Your rights under EU data protection laws
You have legal rights under EU data protection laws in relation to your personal information. Click on the links below to
learn more about each right you may have. To exercise any of your rights please contact our Data Protection Officer
To access personal information
You can ask us to confirm whether or not we have and are using your personal information and for a copy of your information.
To correct / erase personal information
You can ask us to correct any information about you which is incorrect. We will be happy to rectify such information but
would need to verify the accuracy of the information first.
You can ask us to erase your information if you think we no longer need to use it for the purpose we collected it from you.
You can also ask us to erase your information if you have either withdrawn your consent to us using your information
(if we originally asked for your consent to use your information), or exercised your right to object to further legitimate
use of your information, or where we have used it unlawfully or where we are subject to a legal obligation to erase your
We may not always be able to comply with your request, for example where we need to keep using your information to comply
with our legal obligation or where we need to use your information to establish, exercise or defend legal claims.
To restrict how we use personal information
You can ask us to restrict our use of your information in certain circumstances, for example:
where you think the information is inaccurate and we need to verify it;
where our use of your information is not lawful but you do not want us to erase it;
where the information is no longer required for the purposes for which it was collected but we need it to establish, exercise
or defend legal claims; or
where you have objected to our use of your personal information but we still need to verify if we have overriding grounds
to use it.
We can continue to use your information following a request for restriction where we have your consent to use it; or we need
to use it to establish, exercise or defend legal claims, or we need to use it to protect the rights of another individual
or a company.
To object to how we use your information
You can object to any use of your information which we have justified on the basis of our legitimate interest, if you believe
your fundamental rights and freedoms to data protection outweigh our legitimate interest in using the information. If
you raise an objection, we may continue to use your information if we can demonstrate that we have compelling legitimate
interests to use the information.
You can also require us to stop using your data for direct marketing purposes.
To ask us to transfer your information to another organisation
You can ask us to provide your personal information to you in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable format, or you
can ask to have it transferred directly to another data controller (e.g. another company).
You may only exercise this right where we use your information in order to perform a contract with you, or where we asked
for your consent to use your information. This right does not apply to any information which we hold or process that
is not held in digital form.
Right to obtain a copy of personal information safeguards used for transfers outside your jurisdiction
You can ask to obtain a copy of, or reference to, the safeguards under which your personal information is transferred outside
of the European Union.
We may redact data transfer agreements to protect commercial terms.
We may ask you for proof of identity when making a request to exercise any of these rights. We do this to make sure that
we only disclose information where we know we are dealing with the right individual.
We will not ask for a fee, unless we think your request is unfounded, repetitive or excessive. Where a fee is necessary,
we will inform you before proceeding with your request.
We aim to respond to all valid requests within one month. It may however take us longer if the request is particularly complicated
or you have made several requests. We will let you know if we think a response will take longer than one month.
To help us respond more quickly, we may ask you to provide more detail about what you want to receive or are concerned
We may not always be able to do what you have asked, for example if it would impact the duty of confidentiality we owe to
others, or if we are otherwise legally entitled to deal with the request in a different way.
Effective Date: May 2018