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You can still reserve your room worry-free with Nido's Flexible Arrival Policy. We’ve got you covered if you’re delayed and even if you can’t make it at all, we’re here to support.

Here's how we can help:

  • Let us know when you’re planning to move in
  • You can arrive up to 90 days late with no charge
  • We’re here to support when you arrive after 90 days
  • No need to pay if you didn’t get a visa or place at Uni
  • We align your contract to your new course date

*T&C's apply, please visit
the FLEXIBLE ARRIVAL DETAILS and FAQ section below.*


Once you've reviewed all the info and you feel reassured, reserve your preferred room in just 5 easy steps.


Please note that the Flexible Arrival Policy relates to the following residences below.


CHOOSE YOUR LOCATION TO BOOK YOUR ROOM:

Globe Works - Birmingham

Castle Hill - Cambridge

Haigh Court - Liverpool

Heritage Court - Liverpool

The Walls - Southampton

Haymarket - Edinburgh

Alliot House - London

Barnard Point - London

West Hampstead - London

Arundel House - Coventry

Boyce House - Glasgow

St James - Glasgow



Below you can find all the Flexible Arrival Policy FAQs. If you have any further questions, or require any additional support, please do not hesitate to email or call your residence team directly. .

Arrive late – up until 90 days

  • Reserve your room for 20-21 worry-free. We’ve got you covered.
    If you are unable to start your Nido stay due to Covid-19 travel restrictions in the UK or your home country, you will not be charged for your unused room.
    The ‘free late arrival’ period (max. 90 days) will begin on your contract start date and will continue up until the date the relevant lockdown restriction has been lifted or your University opens the course on campus.
  • Students affected by Covid-19 restrictions will be able to take advantage of this policy, if you are either:
    • not allowed to leave your home country due to your home country government travel restrictions;
    • unable to enter the UK due to UK travel restrictions;
    • have a postponed Semester 1 course start date;
    • or your University switched to 100% e-learning for Semester 1.

Arriving after 90 days? We’re here for you.

  • If you are unable to start your Nido stay any later than 90 days following your contract start date, you will not be charged for the first 90 days of your licence agreement. However, the original terms of your licence agreement will resume on the 91st day which means you will need to pay for your stay from that day onwards.
  • We understand this crisis has impacted many of you financially and we remain committed to supporting our students as much as we can during this time. Therefore, if you are affected by the 90+ days policy, you do have the option to find a replacement to take over on your licence agreement. For any students facing financial hardship, we are here to listen and we will do everything we can to try and help. Please contact your Nido team, they will carefully review each situation on a case by case basis.

No place or visa? Don’t Pay!

  • Has your course changed to online learning for semester 1, 2, 3 or maybe even all 3?
  • Has your course been cancelled?
  • Have you not been able to get a visa?
  • Or perhaps didn’t get into Uni?

Not to worry, you will not be liable for any charges against your licence fees.
To be eligible for this policy you need to inform us in writing of your arrival date within 7 days of booking at bookings@nidostudent.com.

We match your new course date to your contract start date

If your course is postponed from its official 20/21 start date, we will happily align the start date of your licence agreement with the new start date of your Uni course. All we need is written confirmation from yourself and an official notice from the University. Please note that this date is non-negotiable.

Below you can find all the Flexible Arrival Policy FAQs. If you have any further questions or require any additional support, please do not hesitate to email or call your residence team directly. 

If you are unable to start your Nido stay due to Covid-19 travel restrictions in the UK or your home country, for up to the first 90 days you will not be charged for your unused room. The ‘free late arrival’ period (max. 90 days) will begin on your contract start date and will continue up until the date the relevant lockdown restrictions has been lifted or your University opens the course on campus.

To be eligible for this policy you need to:

  • inform us in writing within 7 days of booking at bookings@nidostudent.com;
  • You would need to be a student residing at the following residences: Globe Works, West Hampstead, Arundel House, Alliot House, Barnard Point, The Walls, Castle Hill, Haigh Court, Heritage Court, St James, Boyce House and Haymarket.

Students affected by Covid-19 restrictions will be able to take advantage of this policy, this means you are either:

  • not allowed to leave your home country due to your home country government travel restrictions;
  • unable to enter the UK due to UK travel restrictions;
  • have a postponed Semester 1 course start date;
  • or your University switched to 100% e-learning for Semester 1.

Any official communication from your university confirming that your course is delayed or cancelled. Or any official information from your home country that you are unable to travel to the UK due to Covid-19.

Not to worry, you will not be liable for any charges against your licence fees. To be eligible for this policy you need to inform us in writing within 7 days of booking via e-mail at bookings@nidostudent.com.

Not to worry, you will not be liable for any charges against your licence fees. To be eligible for this cancellation policy you need to inform us in writing within 7 days of booking via e-mail at bookings@nidostudent.com.

If your course is postponed from its official 20/21 start date, we will happily align the check-in date of your licence agreement with the new start date of your Uni course. All we need is written confirmation from yourself and an official notice from the University. Please note that this date is non-negotiable.

If you are unable to start your Nido stay any later than 90 days following your contract start date, you will not be charged for the first 90 days of your licence agreement. However, the original terms of your licence agreement will resume on the 91st day which means you will need to pay for your stay from that day onwards. We understand this crisis has impacted many of you financially and we remain committed to supporting our students as much as we can during this time. Therefore, if you are affected by the 90+ days policy, you do have the option to find a replacement to take over on your licence agreement. For any students facing financial hardship, we are here to listen and we will do everything we can to try and help. Please contact your Nido team, they will carefully review each situation on a case by case basis.

Yes, you will need to log in to your Nido Student Portal in order to re-sign your updated Licence agreement.

If you delay your check-in, any instalments that were paid will serve as credit towards the remainder of your stay.

If you have made payment in full for the 20/21 AY year and you need to delay your arrival, therefore have a shorter stay, you will receive a refund for the time you didn’t stay with us.

If you need to cancel your stay in full if permitted under this Policy, you will receive a refund of your pre-paid damage deposit as well as any pre-paid instalments which you may have made prior to the cancellation. Please note the that refund may be discounted with any necessary bank charges.

We require you to pay the first two weeks of your license fee up front, plus the £100 damage deposit to confirm your booking with us. 

Under new legislation issued by the Scottish Government you can terminate your licence if it is related to Covid-19 on giving us 28 days notice in writing at any time before the licence start date.

Of course. Our residences remain open and operating safely according to the latest NHS, Public Health England and government advice.  Nido continues to be your home, and our dedicated residence team are available to help support you and all our residents who continue to live with us.

The health safety and wellbeing of our students is our top priority.

An operational and strategic response group convenes daily, headed by our CEO Brian Welsh.  We are monitoring the situation closely and proactively following healthcare and government advice from the World Health Organization, Public Health England, the NHS, and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office to help ensure we are effectively managing the implications of coronavirus and responding as necessary.

 

Within our residences:

  • We are doing our best to keep a stock of hand sanitiser for you to use in each of our buildings. As you know there is a national shortage of this currently, but we are working hard to procure this for you and our teams where it may be running out
  • The best way to keep hands clean is by using soap and water, which we have available for you to use. We would encourage you to wash your hands frequently
  • Cleaning of all common areas is taking place daily, including weekends, at an increased frequency, with a focus on entry and exit buttons, lift buttons, door handles and high football areas
  • Posters with up to date advice and guidance are on display
  • Email communication with up to date advice and guidance sent regularly and posted on residence Facebook Groups
  • Where we have gyms in our residences, they will be closed until further notice due to the increased risk of spread from using the equipment
  • The common areas in our residences will be closed until further notice
  • A new visitor questionnaire and sign-in will be required to ensure our guests do not have any symptoms which may put our community at risk
  • We are advising our students to avoid social gatherings
  • We have cancelled the Nido events programme (all the events are now online via Instagram Live)
  • We are only running virtual tours of the residences
  • We are reducing contact with residents and only dealing with essential maintenance items to minimise the risk of spread
  • Our receptions are closed, but a member of the residence team is available on site
  • We are following social distancing measures, and advising our residents and teams to keep 2m apart
  • We recommend residents avoid ordering items to be delivered to reception, and are available to receive parcels directly from delivery drivers
  • Only two people at a time should use the Laundry room, and residents should use Laundry View in the first instance to book machines and check the status of their laundry
  • We strongly recommend that all of our students follow the most recent guidance from the NHS, the World Health Organization and Public Health England

You can visit our Covid-19 FAQ page by clicking here.