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1998 Data Protection Legislation
We abide by all legislation, and adhere to 'Best Practice' principles; meaning that all data will be not only lawfully but also morally and fairly processed.
All data is processed in accordance with Your rights; meaning any data held about You is viewable and can be erased on demand.
We always obtain consent from You before collecting or storing these details by any means. You are always at liberty to decline.
Statement of Purpose
All data collected will be processed for limited and clearly declared purposes. We never collect or retain personal data unless it is strictly necessary for our purposes. When collecting personal data, we always inform You who we are, what personal data we are collecting, processing and storing, and for what purpose. We do this before You are invited to give us any information.
If we need extra information for marketing purposes this is always made clear and the provision of the information is always optional. We only use personal data for marketing purposes where You have 'opted in' for Your information to be used in this way: such as Newsletters, Bulletins or e-Marketing initiatives.
If, at a later stage, You ask us to stop using Your data for marketing purposes we will do so immediately.
We will only give out Your data to Third Parties, if you have expressly chosen to allow us to do this. In such an instance, we will always make clear who those Third Parties are. If, at a later stage, information is altered, we will notify the Third Parties to whom the original information was communicated.
Changes to Your Data
Upon Your request we will correct, change or delete inaccurate details. Data that is out of date or no longer required will also be deleted on request.
Deletion of Your Data
We will stop processing data if You object to it because the processing is causing damage or distress.
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+44 (0)1620 842 255