Accommodation Team

Autumnal St Helens Rd v2

This page contains information for landlords. If you don’t find what you’re looking for here, then please contact the team: or 01695 584200

If you wish to renew your registration with us, or you are a new landlord wishing to register for the first time, please download the documents below. You will need to complete, sign and return the registration form, read the Landlord Guide and Code of Practice and provide us with a current landlord gas safety certificate.

LandlordRegForm – Registration Form: Please ensure that the form is completed with all relevant information and signed and return to the Accommodation Office by email or post.

TenancyAgreement – Tenancy Agreement: This is a sample contract which you can use if you wish. Alternatively, please send us a copy of your own contract.

Guide for Landlords image – Landlord Guide:This handbook is intended as a guide to existing and potential property owners. It is designed to help you to let your property to students within the legal framework and details standards that have become the norm for students and Edge Hill.

Landlord Code of Practice image – Code of Practice: The Code of Practice aims to improve the quality of accommodation available to students, encourage good practice in management and maintenance and provide an effective marketing tool for landlords who give a commitment to quality.

Student Funding is paid to students in three instalments; usually towards the end of September, the beginning of January and the end of April. It is not possible for this funding to be brought forward as the dates are set by Student Finance England.

Students who are studying on an NHS-funded course (Midwifery, Nursing, Operating Department Practice) receive their funding monthly, usually on the third Friday of each month. They also receive an instalment of maintenance loan three times per year; usually towards the end of September, the beginning of January and the end of April.

safeThe Gas Safe Register is the official list of gas engineers who are qualified to work safely and legally on gas appliances. Always check your engineer is on the Gas Safe Register.


Please have a look at this short three minute video, which explains the importance of using Gas Safe registered engineers in order to eliminate the risk of a gas leak or carbon monoxide poisoning.

If you let your property on an assured shorthold tenancy and you charge a deposit then by law you must protect your tenants’ deposits in a Tenancy Deposit Scheme.

The three approved schemes are:

DSP   My Deposits   RLA