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What do the advert icons mean?

We use advert icons to provide a quick guide to the features of a property. Here's a guide to what they mean and some examples of the type of icons we use:

 Bids accepted from homeseekers only

Bids accepted from Transferring Tenants only

   Bids accepted from both Homeseekers and Transferring Tenants

   Number of bedrooms. This example shows 1 bedroom

   Property is suitable for three to four people.  In this example the minimum is 3 and the maximum is 4.

   Property is on the ground floor

   Property is on the fourth floor

 The property has a lift 

The property does not have a lift

 The property is restricted to those over the age of 60.

  Suitable for someone who uses a wheelchair indoors and outdoors on a permanent basis

 Suitable for someone cannot manage stairs or steep gradients and who requires a wheelchair for outdoors mobility

Suitable for someone who is mobile but can only manage one or two steps or stairs

  This property is advertised in both the council's and the Housing Association landlord's section. The landlord Housing Association's transfer tenants will have priority over   transfer applicants within each priority band, although any eligible transfer tennants can apply

    This icon included in a property advert indicates that pets ARE allowed (however, there may still be some restrictions depending on size and numbers).

    This icon included in a property advert indicates that pets are NOT allowed.

    Properties advertised as Affordable Rent