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Privacy & Cookies

HOW WE HANDLE YOUR PERSONAL DATA

Inquilab Housing Association Ltd (‘Inquilab’,  the ‘Association’, ‘we’, ‘us’) respects the privacy and legal rights of the individuals and organisations we deal with.

We collect, store and make use of any personal information that you give us, in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation as goverened by UK law.

You can download our full and detailed Privacy Notice which sets out how we collect, store, use, and protect people's personal data from the downloads section of this page.

About Cookies

Cookies are small pieces of data that are stored on your computer or other electronic devices when you access a website. Cookies allow us to collect information from your computer or device about how you interact with our website. Cookies are often used together with pixels, which are small blocks of code on web pages and in emails that are used to perform tasks, such as tracking who is reading a web page or email, when they read it and from which computer.

There are two types of cookies – session cookies and persistent cookies. Session cookies are temporary cookie files which are erased when you close your web browser. This means that when you restart your web browser and go back to the same website, it will not recognise you and you will have to select your preferences again. Persistent cookies, on the other hand, help websites remember your information and settings when you visit them again in the future.

In some areas of our website, a cookie may be downloaded to your computer for our website to remember you. This way, we can offer you a personalised experience of our website, for example, when you request a service, we can check to see if you are already signed in. We also use cookies to collect anonymous information about how our website is used as this will help us improve your experience of it. We do not track the way you use any website other than our own.

You can change your web browser settings to notify you before a cookie is downloaded or you can disable cookies altogether. However, disabling cookies may mean that certain content or functionality will not work properly for you. Find out more about cookies and how to manage them in your browser on www.aboutcookies.org

Complaints

If you have any questions about this Notice or have a complaint about how we have processed your data, please contact us  so we may investigate your complaint. You also have the right to contact the ICO via www.ico.org.uk/concerns/ or on its helpline 0303 123 1113.