Supporting community cohesion


Liverpool Student Homes works with stakeholder universities, students' unions and external partners to develop initiatives that encourage positive relationships between students and the local community.  



Joint Liverpool Students Community Pledge


The Univerisites/HEIs of Liverpool are asking their students to sign up to the Joint Liverpool Students Community Pledge. Students and staff play a vital role within Liverpool, including the wider community to build strong and respectful communities. Click the thumbnail below to view the pledge, you can also download a copy.



Off-Campus Student Co-ordinator


The universities have an Off-Campus Student Co-ordinator, who is a point of contact for emerging issues that arise within the community. The co-ordinator works holistically to foster greater community cohesion, through maintaining an open dialogue with stakeholder groups. For enquiries please email



Student Community Guide


We produce a handy Student Community Guide annually in collaboration with Liverpool Guild, JMSU and HopeSU, which gives lots of tips for settling in and keeping safe. You can view our most recent community guide by clicking the thumbnail above.



Becoming part of a community video


Take a look at our video for tips on moving into a new community.




Liverpool City Council


LSH works in partnership with Liverpool City Council and we also support current public health awareness campaigns and distribute information about recycling and household waste.


Click the thumbnail below to view and download the Liverpool City Council Advice for Tenants booklet.




Citysafe - community safety


Citysafe is Liverpool's community safety partnership. Citysafe work with partners to build safer communities and reduce crime and the fear of crime in our communities.


Our current student burglary reduction campaigns focus on the following areas:


  • Now Lock The Door!
  • Now Secure The Window!
  • Tailgating
  • No 'To Let' Signs


Merseyside Police


LSH works closely with Merseyside Police to produce communications that help to raise awareness amongst students about home security and personal safety.


The Immobilise Property Register helps the Police to identify the owners of recovered items. You can register your valuables for FREE and improve your chances of getting them back if they are lost or stolen.


Find your dedicated local Police Officer for your area or alternatively call 101 or visit the Merseyside Police website.



Merseyside Fire and Resuce Service


LSH helps to raise awareness of fire safety in the home, in partnership with Merseyside Fire and Rescue Service. Read more on our dedicated fire safety page.