Accommodation

Off campus

Information for landlords

To give students and their parents’ peace of mind we advertise University approved off campus accommodation.

If you wish to advertise your properties with us you must be accredited/or working towards accreditation by DASH Landlord Accreditation and provide us with your registration number.

This scheme accredits landlords rather than individual properties and is supported by Loughborough University, Charnwood Borough Council and other Local Authorities in the East Midlands region.

The properties of a Landlord accredited under the DASH Scheme will meet the minimum standards to provide a safe living environment. The premises will, for example, be in a good state of repair, meet relevant fire regulations, have appropriate gas and electrical safety certificates, and have study bedrooms of a specific standard.

You will be required to attend a one day training course covering property management based on the ANUK/IDeA landlord development manual and the Housing Health and Safety Rating System (HHSRS). In addition, you are required to participate in a minimum of 10 hours continual professional development per year.

Our advertising service includes:

  • Advertising year from 1 December to 30 November every year
  • Full marketing of properties to over 13,000 students
  • Advertising on the Studentpad website
  • Access to Studentpad to register and maintain advertisements
  • One or two 'House' property grading scheme
  • Ability to download Energy Performance Certificate via advertisement
  • Promoted for 1st December every year and at the Student Union Housing Bazaar
  • Inclusion on lists of available properties displayed in the Student Accommodation Centre
  • Reminders when Gas and Electrical inspections are due
  • Option to purchase up to date Assured Shorthold Tenancy contracts written specifically for student lettings

All landlords must accept the University's Terms and conditions of Service which includes adherence to the Landlords Charter. All properties must meet the standard of the 'one house' property grade.