Andrew Wood Building Limited takes great care to protect the personal data we hold for our clients, in line with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
The purpose of collecting and storing personal data is to ensure we can:
Provide advice, communication and correspondence with our clinets.
Fulfil any contracts we hold in relation to their services.
For business administration purposes.
The personal data we might process (processing includes obtaining the information, using it, storing it, securing it, disclosing it, and destroying it) for our clients includes:
Name, address, date of birth
Unique identification number
Next of kin
Financial information e.g. quotes
Credit cards receipts
Details of any complaints received
We keep an inventory of personal data we hold and this is available for clients upon request.
The information we collect, and store will not be disclosed to anyone who does not need to see it.
We will share our clients’ personal information with third parties when required by law or to enable us to deliver a service to them or where we have another legitimate reason for doing so.
Under the GDPR all individuals who have personal information held about them have the following personal privacy rights:
Right to subject access.
Right to have inaccuracies deleted.
Right to have information erased.
Right to object to direct marketing.
Right to restrict the processing of their information, including automated decision-making.
Right to data portability.
Clients who wish to have inaccuracies deleted or to have information erased can contact us.
All individuals who have personal data held about them have a right to complain. All complaints concerning personal data should be made in person or in writing. All complaints will be dealt with as soon as possible.
Clients’ personal data is not transferred outside the EU.
If you would like to contact us to understand more about these terms or wish to contact us concerning any matter relating to it, you may do so via the contact form.
This document was last updated on June 17, 2020.