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Social housing applicants must be aged at least 23: govt

2017-10-20 08:03     Comment:1

Executive Council spokesman Leong Heng Teng said yesterday that the government has drafted a bill on social rental housing – according to which residents can apply for social housing units any time, unlike now where residents can only submit their application when the government launches a new round of applications for social housing units.

According to Leong, the bill also proposes that an applicant needs to be at least 23 years old, as opposed to the current minimum age requirement of 18.

Addressing a press conference at Government Headquarters, Leong said that the council, the government’s top advisory body, had completed its discussion of the bill on social rental housing.


Executive Council spokesman Leong Heng Teng (left) and Housing Bureau (IH) Director Arnaldo Ernesto dos Santos pose during yesterday’s press conference about the government’s social rental housing bill, at Government Headquarters.
Photo: Tony Wong

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