Kee privacy policy

At Kee, we’re committed to ensuring the privacy of your personal data and to holding and processing your data in line with current legislation. Our Privacy Policy sets out how we may use any data you share with us, whether electronically, in writing or in person, as well as letting you know about your rights. This Privacy Policy is effective from 20 October 2021. We may change our policy at any time in the future, so please check back here regularly for the most up-to-date information.

The information we may collect

When you visit our website, we use cookies and Google Analytics to gather certain information and to improve the functionality of our site. Please see our Cookie Policy for more details.

In addition, we may gather:

  1. Your title and names
  2. Your company and position
  3. Your contact details: email addresses, phone numbers and company addresses
  4. Any other personal data that you share with us

If you intend to share with us any other person’s personal data, that person must consent to this and to us processing their data in line with our Privacy Policy.

Securing your data

We may hold your data in either or both electronic and hard-copy formats. We have established stringent safeguards to ensure that your data is never subjected to unlawful destruction, loss or disclosure. 

Your data will be held and backed up in the UK and never transferred outside of the UK.

Using your data

We use your data to ensure that we can offer you the best-possible service as a client or potential client and in the course of running our business. We may use it to:

  1. Provide you with information about the services we offer
  2. Deal with any enquiry you make to our company
  3. Fulfil any contractual and financial agreements we may have with you
  4. Comply with legal requirements

Disclosure of your data

We never disclose your data to any third party without your permission in writing except:

  1. When required to do so by law
  2. In the course of our business to those working for us, including employees, suppliers, subcontractors and professional advisers
  3. To our insurers

How you can control the data we hold about you

You have certain rights over the personal information that we hold about you. These include:

  1. The right to see any data we hold about you
  2. The right to ask us to delete or correct your personal information
  3. The right to change how we use your personal information, i.e. to request that we stop sending you marketing communications
  4. The right to ask us to provide your personal information to a third party

To exercise your rights over your personal information, please write to our Data Protection Officer, Kee, 47 Southgate Street, Winchester SO23 7EH.