Providing personal information
At times, Brockeridge Park ("Brockeridge Park" or the "Company") may ask you to voluntarily supply personal information, such as your name, email address and preferred means of communication, for purposes such as subscribing to Brockeridge Park news alerts or requesting further information from Brockeridge Park.
Other than as stated above, no attempt is made to identify users or their browsing activities except: in the event of an investigation, where a law enforcement agency may exercise a warrant to inspect logs; or where Brockeridge Park believes it is required to collect and produce relevant electronic documentation to fulfil its obligations to third parties, including statutory organisations under local law.
Security and data retention
Brockeridge Park takes all reasonable security measures to protect personal information from loss, unauthorised access, destruction, misuse, modification or disclosure.
The Company will not keep personal data for longer than is necessary for the purpose. This means that data will be destroyed or erased from its systems when it is no longer required.
Access to personal data and right to rectification
You can gain access to the personal information Brockeridge Park holds about you by sending a request to email@example.com. As Brockeridge Park wishes to ensure the personal information it holds about you is complete, accurate and up to date, you have the right to send a request for rectification.
What browser information we collect and why we collect it
Brockeridge Park collects certain standard information that is sent by your browser to our website. This includes your IP address (browser type, language, access times) and any referring website addresses. The information is collected and logged for statistical purposes.
Brockeridge Park also uses this information to provide users with a personalised experience when visiting our websites. Through the use of a ‘cookie’, Brockeridge Park can record the pages visited and the information acquired. This information is used anonymously and in aggregate, and is collected and logged for statistical purposes. Through analysis of these records, Brockeridge Park is able to provide an improved service when users revisit our websites.
A cookie is a small data file that a website may write to your hard drive when you visit. A cookie file can contain information (such as a user ID) that the website can use to track the pages you have visited and your preferences. The only personal information a cookie can contain is information you personally supply. A cookie cannot read data from your hard disk or read cookie files created by other websites.
Access to other websites via hyperlink
Revisions to this policy
We may at any time revise this policy without notice. Please check this policy regularly as continued use of the Brockeridge Park website after a change has been made is your acceptance of the change.