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107 Kelvinhaugh Street, G3 8PX

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  • 232 Beds

  • 1.5 miles from city centre

About Tramworks

Tramworks is a new, stylish property with a sociable atmosphere. It has a gym, common room, study room, large outdoor courtyard and parking is available. The property is located in the west end, close to the city centre and just five minutes’ walk from Glasgow University Campus.

Ensuite rooms

A range of rooms in shared flats with shared kitchens and your own bathroom

Studio rooms

Individual flats with your own kitchen and own bathroom


These rooms have a generous three-quarter sized bed. Our accessible en-suite rooms have facilities that can be used with ease.

Each room has a large Wi-Fi connected working space with desk and chair to make your room an ideal environment for your studies.

  • 4

All year - £136 per week


En-suite rooms are packed with features such as a private bathroom, a comfortable three-quarter sized bed, your own desk and Wi-Fi connected work space. A typical room is 13.5 metres squared.

You will have a shared lounge and fully fitted kitchen area to relax in with your flat mates.

You'll find plenty of room for your belongings with a large wardrobe and under-bed storage space.

  • 4-5

All year - £137 per week

Academic year - £138 per week


Our fully equipped studio apartments are perfect if you prefer to live independently and study in private.

As well as a three-quarter sized bed, you'll have a fully fitted kitchen, separate en-suite shower room with sink and toilet.

Studios are 20 metres squared and have plenty of storage space under your bed in addition to a wardrobe, drawers and shelves.

  • 0

All year - £177 per week

Academic year - £185 per week


Our accessible studios provide all your home comforts with the added benefit of living independently. Our studios include a modern kitchen area with enough space for you to cook, study and entertain.

The rooms are fitted with a three-quarter sized bed and have facilities that can be used with ease.

  • 0

All year - £177 per week


For students who prefer to live independently, our studios are perfect for both relaxing and studying.

Studios range from 23 to 24.5 metres squared with a comfortable three-quarter sized bed. As well as your own bathroom and fully fitted kitchen/dining area, you’ll have a well-equipped and Wi-Fi connected work space.

The rooms are extremely popular with people who like their own space, or are looking for minimal interruptions during their studies.

  • 0

All year - £183 per week

All of the following comes included in the room price

With Unite Students you won't have to worry about the little details. We've got everything covered, from internet to contents insurance.

Your living essentials

  • All bills included in the rent

  • Wi-fi included throughout the property

  • Basic contents insurance included

  • Secure properties looked after by service teams 24/7

  • Log any maintenance requests with our teams via the free MyUnite app

  • On site support from property teams

  • 24/7 emergency contact centre

Facilities in Tramworks

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    Furnished bedrooms and fitted kitchens

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    Study and socialise in your common space

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    Laundry facilities in the property

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    Bike storage

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    Vending machines - snacks on site!

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    Keep fit at your convenience with an on-site gym

On your doorstep

Social Scenes
Glasgow’s West End is a well sought after area, especially for students. It is home to both Byres Road and the popular Ashton Lane that boast some of the best bars, restaurants and cafés within the city. Ashton Lane also hosts a quirky two-screen Cinema.
Tramworks is also on the doorsteps of attractions such as Kelvingrove Art Gallery, The Hunterian Museum and the Riverside Museum, all of which are free to visit.
Glasgow is second only to London in the UK for shopping and, as Kelvin Court is in the heart of the West End, you are surrounded by independent boutiques. Glasgow City Centre is only a 20-minute walk away; home to a great range of high street and designer stores.
Living at Tramworks means you have the perfect base to explore the city, whatever you may be interested in. The property sits at the foot of Kelvingrove Park, a popular location for students and city residents alike, especially in the spring and summer months.
Glasgow is famous for its music scene, with a wide range of venues that are well worth visiting. From smaller venues such as King Tuts Wah Wah Hut (where Oasis were discovered) to larger venues like the S.E.C.C (Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre) and the O2 Glasgow, where you can see international acts on their UK tours.
Getting Active
Tramworks not only has its own gym which is free to use for residents, it is only minutes away from Kelvin Hall International Sports Arena which features badminton courts, five-a-side football and a state of the art gym. All of the city’s universities and further education establishments will have their own sports clubs, so whatever your sport, there are a number of organisations that will keep you active whilst in Glasgow.
Glaswegians are particularly passionate about football, and the city is home to three major stadiums. Hampden Park is the national football team’s stadium and is just 20-30 minutes from the city centre. Celtic Park (home to Glasgow Celtic Football Club) and Ibrox Stadium (home to Rangers Football Club) are a similar distance from the property.
Glasgow was host city for the 2014 Commonwealth Games and has seen massive transformation and investment in its sporting facilities, such as the new Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome which will host cycling events at the upcoming games.

Close and convenient

Travel and Transport
Tramworks is close to all transport links in Glasgow and is easily accessible by car, bus or train. It is minutes away from Kelvin Hall Underground Station which offers access to the rest of the city at a reasonable price.
Tramworks is also minutes away from Exhibition Centre train station which has frequent links into Glasgow Central where you would then be able to explore the rest of the UK.
Glasgow Airport is also 15 minutes away via road. If you don’t have access to a car, catch a bus from Dumbarton Road.
The Glasgow underground system allows you to travel around various areas of the city in a short space of time. The nearest station to Tramworks is Kelvin Hall.
Other than the subway there are a number of local buses that operate in and around the city and also travel to surrounding areas.
Whilst you are in Glasgow don’t miss out the opportunity to take the train from Queen Street to explore the Scottish Highlands or visit Edinburgh, which is only an hour away.
Local Essentials
Students at Tramworks make use of the Sainsbury’s Local which is situated on Argyle Street, just minutes from the property. This street also features a Tesco Metro and a number of convenience stores, perfect for our students.
For larger shopping trips, there is Morrison’s Supermarket ten minutes’ walk or five minutes in a taxi from the property, located just off Dumbarton Road.
Byres Road houses all of the leading high street banks too, so everything you need is close by.
For Glasgow University students, Tramworks is in a perfect location. The library on Glasgow University campus is only 15 minutes’ walk from the property, found just off University Avenue.
Your Wellbeing
The nearest hospital to Tramworks is the Western Infirmary. This is a five-minute walk from Tramworks and has a 24-hour Accident & Emergency department.  You can also access GPs based in the health centre section at the hospital.
You can register with many local dental practices or contact the Glasgow Dental Hospital which is situated on Sauchiehall Street, and is 20 minutes away from Tramworks should you require treatment.
If you require further welfare/financial help then you can speak to your university/college for dedicated university support centres.