ABCs of Adulting
Moving away from your parents can be overwhelming...
But don't worry, your VPE 20/21 Jawad and VPW 20/21 Safa are here to help you out and tell you all you need to know about adulting.
How Can we Help?
- Tenancy Agreements
- Checking Contract
- Property Issues
- Landlord Issues
- Conflicts with Flatmates
- Leaving Agreements Rent Early
- Rent Arrears
If you have any questions or require advice you can contact us by email firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0121 204 4848 if you would like to book an appointment to see one of our advisers.
The SU also offers accommodation at The Green. The residences comprise of 52 terraced houses that have been modernised and converted into 60 apartments with free on street parking available to all residents. The area is monitored by CCTV with good lighting.
Aston Student Homes
Accommodation support service called Aston Student Homes who advertise a wide choice of properties throughout Birmingham to help Aston University students find good quality private accommodation from landlords who meet ASH Standards.
No matter what the housing issue is feel free to contact us for confidential advice. If we can’t help we know of other specialist agencies who may be able to help.
Emergency Housing Support
For expert advice regarding your contract and housing rights, visit Shelter’s online advice pages which have online resources accessible 365 days a year. They also have an emergency helpline if you have nowhere to sleep tonight or are at risk of harm or abuse in your home.
Get in contact or find out more:
- Website: Shelter
- Emergency Helpline: 0808 800 4444 (8am - 6pm on Weekdays, excluding Bank Holidays)
- Webchat: Get Help - Webchat
St Basils helps young people aged 16-25, across the West Midlands region, who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
SIFA Fireside who offer support and services for vulnerably housed and homeless adults in Birmingham. Visitors to the Drop In are able to access food, showers and clothing as well as a range of support services dealing with physical and mental health and different aspects of everyday well-being.
SIFA Fireside Drop In Times:
Drop in sessions run Mondays to Fridays from 9am to 12:45pm.
Monday - Friday: Breakfast is served between 9am - 10am, Lunch is served between 12pm - 12:45pm
Saturday & Sunday: Not open currently
Emergency Accomodation Advice: 9am - 4:30pm, Monday - Friday