Please review the below criteria required to rent any of our apartments:
  • The apartment details which include the rental monthly values are outlined on the "Find your apartment page" so please do review the options available in advance, this will help us ensure we are able to accommodate your preferences and choices in line with your personal requirements.
  • Household annual income must be equal to and at least 2.66 the annual rent value
  • Where a guarantor is required, the guarantor's income must equal at least 4x the annual rent value and they will go through referencing checks.
  • We are unable to accept anyone with an adverse credit record or with outstanding CCJ's
  • Applicants must provide Right to Rent documentation during the referencing checks
  • All documentation must the provided to the referencing company within 3 days of making a reservation and having your reservation approved.
  • In the event of a successful application, your holding commitment will be offset against your first month’s rent as rental credit. To confirm the reservation, a payment of £400 will be due on the day of your application as a holding commitment, which will remove the selected property from the market for you.

*By continuing to apply for an apartment, you agree to the rental criteria above and understand that the holding commitment can be retained in full, if your contract is not signed 14 days prior to the tenancy start date or if you have given false or misleading information that leads to a declined reference.

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Rental Tips

6 ways to add personality to your rental home



6 ways to add personality to your rental home


We teamed up with interiors blogger @emmajanepalin to get her top tips for bringing your own unique style and personality to your Coppermaker Square apartment.

  1. Use soft furnishings to add texture, colour and pattern


The colour and style of the bed linen you choose can make all the difference to the mood of your bedroom. Neutral browns and creams create a sense of calm, fluffy pinks and purples radiate luxury, while dark velvety blues and greens invite you to curl up with a good book.

Get the look: John Lewis’ ANYDAY range is the perfect place to pick up great-value décor essentials, from cushions to throw blankets.


  1. Hang or lean different artwork


Displaying artwork is a great way to convey who you are and your interior style. At Coppermaker Square, residents are invited to put their own stamp on their apartment by putting up pictures, painting walls or hanging wallpaper. We’ll even give you complementary access to a handyman for an hour on move-in day to make a start.

Get the look: Urban Outfitters in Westfield Stratford City has a varied collection of wall art, from famous prints to woven wall hangings and even removable wallpaper.


  1. Add books, objects, candles and photos to display areas


Surrounding yourself with photos, postcards and keepsakes that mean something to you will make your space feel unique and lived in. Pile books onto coffee tables, add candles to shelves and find time to print and frame those holiday photos to remind you of your favourite memories. You can mix these up every so often for a complete style refresh.

Get the look: Head to Foyles for the perfect coffee table book to suit your interests. Westfield Stratford City’s 5,000sq feet-store has a wide selection covering all subjects, from fashion photography to cookery or interior design.


  1. Bring texture to the bathroom


Small touches and accessories, such as a wooden bath brush, trays or woven storage baskets can transform your bathroom into a mini-sanctuary. And for that added a little bit of luxury, treat yourself to some fancy soap.

Get the look: ARKET homewares sells a versatile selection of bathroom accessories, while The White Company’s range of skincare and fragrance are truly scents from heaven.


5.Create something new in the kitchen/dining area with tableware

By setting your table using colourful crockery and table linen you can create a look to suit your personality. Choose from artfully mismatched items to create bohemian vibe or solid earthenware bowls and plates for a more minimalist but homely feel. And don’t forget to light candles to add a welcoming scent.


Get the look: Pop to Manzo Design in Hackney Wick to check out their granite placemats and coasters, or if you’re looking for a pop of colour H&M Home has you covered.


  1. If in doubt, add plants

There’s no better way to bring your apartment to life than by filling it with real houseplants and fresh flowers. Greenery adds texture to a space by bringing the outside in, while offering numerous benefits to your health and wellbeing.



Get the look:

Head to Columbia Road flower market for the widest selection of plants and blooms in East London. Open every Sunday from 8am – 3pm, this busy street market sells everything from garden herbs to hydrangeas.