Privacy Policy

We at Lindsay McKenna Limited respect your privacy, and we have created this privacy policy to demonstrate our commitment. The policy explains what information we collect and how we use it. We will never use your information for any use beyond that stated, or outside the permissions you give us. This privacy statement applies to all pages within the regulated site.

Cookies

This site does not use cookies.

Information we collect

We are able to find out some general information about you just because you visit any of the pages at this site. This information is collected by all web servers. It is used solely for monitoring the volume of traffic the site receives and measuring the number of visitors. We do not use the information for tracking the activities of specific visitors to the site.

The information collected in our site logs will depend on your Internet Provider, and may include any or all of the following:

  1. The pages that you have visited within the site
  2. The time and date you visited
  3. The page (if any) that you were visiting just before you came to this site
  4. The domain (if any) that you were visiting just before you came to this site
  5. Your Internet Provider and Top Level Domain
  6. The type of browser, and the version, that you are using to surf the web
  7. The operating system you are using (e.g Windows® 95/98/2000/XP, Linux, Unix)

Such information is regarded as general information and cannot be used to identify you as an individual user. This data is collected to learn more about the kind of equipment people use to access our site, and which pages prove the most popular. This allows us to identify which areas of the site need updating, and to make adjustments to the pages to ensure that our site looks as intended for that audience.

Personal Information

If you wish to contact us, you will need to tell us a little bit more about yourself. This could include, but is not limited to:

  1. Emailing us via a link
  2. Sending us feedback via our Contact Us Page

What kind of extra information we collect will depend upon how you contact us. For example, if you send us comments about our site using our form, we ask for your name and email address so that we can respond if you request us to do so.

The following information about you will only be communicated to us when you choose to share it with us via an email or online form:

  1. Your name
  2. Your email address
  3. Your company name
  4. Your telephone number

Storage and Use of Personal Information

We have no desire or intent to store any personal information about our visitors on our web server.

The forms that we process on our server use the information provided to generate new pages for display to the visitor who filled out the form, or to create an email to the site owner, and then discard the data immediately.

Please note that your personal details (as listed above) will not be sold on to any marketing companies.

We can assure you that Lindsay McKenna Limited will respect your privacy. We will consult you beforehand if we wish to use your comments or any details we may hold about you. If you contact us via email, we will email you to ask your permission to share information.

Your consent

By using this website you are consenting to our privacy policy. We may in the future change the policy, and if we do so, we will post the amended policy on this website.

Links

Our website contains links to other sites. Lindsay McKenna Limited is not responsible for the privacy practices within any of these other sites. We encourage you to be aware of this when you leave our site, and to read the privacy statements on other websites you visit which may collect personally identifiable information. This privacy policy applies solely to information collected on our website.

Summary of Terms

Browser

A software program used to retrieve information from the Internet. The most popular browsers are Microsoft Internet Explorer®, Mozilla Firefox and Netscape Navigator®.

Cookie

A small file containing only text, which can be created by your Internet software when sent an instruction to do so by a web site. Your Internet software (for example, Internet Explorer) will have various settings to control the use of cookies; however, turning off cookies may limit the content available to you on the Internet.

Top Level Domain

The rightmost characters in a domain name.
For example, our contact email address is ; in this instance the Top Level Domain is .com.

Internet Provider

A company from which users purchase Internet connectivity.