INFORMATION WE COLLECT
Some information we are contractually obliged to collect.
When you make an enquiry or a contract with us we collect the contact name, address, email address and telephone number(s).
We will use your contact information for interactions during the course of our business.
We are legally obliged to retain this information for a set period, currently 7 years.
After that period you may ask for the information to be deleted.
We also collect additional information to help provide a better service.
You can ask for this additional information to be deleted at any time.
How the information is stored
This information is held on paper and computer records in the business premises, which are locked when vacant. It is not passed to any third parties, except when required to by legal authorities.
Who holds and has access to the data?
Only the business owner (Philip Taylor) has access to this information.
Access to your information
You have the right to request a copy of the information we hold about you. If you would like a copy of this information please contact us via any of our contact methods.
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