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Lime Court Student
Accommodation

Lime Court student accomodation is located above Worlds Apart comic book shop in the heart of Liverpool City Centre with a great selection of local amieties right on your doorstep, with Lime Street train station just a few minutes walk away.

Our Lime Court rooms are fully furnished and all your utility bills are included in your rent, together with free fast Wi-Fi, no need to worry about additional costs!

For your convenience a private laundry room is available on site (contains coin operated machines, payable per use) & maintenance support should you need it. 

£100 Cashback *

Free WiFi

Great Location

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Bills Included

Onsite Laundry

Room details
& pricing

Lancaster Flat

44 week Tenancy

Bills Included

Single bed 

Queen bed (Free upgrade if room size supports it)

Study desk

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£90

per week

Worcester Flat

44 week Tenancy

Bills Included

Single bed 

Queen bed (Free upgrade if room size supports it)

Study desk

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£90

per week

*For full details of cashback offer see here.

Take a look around

Property
  overview

In the heart of Liverpool city centre lies Lime Court, a residence comprising six flats accommodating a range of 3 to 7 students each. Its prime location coupled with reasonable rates make Lime Court an attractive option for student living arrangements.

Within Lime Court each bedroom boasts either a single or queen-size bed, dependent upon room size, alongside amenities such as a wardrobe, bedside cabinet, chest of drawers, television, telephone, and an ample number of electrical outlets.

 

Complimentary Wi-Fi is included for free within the rental package (upto 80mbs per user), complemented by communal bathroom facilities featuring showers and toilets. Furthermore, these Liverpool student lodgings offer fully equipped kitchens, communal lounges, and a laundry facility, presenting an all-encompassing living experience conducive to budget-conscious students seeking convenience.

Location
  location

Lime Court
Student Accommodation

58-60 Lime Street, Liverpool City Centre, Liverpool, L1 1JN

Lime Court Student Accommodation is ideally situated in the heart of Liverpool, providing easy access to the city’s top universities. Liverpool John Moores University is a mere 10-minute walk away, while the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts can be reached in just 13 minutes on foot. The University of Liverpool is also conveniently close, at a distance of 20 minutes by foot.

Lime Court is a stone’s throw away from the vibrant city centre of Liverpool, which is teeming with a wide array of popular bars, pubs, and clubs. It’s a mere 10-minute walk to the renowned Liverpool One Shopping Centre.

Lime Court offers the perfect blend of convenience and student living, with a Tesco Superstore just 8 minutes away on foot. Bus stops are easily accessible within a two-minute walk, offering easy access to university campuses, Liverpool sports grounds, and the iconic docklands. Liverpool Lime Street Station is only 12 minutes away, providing excellent transport links to Manchester, Birmingham, London, and beyond.

  • How do I apply for a room?
    Reserving your room couldn't be easier, just fill our reservation form by signing up to the TJT Students members area here. Once we receive your completed reservation form we will contact you to advise what documents and deposit (if applicable) we need to process your application. When all requested documents have been received and checked by our student manager a contract will be created and emailed to you and your guarantor(if you have one) to sign using our chosen e-signing provider DocuSign.
  • Am I eligible to apply for a room with TJT Students?
    To apply for a room with us you MUST meet the critera below:- 1) Be a full time student (at least 21 hours a week) that will be at least 18 years old at the time your course starts. 2) Have recieved a conditional or unconditional offer from your chosen University that shows the name of your course and states that it is a full time Course, an offer letter from the University may also be accepted provided it displays all the required information.
  • Do I Need A Guarantor?
    A UK based guarantor is required for tenancies were you want to pay in instlaments. This is usually a parent or guardian. Overseas students and those who cannot provide a UK based guarantor are unable to pay the rent in instalments and must pay in full upfront. If you are unable to pay upfront you may be able to use rent guarantor service such as housing hand (opens in new window), they offer students a secured, reliable and insured rent guarantor service.
  • How Long Is The Tenancy For?
    Our Tenancies run for 44 weeks. Should you wish to extend your stay please contact us as early as possible to extend your stay. We may also be able to offer shorter Tenancies, subject to availability.
  • Can I choose who to live with?
    Provided you advise us at the time of booking, and we have availability, we will always try and accommodate such request.* *Don't forget to list the friends that you would like to live with when you fill out your reservation form!
  • What's a Guarantor?
    When a student chooses to pay in instalments, the student will need a guarantor to sign the tenancy paperwork. A guarantor is a third party, such as a parent or relative who takes joint financial responsibility for the tenancy if they fail to pay their rent.
  • I've filled out a reservation form, what happens next?
    Once we receive your completed reservation form we will contact you to request the documents and deposit (if applicable) we need to process your application. 1.) We will need you to supply a copy of Photo ID (e.g your passport) and your university acceptance letter, this should show confirmtion you are a full time university student (Studying for at least 21 hours per week) 2.) When all requested documents have been received and checked by our student manager your contract will be emailed to you via our chosen e-siging platform DocuSign.(The email you receive will look similar to the example shown below and be from our Stutent Property Manager Lorna Murphy) 3.) Once you have signed your agrrement it will be automatically forwared to your guarantor (if you have one), they must also read and signed the agreement below it will be sent back to us to complete. 4.) Once our student property manger has signed the agreement all parties will recieve an email copy of the agreement.
  • How do you allocate rooms?
    When applying for a room you will notice a series of questions on our reservation form regarding your reservation, we use this to determine the type of room/flat that you require (all female flat, 3rd years only for example). While we can not gurantee these requests we will always try to accomodate them if possible.
  • I'm a guarantor. What does this mean?
    When a student chooses to pay in instalments, the student will need a guarantor to sign the tenancy paperwork. A guarantor is a third party, normally a parent or relative who takes joint financial responsibility for the tenancy. When you agree to be a guarantor, your role is to help them live up to their side of the tenancy agreement. This includes ensuring they pay their rent on time and adhere to our behaviour policy. You take joint financial responsibility for the tenancy, which means you agree to pay the rent if they can’t.
  • Who can be a guarantor?
    A guarantor for student accommodation is normally a parent or relative and someone who is working and a homeowner. To stand as guarantor you must be able to provide us with th following ID:- (i) A copy of proof of identity (with photograph) such as: Passport Drving Licence Other government recognisd photo ID (ii) A copy of proof of address (less than 3 months old) such as: Utility bill statement (i.e. Electricity, Water, Telephone) Bank statement Council tax bill for current year
  • I have a concern about my son or daughter. Who can I discuss this with?
    If at any time you’re concerned about your child, please call us on 0151-708-6544 during office hours. We can’t discuss account-related details with you but we will always follow-up on any concerns you raise, whether that’s with your student or with our welfare contacts at their university.

Prospect Thomas

“Thanks Mrs Lorna......
always making us feel at home."

Fasih Syed

"Best accommodation, near Lime Street. Opp to Lidl … 100m walk to Aldi, Argos, John Lewis, & many more pubs & bars."

Natasha Williams

“Been here a few times visiting friends and it's amazing. Big double rooms, more than enough space."
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