing the contract and is kept until the end of the tenancy.
-Argie Avenue £605.00 - £628.00 pcm - water included, Unipol bill tenants directly for gas and electricity usage.
-Holborn and Shay Street £554.11 pcm - energy not included
-Woodsley & Mount Preston Street £616.04 pcm - WIFI included, Unipol bills tenants directly for gas and electricity usage.
-Grayson Heights £543.92 pcm - water & WIFI included, Unipol bill tenants directly for electricity usage (no gas).
-Cardigan Road £650.93 pcm - energy not included.
- Dyers Court £612.85 pcm - energy not included.
-Rent level for smaller Unipol properties varies from £500.00 to £600.00 - energy not included.
All properties include the following: Carpets, furniture, curtains, a cooker, large fridge/freezer, washer and dryer.
All properties are gas central heated with instant hot water except Grayson Heights which is heated by electricity.
The following accommodation has an outdoor children’s play area: Woodsley Terrace, Argie Avenue and Cardigan Road.
Car Parking- The following properties have car parking with a permitted fee system: Shay Street/ Holborn Terrace, Woodsley Terrace, Argie Avenue, Grayson Heights and Cardigan Road. The terraced houses often have on the road parking.
We hope you will come to Leeds and enjoy staying and living in our housing, making friends, using local schools and becoming part of the community during your studies.
To find out more about life in Leeds, to access advice and further information about family accommodation have a look at the dedicated family area of the Unipol website here.
If you have a specific question, you can email Unipol on firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit the Student Parent Assembly online forum for more information for students with dependant.
Our subsidy arrangements
As a charity, Unipol subsides the cost of family housing to provide lower rents because it recognises that the high accommodation costs are a barrier to individuals with children or dependants undertaking study. This is an important part of Unipol’s charitable mission, and more information is available here.