Henley Studio:

1 Wellside, Stoke Row,

Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire,

RG9 5QJ

 

t: 01491 825244

e: studio@mtyarchitects.co.uk

Wallingford Studio: 

25 Hunts Mill, Goldsmiths Lane,

Wallingford, Oxfordshire,

OX10 0DN

 

t: 01491 825244

e: studio@mtyarchitects.co.uk

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NOTE: If you do not receive a response within 3 working days please call the office on the number above.

Privacy Notice - updated 23rd May 2018

GDPR EU (General Date Protection Regulation) is an EU law relating to privacy and date procection for all individuals (within the EU).

Providing secure means of protecting the privacy of your personal data is important to Matthew T. Young, Architects. This notice explains the types of date we may gather when we interact with you and how we keep and handle that data in a safe manner. You will also find here information on your rights, based on GDPR.

This policy applies to all parties we may come into contact with during business operations, including clients/ customers and suppliers.

Please make yourself familiar with our privacy practices, and do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions. Also note that our policy may be updated periodically.

Details relating to the nature of the works carried out by Matthew T. Young, Architects can be found on the website along with the latest contact details. www.mtyarchitects.co.uk

Lawful basis for processing data:

Under the following legal conditions, GDPR allows us to collect your personal data eg: first and/or last name, telephone number, addresses and email addresses.

Contractual obligations:

We collect your personal data in certain situations like contractual obligations. For example, for projects to be progressed we need your telephone number as well as other necessary personal data. And for the legal obligation of ongoing contractural arrangements we will keep personal data on file for the specified duration.

Legal compliance:

We collect and process your data in accordance with where the law allows us to do so. For example, if there is any criminal activity which might potentially impact upon our partnership, we must pass your personal data to law enforcement bodies.

Legitimate interest:

We may use personal data for certain legitimate processes which relate specifically to the interest of your project and the occasional seasonal correspondance from ourselves. Please contact us if you wish to be removed from any such contact.

When personal data is collected:

We may collect relevant personal data from you at any stage after your initial contact with us as required by the specific nature of our correspondance.

What type of personal data is collected:

Title, First Name, Last Name, Telephone numbers, postal addresses, Email addresses, other personal details that become relevant to the nature of our interactions.

How and why do we use your personal data:

We use your data to register you as a new client or contact, manage payments/ invoicing and to administer our responsibilities relative to the services we have been employed to discharge.

We use your personal data to ensure good communication and to ensure the service we provide is bespoke to you.

The legal grounds for processing your data in relation to the points above are necessary for our legitimate interests in developing our products/services, and for growing our business.

Your trust is important to us. We will not share your details with third parties for marketing or any other purpose, save for the purposes of co-operating with the law in regard to any criminal activity.

You may opt out of marketing communications by contacting us.

Who will be share your personal date with?

We will only share your personal details with relevent 3rd parties by prior agreement with yourselves for the purposes of carrying out the duties we have been employed to discharge. Those parties will similarly be required to request permission to pass on details further.

Please do not hesitate to contact us should you wish to discuss any of this in more detail.