We have developed this privacy
policy in order to demonstrate our firm commitment
to the privacy of your data. We are committed
to safeguarding the privacy of your data whilst
providing a personalised and valuable service.
If you have any requests concerning
your personal information or any queries with
regard to these practices please contact us
by e-mail at email@example.com.
all personal data as defined in
the Data Protection Act 1998. In this privacy
policy, we also refer to personal data as data,
information or personal information.
We collect personal information
from you in order that our services can be offered
as effectively as is possible. The only personal
information we routinely collect is:
1. your name; 2.
your address; 3. your email address;
If you contact us for any reason,
we may retain copies of any letters or emails,
and may record written details of any telephone
conversation with you. We will not make any
audio recording of telephone conversations.
USE OF INFORMATION
We use information held about
you only for the following purposes:
1. providing our services
2. responding to queries from you;
3. building up marketing profiles (please
note that your data is
used in anonymous form for this purpose).
We will not use your contact information
to send you any unsolicited mailing (whether
in print or electronic form).
We will not pass your information
to any third party except:
1. To any company or
individual we engage to provide functions
on our behalf, such as website hosting, delivering
goods to you or insuring those goods until
delivery. Such companies and individuals will
have access to personal information needed
to perform these functions, but may not use
it for any other purposes;
2. If we are required
to disclose information bythe police
any regulatory or government
a court of law
We will inform you of any such
order or request for disclosure as soon as reasonably
practicable after we receive it, unless we are
prohibited by law from doing so or it is not
reasonably practicable to do so.
3. If we are requested
to do so by a third party during the course
of an action for the infringement of their
rights which we reasonably believe to arise
from your use of this website. We will inform
you of any such request for disclosure as
soon as reasonably practicable after we receive
it, unless we are prohibited by law from doing
so or it is not reasonably practicable to
We use a number of technologies
and operational procedures to protect data submitted
to us by our users. Physical security of data
on our equipment is provided by a combination
of firewalls, website authentication services
and data encryption.
Cookies are small pieces of text-only
information that are stored by your browser
on your computers hard drive. The information
stored in cookies cannot be used by itself to
identify you. We can however link this information
with other personal information we hold about
you (see Information Collected,
above). See below for information on how we
If you are using one of the leading
current browsers (such as Firefox, Opera or
Internet Explorer) then you have the ability
to accept or decline cookies by modifying the
settings in your browser. However, you will
not be able to use all the interactive features
of our site if cookies are disabled.
We use two types of cookies on
this site: session cookies and persistent
Session Cookies are temporary
cookies that are deleted from your computer
when you leave the site. We use session cookies:
- to allow you to carry information
across pages of our site and avoid having
to re-enter information;
- within registration, to allow
you to access stored information;
- to collect general information
about you when you visit our web site. This
information includes technical information
related to your computer and the manner in
which you are accessing our site, such as:
the IP address of your computer; your operating
system and browser software; the website addresses
of the site from which you just came the site
to which you go next; and certain operating
metrics, such as the amount of time you use
our web site.
Persistent cookies remain
in the cookie file of your browser for much
longer (though how long will depend on the lifetime
of the specific cookie). We use persistent cookies:
- to help us recognise you as
a unique visitor (just a number) when you
return to our website;
- to allow us to tailor content
or advertisements to match your preferred
interests, and to avoid showing you the same
adverts repeatedly; and
- to ensure you are not invited
to complete a research survey or other interactive
features too often.
We aggregate the information we
collect from all users using cookies to help
us better understand how our site is used, and
so that we can provide more meaningful information
to corporate partners and more relevant content
and advertisements to our users. This aggregated
information is in anonymous form and we cannot
identify you personally from it.
We do not use any third
party cookies (cookies stored on behalf
of other companies, such as advertisers).
ACCESSING YOUR RECORDS
If at any stage you would like
to check the information held by us about you
1. send an electronic
mail to firstname.lastname@example.org;
2. write to NancollasGreer,
15 Nevill Way, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 7QL.
Please mark your email or letter,
Nancollas Greer Data Access Request.
We will take the necessary action
within a reasonable time. We reserve the right
to charge a fee of £10 for complying with
such a request. We also reserve the right to
take reasonable steps to confirm your identity
before making any disclosure of information
held by us.
this website and the revised Policy will take
effect once posted. Your continued use of this
website after the posting will signify your
agreement to the new terms.
TRANSMISSION OF DATA
Whilst we have taken all reasonable
steps to ensure that the information you provide
will be kept secure from unauthorised access
we cannot guarantee that the information will
be secure during transmission by you to this
If you access this website from
a country outside the European Economic Area
(EEA) and view personal information held by
us (such as your registration details), this
will involve transferring such data to the computer
you are using to access the website. You should
be aware that the country in which you are viewing
the data may have less stringent data protection
laws than countries within the EEA.
The data controller for the purposes
of the Data Protection Act 1998 is N and G (South
East) Limited trading as Nancollas Greer, 15
Nevill Way, Hove, East Sussex, BN3 7QL.
We have notified the Information
Commissioner of our processing, in accordance
with the Data Protection Act 1998.
If you have any questions about
our use of data held about you, please do not
hesitate to contact us.