RPH Construction Co Ltd recognises it responsibility to comply with the General Data Protection Regulations which comes into force on the 25th May 2018.  The Data Protections Act 1998 sets high standards for the handling of personal information and protecting individual’s rights for privacy, but the new Regulations adds a new Principle of Accountability requiring the company to show how they comply with all the principles.


How do we use the personal information collected ?


The company may use the information for marketing launches, giving information, updating changes and developments of interest to you and record keeping.


Information is only stored for as long as it is needed or required by statute and will then be either shredded or deleted.


The company do not share personal data to organisations for marketing, political purposes or any other purpose without your consent.  We would only disclose your information by law eg. Due to court proceedings or request from the police or a law enforcement agency.


How to access and control your personal data


There are rights you have which are right of access, right of rectification, right of erasure and a right to restrict processing.


You have the right to request details of the information we hold about you and a copy can be emailed to you.  You can correct or amend any information that you feel is inaccurate.  You can ask for your information to be restricted in use or even erased.


How is your information protected?


The company takes protection of personal data very seriously and access is restricted by the fact there is no public access and the Managing Director and Administrator are the allowed for specific purposes only.  We never transfer your data outside the UK.


If there is an instance where personal data the company holds is lost, stolen or otherwise breached and where this constitutes a high risk to your rights, we will contact you without delay.  We will give details of the breach and the steps being taken to deal with it.  We would inform the Information Commissioners Office within 72 hours.