Your privacy is important to us, which is why we only collect the information we need in order to provide you with relevant information about our project and to comply with legal requirements. Below, you can learn what information we collect on the Aylesbury Now website (www.aylesburynow.london) and how it is used.
By continuing to use this website you accept the use of ‘cookies’. Read more about cookies and how you can control their settings below.
Aylesbury Now is the name of the regeneration project between Notting Hill Genesis and Southwark Council. Where we refer to ‘we’, ‘us’ or ‘our’ in these terms and conditions, this refers to the groups involved in the regeneration. We are the owner of www.aylesburynow.london and these terms apply to the entire contents of this website.
Read more about us and see the full Notting Hill Genesis company registration details here.
During the course of your visit to our website, the pages you see, along with a "cookie", are downloaded to your computer. Cookies let us know whether you have visited our website before by checking to see, and finding, the cookie we left there on your previous visit.
Cookies help us to customise your profile and offer you a user-friendly experience when you visit our website. For example, if on a previous visit you went to our latest news pages, we might find this out from the cookie and then highlight our recent updates to you on your next visit.
A cookie is a small text file containing a random and unique identifier (for example #12489).
This text file is sent to your browser from our web server and it is then stored onto your computer's hard drive. In your browser settings, you can elect to accept all cookies, receive notification when a cookie is sent or decline all cookies.
If you use the website to contact the Aylesbury team you will be asked to leave your name, address, email address and contact telephone number in case we need to get in touch with a response or provide you with information about the regeneration. You can also leave your email address to sign up for our regular newsletter.
When you visit a website, there is standard information that your browser communicates, including ‘IP address’, browser type and language, access times and referring website addresses. It also shares general analytics about your visit to our website, such as which pages you viewed, links you clicked or forms you submitted. This data is kept anonymous and does not identify you as an individual. It is only used to identify general usage trends and help us improve our visitors’ website experience.
We collect and use your personal information to communicate with you and tell you about our work. This information is stored on the website’s secure server.
We may use this information to send emails, newsletters and information to you. We may use it to notify you of our activities and to seek your support with these. We may also use it to provide services to you that you have specifically requested from us.
We do not sell, rent or lease the information we collect to any third parties and we do not use or disclose information of a sensitive nature such as information about any disability that you might have, your race, religion, or political affiliations, without firstly obtaining your explicit consent.
We may share your information with other like-minded organisations so that they may send you information that might be of interest to you but we will not do so unless you have consented to us sharing your information in this way.
We also may share your information with those companies that we contract with to provide services on our behalf, such as handling the printing, processing and delivery of mailings or analysis of the data we collect. We will only provide these companies with the personal information they require to deliver these services to you and on the understanding that your personal information is maintained confidentially and securely and that it is used only for purposes that you have consented to.
We may access and/or disclose your personal information if we are required to do so by operation of law or in good faith, if we believe that such disclosure is necessary to conform with the law or comply with any legal process served on us or this website, and to protect and safeguard our rights and our property or in urgent circumstances to safeguard users of our website, our services and members of the public.
If at any time you wish to have your personal information removed from our records, you wish us to stop using your personal information in certain ways, or you wish to discover the extent of personal information that we hold about you ("Subject Access Request") then please write to:
Notting Hill Genesis
Bruce Kenrick House
2 Killick Street
London N1 9FL
Remember that if you are making a Subject Access Request then we make a charge for supplying you with this information.
To help us locate and provide to you the information that we may hold on you quickly and efficiently, you must include in any Subject Access Request letter as much information as possible about your reason for making the request, how you believe we came to hold your personal information and the purposes to which you believe we are putting that information.