Privacy Policy


Our privacy statement - 

Roger Parry and Partners LLP has created this privacy statement in order to demonstrate our firm commitment to the privacy of the details that you provide us when using this web site (“Site”). When you use the Site, you are consenting to the practices set forth in this Privacy Policy.

Your IP address

We may use your IP address to help diagnose problems with our server and to administer the Site. Your IP address may also be used tohelp identify you and to gather broad demographic information about you. If requested to do so, your IP address may also be used toassist the police in any criminal or civil enquiries.

Information we request directly from you

We may choose to use forms that require you to give us personal information (like your name, address and/or email address) on our Site in order that we can contact you with information that you have requested from us.

How we use personal information

The information that you provide to us will not be shared with any other parties outside Roger Parry and Partners LLP without your priorconsent.

Information in the compliance with laws

You should be aware that we may release your personal information when we believe it is necessary to comply with laws or regulations, to assist law enforcement, to enforce the terms under which you transacted with Roger Parry and Partners LLP , or to protect the rights,property or safety of Roger Parry and Partners LLP, users of the Site or others.

How we use demographic information

Demographic information is statistical data about our Site visitor’s age, gender, location, etc. We may ask for such information and use it to tailor our Site to the interests of visitors to our Site.

Other sites and their Privacy Policies

This Site may contain links to other web sites. Roger Parry and Partners LLP is not responsible for the privacy practices or the content of such web sites or for the privacy policies and practices of other third parties, and so you should be careful to read those web sites’ privacy policies independently.

What about cookies?

A "cookie" is a text file containing small amounts of information which a server downloads to your personal computer (PC) or mobile when you visit a website. The server then sends a cookie back to the originating website each time you subsequently visit it, or if you visit another website which recognises that cookie.

There are different types of cookies which are used to do different things, such as letting you navigate between different pages on a website efficiently, remembering preferences you have given a website, and improving your overall experience. Others are used to provide you with advertising which is more tailored to your interests, or to measure the number of site visits and the most popular pages users visit.

Some cookies are allocated to your PC only for the duration of your visit to a website, and these are called session based cookies. These automatically expire when you close down your browser.

Another type of cookie known as a "persistent". These cookies would remain on your PC for a period of time.

Rules for cookies

Website operators already have to give users information about the cookies they use and why they use them. They also have to have your consent to use them.

Cookies can also be removed from your PC using browser settings but there will be some deterioration in the service you receive (for example, you may receive many pop up boxes containing the same advertisements or you may not be able to access a page you earlier personalised). Your browser lets you choose whether to accept, not to accept or to be warned before accepting cookies. These can be found in the advanced preferences.