Fit for purposes

Bassim

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I have tried to use "fit for purposes" in my sentence. I am wondering if it is grammatically correct.

The local authorities have decided that the old music hall is no longer fit for purposes and they are going to build a new one.
 

teechar

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I have tried to use "fit for purpose" in my sentence. I am wondering if it is grammatically correct.

The local authorities have decided that the old music hall is no longer fit for purpose, and they are going to build a new one.
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andrewg927

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The local authorities have decided that the old music hall is no longer fit for purposes and they are going to build a new one.

To me, it sounds much better with "no longer fit for its purpose".
 

Phaedrus

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my vote: no longer fit for use
 
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