Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Kingairloch Estate LLP is committed to protecting your privacy.
We do not pass your personal information on to third parties.
All transactions that you initiate with Kingairloch Estate LLP on this web site are confidential.

The Law

Under the terms of the Data Protection Act 1998, we have a duty to protect any information we collect from you. It will not be disclosed to any other organization unless you give explicit permission, or there is a legal obligation to do so.
Additionally, The Privacy and Electronic Communications (EC Directive) (Amendment) Regulations 2011, has a requirement that websites that leave non-essential cookies on visitors’ devices have to inform the visitor what these cookies are. This website complies with this law by providing information on the cookies we use so that if you choose you can either modify your browser settings to manage cookies or leave the website.

What we do with your information

From time to time Kingairloch Estate LLP sends out newsletters detailing special events and news from the estate. This will only be sent to people who have chosen to opt in to receive the emails. At anytime you can unsubscribe from these emails.

Cookies

This web site also uses non-essential cookies so that we can serve you better, but all user data collected in this manner is anonymous. This site uses visitor tracking (Google Analytics) that will use cookies to track information about how visitors come to the website, which pages they visit, and other actions that visitors make whilst on the site. This data is then used in order to improve the user experience of our web site.
Non-essential Cookies also enhance our web site performance in a number of ways, personalising your experience on our site, making it more convenient for you.

Your Options

Should you wish to do so, you can refuse cookies by disabling them in your web browser’s settings. Most browsers are defaulted to accept and maintain cookies and you can set your browser to notify you when you receive a cookie, giving you the chance to decide whether to accept it or not. If you do not wish to disable cookies then you have the option to leave the website.

What is a Cookie?

Sadly, it is not something you can actually eat!
A cookie is a small amount of data that is sent in a text file to your computer browser from a website’s server and is then stored on your computer, but only IF your browser’s preferences are set by you to allow it. The only personal information a cookie can obtain is information a user supplies. A cookie cannot read data from your hard disk or read cookie files created by other sites.