Privacy & terms

Privacy policy

When you access our website via a browser, application or other client, our servers automatically record certain information. We respect your privacy and information collected about you will not be released or passed on to a third party.

Our general data back-up procedure will log this information for four years.

We draw reports on the use of our site. The statistics are used to develop our site and your details will not be released or passed on to a third party. We use cookies to collect data on website traffic. A cookie is a text file that is put on your computer, telephone, or other device used for web browsing when you first visit our website. Cookies serve many purposes, but are basically used to store information about you on your computer. Our cookies only give us access to anonymised data and can only be accessed via our websites.

If you accept the cookies on our site, you will help us improve the quality of our service.

Web analytics cookie from SiteAnalyze

This cookie is made to find discrepancies so we can improve the user experience on our website, and contains a randomly generated ID that is used to recognize your browser when you read a page. The cookie contains no personal information and is used only for web analysis. The cookie is set to expire 1000 days after your last visit and is a persistent cookie.

Cookie from Google Analytics

On we use Google Analytics to analyse how users use the website. The information the cookie collects about your use (traffic data, including your IP address) is transmitted to and stored on Google servers in the U.S.. Google uses this information to evaluate your use of the website, compiling reports on website activity and providing other services relating to website activity and internet usage. Google may also transfer this information to third parties if required by law or if third parties process the information on Google’s behalf. Google Analytics sets two types of cookies: A persistent cookie to indicate if the user is returning, where the user comes from, what search engine the user has used, keywords, etc. Session cookies are used to show when and for how long a user is on the website. Session cookies expire after each session, i.e. when you close your tab or browser. Google will not associate your IP address with any other data and information held by Google.

Read more about how Google Analytics uses cookies.