Housing is one of our main welfare campaigns, and we work hard to represent students on housing issues to make sure you have a fair deal. We will be continuing work on the ‘Take Your Time to Sign’ campaign during semester one, looking at what steps you should take to getting your house for the next academic year. There is plenty of time to decide on the right house for you with the right conditions.

Whilst Bangor Students’ Union does not offer advice on Housing, we can help point you in the right direction if you’re living in private accommodation, moving into private accommodation, or looking for your first student house.

If it’s advice you’re looking for, you should head down to the Student Housing Office Office on the first floor of Neuadd Rathbone, College Road, Bangor, LL57 2DF.

 

Student self-help information

The Student Guide to private accommodation. Help and advice for all your housing needs.

http://www.bangorstudentpad.co.uk/DocumentStorage/housing%20brochure%20english.pdf

Your house hunting checklist

http://bangor.studentpad.co.uk/DocumentStorage/House%20Hunting%20Checklist%202012.pdf

Moving in Checklist

http://www.bangorstudentpad.co.uk/DocumentStorage/Moving%20Out%20Checklist%202014.pdf

Moving Out Checklist

http://www.bangorstudentpad.co.uk/DocumentStorage/Moving%20Out%20Checklist%202014.pdf

Tenancy Agreements - Self-Help for Students

http://www.bangorstudentpad.co.uk/DocumentStorage/SelfHelp%20on%20TenAgr%202014.pdf

A Guide to a Successful Student Tenancy

http://www.bangorstudentpad.co.uk/DocumentStorage/Student_Tenancy_Eng.pdf

Being a good neighbour

http://www.bangorstudentpad.co.uk/DocumentStorage/Good_Neighbours_Eng.pdf

Rent Smart Wales

https://www.rentsmart.gov.wales/en/

GOV guide to private renting

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

GOV tenancy deposit protection
https://www.gov.uk/tenancy-deposit-protection