Students renting from a UK-wide university accommodation company are being held liable for hefty fees despite the coronavirus outbreak.
Student Roost, which has 20 locations across the UK will not charge students for their digs from 1 May if you choose to move out early.
A spokesperson for Student Roost said: "These are incredibly challenging times and we are doing everything we can to support our residents. Although our properties remain open and our residents remain enrolled with their university, we do understand why many of our students have chosen to move out of their accommodation to study online in their family home.
"As these are unprecedented circumstances, we have made an exception to our normal cancellation policy to support our residents. We will be cancelling residents' payments from May 1 if they plan to move out, or have already moved out, of their student accommodation. If students contact us to take up this offer, we will not charge them any rent from May 1 onwards.
"We'd recommend that any students who are affected contact us directly so that we can discuss this with them further."
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