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Jay Ashall Partnership Architects Privacy Policy

We have updated our Privacy Policy in line with the GPDR 2018.

Privacy policy

  1. Preservation of your privacy is very important to Jay Ashall Partnership. We are committed to protecting your personal information and confirm that all personal information submitted to us by our clients/users will be processed in accordance with the principles of the General Data Protection Regulations under this Privacy Policy May 2018. Whether we collect this information by this website or otherwise, links to Jay Ashall Partnership owned websites ancillary to this site are covered by Jay Ashall Partnership’s Privacy Policy. Links to third party sites, provided on this site, are not covered by this Privacy Policy and when visiting such third party sites, the clients should check the privacy statements of each site that they visit.
  2. If you have any queries about this policy, please get in touch at
  3. For the purposes of the General Data Protection Regulations, Jay Ashall Partnership confirms that the proprietor of this site is Jay Ashall Partnership, whose registered office is 108 London Road, Holmes Chapel, CW4 7BD United Kingdom.
  4. We may collect and process personal data about you for the services we provide, including; design purposes, completing planning applications, the administration of contracts on site, illustrating completed projects on our site and for advertising the skills of the practice.
  5. We may collect the following personal information about you:
    • Certain information required to provide our services; name, address, telephone number, site details, email address.
    • Other information you sent to us in your enquiry form or directly by telephone, in person, email or through the post.
    • A record of correspondence between you and us.
    • Details of accounting or financial transactions. This may include information such as credit card, debit card or bank account details.
    • Information in relation to references, reviews or marketing of the Practice.
  6. We process personal data for our staff, clients, members of the public attending events or meetings and others, depending on the activities concerned.
  7. We don’t share users’ personal data unless we have first obtained consent to do so.
  8. We utilise many industry standard information systems including third party cloud-based solutions and restrict access to your data by our employees. As an organisation, we seek to continually ensure we only hold personal details that are necessary for the lawful processing activities associated with the delivery of our services.
  9. We retain personal data for different periods of time depending on the employed Letter of Appointment; Construction Contract; and/or specific clients for the purpose of their processing. A data retention policy codifies the different periods of time after which personal data will be destroyed securely.
  10. We seek to implement safe technical and operational measures, where activities include the processing of personal data.
  11. You should note that where your information is displayed with consent on the site, it is accessible to third parties who may independently lift that information for their own marketing purposes. We have no control over, and accept no liability in respect, of such access.


When we provide services on the Internet, it sometimes involves storing information (cookies) on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. Cookies are specific to the server that created them and they cannot be accessed by other servers. Cookies are used to improve services by enabling a service to recognise your device, so you aren’t given the same information several times, and to measure how many people are accessing which pages so they can be made easier to Users. We will not use cookies to collect or store personal data or information about you, but you may wish to restrict or block these cookies that are set by our website. You can do this through your browser settings (your browser help screen or manual should show you how).


Client feedback is valuable to us and will allow the Practice to serve you better. Your views on what Jay Ashall Partnership are doing and how we could make things better are important to us. If any client has any comments, suggestions or complaints, we would be delighted to hear from you. Please direct comments or concerns to Jay Ashall Partnership on +44 1477 534897 or via email to Communications in connection with these Terms of User and the Site may be by way of letter posted to Jay Ashall Partnership, 108 London Road, Holmes Chapel, CW4 7BD. For ease of use and compatibility, Jay Ashall Partnership will not encrypt emails, unless we are expressly asked to do so.


Jay Ashall Partnership prides itself in keeping up-to-date with advances in technology and legal developments. As these areas are ever changing, we recommend that you refer to this area of the site on a regular basis in order to ensure that you are aware of Jay Ashall Partnership’s most recent Terms of Use and Jay Ashall Partnership’s Privacy Policy.

We reserve the right to modify, add to or change these Terms of Use, and any other policies at any time without notice. Any such modifications, additions or changes will be effective immediately on being posted to the site. Continued use of the site after a modification, addition or change has been made is your acceptance of the modification, addition or change.