Aims of the Lettings Criteria Sample Clauses

Aims of the Lettings Criteria. 2.1 The aim of these lettings criteria is to ensure that properties in the Supported Accommodation schemes are let fairly to people in eligible need and to give people as much choice and control as possible about the place they live.
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