Privacy, Personal Data Processing, Cookies and Third-Party Websites
Personal Data – Fair Processing Notice of Residence Interior Design Limited (Registered in the United Kingdom No. 06346137 )
Why we process personal data
We collect personal data in the normal course of our design consultancy work.
We need to know personal data in order to complete our contractual obligations to provide consultancy services and supplies of goods to our clients and prospective clients.
We also have a legitimate interest to process personal data that has been provided in relation to any enquiry to or query about our company or our services, including such personal data provided via this website.
How personal data is provided to us
Personal data is provided to us electronically (in email or via our website), in writing, and verbally (by telephone, at site visits, or in other meetings).
Special category data (sensitive data) may also be provided to us so that we may best fulfil our contractual obligations to our clients or our prospective clients.
How personal data is held
The personal data we hold may be stored in writing or in digital form. All the personal data we hold is processed in the United Kingdom and is stored in a secure environment in our studio premises and on our computer systems.
Some data may be stored on secure cloud-based systems whose servers are located outside the United Kingdom.
Personal data is stored for a minimum of six years.
Who we share personal data with
Personal data is only ever shared with third parties where such third parties need the personal data in order to provide their services to our clients or prospective clients in relation to design projects on which we are providing consultancy services or supplies of goods, or to provide services to ourselves in relation to the same.
Data may be shared outside of the United Kingdom if such suppliers are based outside of the United Kingdom.
No personal data is ever provided to third parties for any other purposes.
No profiling or automated decision making is ever carried out on the personal data we hold.
Personal data concerns
If you have any concerns or queries regarding how we store or process personal data please contact us in the first instance.
You also have the right to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office in the event of any concern or to make any complaint.
We will never share personal information submitted via this website with third parties.
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Links to Third Party Websites
When you are using this website you may be redirected via links to other websites which are not operated by us: third-party websites. Such sites are beyond our control and we are not responsible for them or for your actions when visiting such sites. These sites may operate different privacy, cookie and data collection policies. Any link to a third-party website from the website is not a recommendation of the third-party website, its products or its services.