GradPad fees

For details regarding GradPad fees and payment, please see the GradPad website.

Silwood Park fees 2021/22

Silwood Park fees and payment

Accommodation fees

Rent includes utility bills, internet accessbasic contents insurancemaintenancecommunal cleaning and a contribution towards your halls activity fund. Rent is paid on a termly basis, so it's easy to keep track of what needs to be paid and when.

HallType of roomNumber of bed spacesWeekly rent per person
Brian Flowers Standard single 16 £109
John Smith Standard single 27 £109
Mary Flowers One bedroom flat (available for single or double occupancy) 2 £225 per flat
Southwood Standard single 23 £109 
  Double room (can accommodate 2 people) 3 £175 per room
  Studio (can accommodate 2 people) 2 £198 per studio
 William Penny Standard single 27 £98

Page last updated: 30/03/2021

How to pay

How to pay for your accommodation

All payments for accommodation fees must be made by one of the following methods:

  • Online payments please pay online
  • Cheque or bank draft drawn on a British bank in sterling, all charges borne by the sender. Cheques, etc., should be made payable to ‘Imperial College’. Please send all cheques and bank drafts to, Accounts Receivable, Imperial College London, Level 3, Sherfield Building, London, SW7 2AZ. Don't forget to include your full name, CID number and your invoice number
  • Sterling cash at the Nat West branch opposite South Kensington Station, 18 Cromwell Place
    London SW7 2LB
  • Bank transfer, please note that it is your responsibility to ensure that you notify the College of the purpose of the payment, giving full details of your name and CID number, as follows:
    Bank: National Westminster Bank plc
    Address: 18 Cromwell Place
    London SW7 2LB
    Sort Code: 51-50-01
    Account: 00600032
    Iban: GB67NWBK51500100600032
    Name: Imperial College London
    Swift Code: NWBKGB2L
    Reference: Your name and CID number – this is very important.

Please be aware that additional charges may be applied by the receiving bank that must be met by the sender.