For the purposes of the Data Protection Act 1998 and EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the data controller, in relation to data gathered via this website, is the site owner.
This policy may be amended or added to as and where necessary. We, the website owners, pledge to observe our lawful obligations in relation to the storage and processing of personal data held by us and will remain within the confines otherwise agreed by you.
What are Cookies?
Cookies are short text files, saved within a user's browser, that contain data relating to a user's session (visit) and their interactions and usage of the website.
What Cookies May Be In Use?
In compliance with GDPR, this site will ask for user consent prior to the use of non-essential cookies.
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Should you choose to revoke consent, code that makes use of any stored non-essential cookies will no longer be loaded, however, please follow the instructions below if you would like to remove cookies previously in use.
You have not accepted the use of non-essential cookies on this site.
As members of AITO our clients are asked to complete independent reviews of our services via the AITO site. We make use of a widget supplied by AITO to display our reviews. The AITO widget sets cookies under feedback.aito.com.
The enquiry, brochure and other signup forms found throughout the site are generated and processed through Hubspot. Hubspot set cookies under hubspot.com.
The site makes use of an online chat assistant powered by LiveChat. This service sets cookies under livechatinc.com.
We utilize an IP lookup server, supplied via the Mashape API, to determine which country a user is viewing our website from in order to display country specific content to users. A user's country code is stored within a cookie under mashape.com.
In order to display the most appropriate contact information to each user we use a ResponseTap service to dynamically update site details based on a user's referral path to the site. This service sets cookies under responsetap.com and metrics.responsetap.com.
This site makes use of Facebook's tracking pixel to enable better understanding of our audience and to help assess the effectiveness of our content on the Facebook platform.
To help us ensure our message is being effectively communicated we integrate the HotJar service into Analytics. This allows us to check our UI is working as intended. Hotjar cookies are stored under the site route.
We utilise a Google service called Optimize in order to run a/b tests on our site to improve the user experience and ensure our message is being effectively communicated. Optimize's cookies are stored under the site route.
This site makes use of a service provided by Adroll which enables us to display related content to site visitors via Google's Display Network, Facebook and other sites and apps within their ad network. Adroll make use of multiple 3rd party cookies to enable cross-network tracking.
We use this service to enable us to promote related content to remarketing audience groups across Google's Adwords network, based on user navigation and engagement.
How can I remove or block cookies?
You can use your web browser to delete and block cookies, however, please be advised that entirely blocking cookies will prevent the site from functioning correctly.
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