This is the bit of the website where we tell you about our policies on privacy and data protection. Everyone has this on their website. As far as we know, no legal case has ever turned on website terms and conditions, but if you are interested then read on. We promise that we won’t steal your passport or hijack your computer. We reserve the right to revise our rules and policies at any time, so if these are important to you then please check back from time to time.
Our website terms and conditions are different from our terms of business. Please contact us for details of our terms of business.
We wrote this website ourselves, so we claim copyright over all of the pages, and reserve all of our rights. We don’t mind if you download parts of it or store it temporarily. Permanent copying, storage or the re-distribution of this information is not allowed.
We make sure that when we collect and use information about you we do so in accordance with legislation, and also with data protection best practice. You do not have to give us any information to use this website. However, if you want to subscribe to our newsletters, follow our blogs, apply for a job or want to do business with us, this will involve sending us data. We will use this internally and with our agencies in the proper execution of the intended use. We will not sell your data.
Under the Data Protection Act you may have the right to request a copy of the personal information that Leathams Ltd. holds about you, and to have any inaccuracies corrected. We will use reasonable effort to supply, correct or delete personal information about you on our files if you ask us to.
If you want to contact us about this, please write to:
The Data Protection Officer
Leathams Ltd, 2 Rollins Street, London, SE15 1EW
This website and the associated databases are operated by Leathams Ltd. We take your privacy seriously and we promise to take all reasonable measures to protect your personal information. We only request necessary information and we try to keep details accurate and up-to-date.
We collect information about website users through our enquiry forms, when you subscribe to our email newsletters, or sign up to our blogs. We use this information to enable us to provide existing and potential customers with information about products and services that we offer. This information may be provided by email, post or telephone.