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The Homes for London website uses a small number of cookies to give us a better overall picture of how people interact with the site, and how we can improve our services to our users.
Below are details of the cookies we use, and their purpose.
The information we gather through this process is completely anonymous, and visitors to the site cannot be identified.
The cookies set for this purpose are:
At certain points when you’re on the Homes for London website you may submit information that you want the site to remember during your visit. For example, when you input your email address and this is passed through to another page.
We use Blue State Digital cookies for this purpose:
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If you choose not to accept cookies from the Homes for London website, some sections will not work properly (eg send an email).
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