At Macildowie Associates Ltd (and our parent company), we respect your personal data. This Fair Processing Notice explains how we will use your personal data when you visit our premises.
We have offices in Nottingham, Milton Keynes and Leicester.
Carina House East
Linford Wood Business Park
3 Merus Court
Meridian Business Park
When you visit our premises, we may ask you to sign in to our visitors’ book. We may ask for your full name, vehicle registration number and who you are visiting. This data is recorded only in the visitors’ book and not on any other system.
We may pass this data to a public authority representative if required, such as the fire service in the event of a fire or police in the event of a security incident.
Macildowie do not operate or control CCTV in any of our premises, but our landlord might. If that is the case then we will make every effort to make the landlord’s FPN available to you.
We need a legal basis in order to process your personal data. Most of our processing is done because we have a legitimate interest in doing so.
We process your health data with your consent if you make us aware of something when discussing special requirements.
Your personal data provided when you sign in to one of our buildings. Our legitimate interest is regarding the security of our visitors, our staff and our premises.
You have the right to object to our processing your data using legitimate interest. Please speak to us if you have any concerns.
We do not use any automated decision making.
We do not share your data with any third parties.
We will hold your data for as long as the visitors’ book is being used, but not longer than two years.
The GDPR gives you rights as a data subject. You have
The right to request from us access to your personal data
The right to request from us rectification of your personal data
The right to request from us erasure of your personal data
The right to request from us restriction of processing your personal data
The right to object to our processing of your personal data
The right of data portability
You have the right to complain to the ICO if you feel that we have been unable to resolve your query
More information on your rights can be found in Chapter 3 of the General Data Protection Regulation.