NTU has announced their accommodation rent to be waived for current lockdown duration.
Currently, the Government guidance is that only students on future critical worker courses and those with special circumstances should return to their term time accommodation in Nottingham. Leaving the majority of students paying for accommodation they are being asked by the Government not to use.
Following dialogue with Nottingham Trent Students’ Union (NTSU), the decision has been made to not to wait for the Government to respond to student concerns. NTU are going to do the right thing for students paying rent for accommodation that is run directly by the University or under partnership by UPP. A full list of the halls this included on the Your Accommodation webpage.
Students who are not occupying or using their NTU-owned or operated rooms will not be required to pay accommodation rent from Monday 4 January up to and including Sunday 21 February 2021. This period reflects the known period of the current restrictions. This will be reviewed again in February, when the position on national restrictions and their impact on universities will hopefully be clear.
If you are not using your hall of residence room, and are entitled to a rent waiver as outlined above, please complete the NTU and UPP Halls Rent Reduction Form which will have been sent to your NTU email account.
For more information, please visit the NTU Your Accommodation webpage below.
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