We take our responsibility to protect the privacy and confidentiality of your personal information that you provide us with seriously and take all reasonable commercial steps to ensure its security in our capacity as both Data Controller and Data Processor.
This website is not intended for or aimed at children and we do not knowingly collect data relating to children.
Fox Lloyd Jones is a company incorporated in England:
||34 St Paul's Street
We are also registered with the Information Commissioner's Office https://ico.org.uk/.
We comply with the current Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR which ensures your personal data is held:
1) Lawfully and Transparently
The data has been obtained legitimately and does not have a negative effect on the individual and will not be used in a way they would not expect.
2) Limited for its purpose
The data has been collected for specified and explicit purposes and not used in a way someone would not expect.
3) Adequate and Necessary
The data collected is relevant and not excessive in relation to the purpose for which it is held. Unnecessary data will not be collected or held.
Kept up to date and changed if inaccurate.
5) Kept no longer than necessary
6) Integrity and Confidence
Processed in a way that ensures security to the best of our ability.
We will collect different types of personal information from you depending on our relationship with you.
|Identity:||Full name, address, telephone number, email address
Photo ID documents - Passport/Driving licences
||Address, telephone number, email addresses, other forms as necessary
|Financial:||Bank Account details for payment of invoices.
Proof of funds documents
|Technical:||When visiting our website we use 'cookies' which enable you to navigate around and (where appropriate) allow us to continually improve the website and make it more efficient to use on future visits. We use Third Party Google Analytics to obtain anonymous data on patterns of the users who visit our website.
|Contract:||Any information that we require to complete the scope of works asked of us.
In certain circumstances where managing property, we may need information in relation to tenancy details, tenant identities, income, financial circumstances etc.
There are different ways in which we collect data from you including:
Your information will be used in compliance with the Law in one or more of the following ways:
You do not have to provide us with this information either pre or post contract, however in failing to do so it will limit us in the quality of service, the level of products we can provide or in us being able to complete the contract. In certain circumstances this may prevent us from working with/for you and we may decline the opportunity.
We may also need personal information from you as required by the law, without this information we will not be able to complete the services you have asked of us.
In processing your information we ensure we have a legal basis to do so and rely on a number of different legal bases both internally and externally.
The principle function of FLJ’s Agency transactions is to match company property requirements in the open market with suitable buildings. To achieve this we need to be able to introduce property opportunities to parties with known requirements.
This means that we use personal information in order for us to effectively conduct our business and to be able to offer you the best opportunities that we are aware of and that we honestly believe will be of interest to you based on the information you have provided to us or is known to us. You will receive notifications of properties available if you have contacted us previously regarding similar properties, you have a requirement and where we believe you may be interested in an opportunity.
You have the option to opt out of this contact at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org and can be assured that you will be removed from our systems.
Please note that we will not process your data under this legal basis if we believe your freedoms and rights would be affected.
Legal or Regulatory:
This means we may need to collect personal information to ensure we meet our legal obligations, for example tax and Anti-Money Laundering compliance.
This means we process your data in the leading up to, during the performance of, or post a contract to which you are a party to in any capacity.
We will keep your information for as long as is reasonably necessary for legitimate business purposes and for the purpose for which it was obtained, and also to comply with any legal and regulatory obligations.
We will then securely delete it.
Your data is physically held within Fox Lloyd Jones office located in England and will be processed by employees/related Third Parties within the same Region. Whilst our physical server is also held in England our 'cloud' server is held within the EEA and complies with current EU regulations.
We will never sell your personal information to any third party. We may share your information with Third Parties where required to ensure we complete our contract and service to you. These include:
We do all we can to ensure the safety and security of the personal information we hold in both a physical and electronic form.
To do this we have implemented a variety of methods to maintain the best security we possibly can, including encryption of all laptops to prevent your data from being lost, used/accessed/disclosed by unauthorised persons or altered. We have also done this by using strict IT policies and system protection in place. We limit employee access to data to only what they need to complete their role.
Please note whilst security is at the forefront of our strive to protecting data, we regret and acknowledge that we cannot absolutely 100% guarantee security due to the nature of the internet fraudsters but we do keep up to date and monitor all our systems as best we can.
GDPR provides you with rights to protect your personal information:
If you wish to proceed with any of the above then please email email@example.com.
We may update this notice from time to time, it is therefore your responsibility to check back on this page for regular updates and to take notice of any changes we have made.
Any significant changes that we make we will post a larger notification in the 'News' section of our website.
This policy was last reviewed in May 2018.