This statement explains the data we may hold about you, how we use it, and the legal basis for this usage. It then goes on to explain your rights and what you can do if you feel they are being infringed.
Like any company we maintain a contacts list, and you may be on it. This is most definately not a list we use for mass mailings and marketing emails (otherwise we would most definately need your consent to hold this information).
If you are on our list, then we'll hold some combination of the following:
Depending on our relationship with you we may hold additional information, for example:
Your data will either be stored on secured servers inside our network, or on cloud hosted services. Any cloud servers we use are located inside the EU or the US - if in the US then the service providers will be signed up to the Privacy Shield Framework.
We believe that we have a lawful basis for holding your data and processing your data. This could either be because we have some form of contract with you, or because we believe there are other legitimate interests in doing so.
If we have some form of contract with you or you've asked us to provide you with a proposal, or indeed if we are responding to your proposal, then this provides the lawful basis for our use of your data.
Even if we don't hold a contract with you, we still believe we have a legitimate interest in holding and using your data. This is because:
If at any point you feel that the information we may keep about you is unjustified or incorrect, then you do have the right to see it, have it corrected, or even to have it deleted (seems a bit rash!).
If you wish to exercise any of these rights you should let us know
. If you feel that your enquiry has not been correctly dealt with you can contact the UK Information Commissioner's Office
Last updated: August 2018