What are cookies?
Cookies are bits of data stored on your computer, mobile tablet or phone when you visit a website or app.
We collect cookies to remember information so we don’t need to ask you again and again. It helps us understand how people use our services so we can make them better.
You can delete and block most cookies from this website. Most web browsers also allow you some control of cookies through their settings.
Please be aware that restricting cookies might impact on the functionality of this site.
How cookies are used on this website?
The software that powers this website is called WordPress. By default, WordPress generates two types of cookies. Session cookies are set when a user logs in to a WordPress site. These cookies contain a user’s authentication details, and the settings for the admin area interface. Login cookies in WordPress expire every 15 days.
This cookie doesn’t store any personal information about the visitor, their computer, their visit or browsing history. When the browser tab or window is closed or after an inactivity timeout, the cookie’s validity is destroyed and the browser removes the cookie from the visitor’s computer.
The aim of a third-party cookie is to collect information to research a user’s behaviour, their demographics and to enable target marketing. They are set by a different website which means you can turn them off but not through us.
This site uses Google Analytics, a web analytics service provided by Google Incorporated. It collects information about each unique user including; the number of visitors to the site, where visitors have come from and the pages they visited.
If you prefer you can delete the Google Analytics cookies using the link provided. http://www.google.com/intl/en/privacypolicy.html
A Twitter widget is also present on the home page of this site. Twitter collect cookies to gather additional website usage data and to improve their services but they do not need cookies for searching and looking at public user profiles. You can control your Twitter experience whether you have an account or not in the personalisation and data settings: https://twitter.com/personalization
For an explanation of what personal data we collect from you and how we use it read our information notice for tenants.