This privacy policy describes what happens to the personal information which you supply to Thorncliffe Communications Ltd (Thorncliffe)

It also describes how we use cookies. Thorncliffe reserves the right to change the terms of this privacy policy from time to time, and revised terms will be posted on our website.

What information does Thorncliffe hold about you and how is it collected?
If you supply Thorncliffe by email with your contact details or, in the case of recruitment, send the firm your CV, then the firm will collect and store this information.

What does Thorncliffe do with your personal information?
Thorncliffe will use your personal information for the following purposes:

  • To contact you with information about the firm´s services, relevant property sector developments and other news which the company believes may be of interest to you
  • In relation to CVs, for the company´s recruitment purposes.

We may use your personal information to carry out normal verification checks, for example in relation to anti money laundering, know-your-client procedures and recruitment. Personal information that you provide may be disclosed to a credit reference or fraud prevention agency, which may keep a record of that information. We may also disclose your personal information where it is appropriate to disclose it for regulatory or legal compliance purposes.

If you do not wish Thorncliffe to contact you, then please let the company know and you will be removed from the company’s contacts database. Otherwise, by submitting your personal information, you agree to our use of the information described above.

Cookies are small files which are downloaded to your device when you view certain internet pages. This website (in common with the many other websites) uses Google “analytics” cookies to collect information such as how many new visitors our website has attracted and how many people have visited particular pages. However, this information is only collected by us in aggregate. That means that we know how many people have visited a particular page but we do not know who they are (so we would not be able to tell from this information that you personally have visited this website).  We use this information primarily to help us work out whether our content is proving interesting and helpful to users. We use two further cookies on this site.  The first is downloaded to your device if you agree to the use of cookies (so that, if you visit us again, our server “remembers” that it does not need to display the message regarding cookies on your device).   The second is used to help our system to recognise a limited number of individuals who are authorised to make changes to our site, but it will be erased when you close your browser (and we would not be able to use it to track whether you personally have visited this website).

How to block or disable cookies

You can block the download of cookies or remove/disable them (including the cookies we use) by altering the privacy settings on your web browser.  Click here for guidance on how to do this.  Alternatively, depending on the type of internet browser that you have, you may be able to download an add-on from Google which will block its analytics cookies.