St Andrews Court
student accommodation glasgow
St. Andrew’s Court provides a high standards of living for students studying at any one of Glasgow’s prestigious universities.
Originally used as a Sherriff’s Courthouse, this period property incorporates many of the original features to retain its individuality and stand-out from other new-build developments in the area.
Comprised of 122 self-contained studios and an impressive range of communal facilities, students can choose between three different studio sizes to suit their individual level of budget.
The property is block managed by Fortis Estate Management and operated by Fortis Student Living.
We highly recommend Fortis Student Livings parent company, Fortis Lettings and Management, as a lettings and management company for all properties within the building.
Conforming to the ANUK National Code for Student Accommodation, Fortis Student Living follow a distinct set of standards for our student accommodation. Accreditation is voluntary and is available for both educational establishments and private accommodation providers, the purpose being to provide students with professional housing services.
The standards chosen for the Codes reflect a balance of common sense obligations and responsibilities between landlords and tenants. They also reflect established best practice in the sector and are based on what an average student and their parents would expect of a good quality housing supplier. The standards are supported by the voice of students themselves through the National Union of Students.What does the code mean?
- both parties can enjoy the benefits of good standards of housing management and practice
- misunderstandings and disputes are reduced
- when problems do occur, they can be promptly resolved.