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Last Updated: 20 December 2013


This Privacy Statement forms part of the legally binding Terms of Website Use between you and The Lutyens Trust (us) and governs how we use your Personal Information on our site. We are committed to protecting the privacy of our users, and we strive to provide a safe and secure user experience. This Privacy Statement describes and explains how we collect and use online data.


By agreeing to the Terms of Website Use (and the Privacy Statement where applicable), you are consenting to the collection, storing, transmission, disclosure and use of your Personal Information as set out in this Privacy Statement.  To revoke your consent, please click here. If you do revoke your consent, your account and your information will be deleted.


The term “Personal Information” means any information that relates to you and that could be used, either directly or indirectly, to identify you.  Capitalised terms not otherwise defined below shall have the meaning given to them in the Terms of Website Use.


Please note that if you arrive on our site using an account from a supported social media platform, such as Facebook or Twitter, additional privacy policies and statements may apply to you as a user of that site.


We have set out below answers to the following questions regarding this Privacy Statement.


1.What Personal Information is collected through the site?

2.Who controls my Personal Information?

3.What are cookies, and how are they used to collect Personal Information?

4.How will my Personal Information be used?

5.What about other websites?

6.Is the Personal Information collected about me secure?

7.What happens when you change this Privacy Statement for the site?

8.Who can I contact about accessing, deleting or amending my Personal Information?


1.What Personal Information is collected through the Website?


We may collect and may use certain Personal Information about you in order to operate and provide access to our site.  


By using the site, you agree that the site may collect other Personal Information about you, including but not limited to the following:


a.account and other information provided by a supported social media platform when you enter the site as a logged-in user of that platform;


b.any Personal Information that you may choose to provide when participating or publishing content on the site. Please do not include in your content any financial or sensitive Personal Information about you or any other person (including without limitation, social security numbers or other government issued identification numbers, information about an individual’s religious, philosophical or similar beliefs, racial or ethnic origin, health or sexual life, genetic code, addictions, political affiliation or political party membership, trade union membership or information about criminal offences or any other categories of Personal Information defined as sensitive under applicable data protection laws);


c.information about your usage of the site  (e.g., the pages you request and visit, the posts or content you publish, and your interaction with the site);


d.information obtained about you in the course of maintaining or supporting the site; and


e.information about your internet use, such as your IP address, the URLs of sites from which you arrive or leave the site, your type of browser, your operating system and your internet service provider (ISP). We may also collect information about your mobile provider and your mobile device.



2.Who controls my Personal Information?


Your Personal Information will be controlled by The Lutyens Trust. Our registered address is Goddards, Abinger Common, Dorking, Surrey, RH5 6JH. We can be contacted in relation to privacy queries at



3.What are cookies and how are they used to collect Information?


A cookie is a small text file stored on your hard drive containing information about you. We use cookies to enable functionality to be personalised by logging in. A cookie set by the site stores information linked to unique user identification number that enables the site to remember you when you return to visit the site or when you are logged in, in order to provide a consistent, secure and appropriate service. The cookies do not carry sensitive information identifying you individually and are used to remember menu layouts, to provide a consistent and secure form handling process for contact forms, and to measure trends in usage for the purposes of capacity planning and marketing. Some cookies will remain on the computer after you leave the site, whilst others will only last as long as your browser remains open.


You have the ability to accept or decline cookies by modifying the settings in your browser. However, you may not be able to use all the features of the Website if cookies are disabled.


We may use other companies to set cookies on our websites, gather cookie information for us and serve advertisements on our websites.  In some cases, we will also use another company to operate web servers for our sites.  You can opt out of third party cookies by setting your browser to decline cookies.

Please note if you delete your browser cookies, your opt-out cookie, as well as any updates you may have made, will also be deleted. Additionally, if you change computers or web browsers, you will need to opt out again.


4.How will my Personal Information be used?


Any Personal Information that you submit, whether about yourself or others (with their consent) in the public area will be available to the entire site community globally.


In addition to other uses described below, we will have access to and may use Personal Information that you submit on, or otherwise provide in connection with, the site for administering and managing and providing other services in relation to the site, including but not limited to:


•facilitating your participation in the site,

•enabling you to share your content and communicate with other users,

•enabling us to communicate with you,

•customising the service we provide to you and other users,

•providing you any services that may be available on this site from time to time,

•monitoring compliance with the Terms of Website Use and complying with applicable law or regulations and our policies, and

•investigating any complaints about the use of the site.


We may also disclose Personal Information in order to protect our legal rights, privacy, safety, security or legitimate interests, or those of our affiliates, or our respective investors, directors, officers, employees, agents and suppliers.  These instances may include, but are not limited to: protecting the safety and security of  visitors to our websites or other properties; complying with our policies; enforcing the Terms of Website Use; complying with the law or regulations, or responding to a subpoena or other legal demand; responding to inquiries or requests from public authorities; permitting us to pursue available remedies or limit the damages that it may sustain; protecting against fraud, crime, illegal activity, anti-money laundering, anti-terrorism, or for risk management purposes;  or otherwise in connection with legal, compliance, regulatory and investigative purposes.


If we appoint third parties to host, maintain, manage, or to provide other services in relation to the Website, then the Personal Information included in the Website may be accessed and used by these third parties to the extent necessary to fulfill their hosting, maintenance, managerial, and/or other functions. Where these third parties are located outside the EEA, we will ensure that they provide an adequate level of protection for your Personal Information.


We do not rent, sell or otherwise provide your Personal Information to third parties for their marketing purposes without your prior consent.


You understand and agree that the site and any Personal Information included on the Website may be hosted, maintained and accessed globally (including outside the EEA and in the US and including in countries that may not have data protection laws).



5.What about other websites?


As set out earlier in this Privacy Statement, if you arrive on our site using an account from a different social media platform, such as Facebook or Twitter, additional privacy policies and statements may apply to you as a user of that site. If you use the site using another social media platform account, we will be provided with Personal Information by that site. Our site may also contain links to other websites.


We are not responsible for the privacy or information security practices of other websites. You should carefully review the applicable privacy and information security policies and statements for any other websites to which you click through to via the Website.  This Privacy Statement applies solely to your Personal Information collected by this site.  


6.Is the Personal Information collected about me secure?


The site uses reasonable physical, electronic, and procedural measures to safeguard information against loss, theft, and unauthorized use, disclosure, or modification.  Unfortunately, however, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be 100% secure.  As a result, while we strive to protect your information, we cannot guarantee its security.


You are responsible for maintaining the secrecy of your password and other site registration information, and for controlling access to your email communications at all times.



7.What happens when you change this Privacy Statement for the site?

From time to time, we may revise this Privacy Statement.  Changes may be made for any number of reasons, including to reflect industry initiatives, changes in the law, and changes to the scope of the site, among other reasons.  You can tell when we last updated the Privacy Statement by checking the “Last Updated” legend at the beginning of the Privacy Statement. Your continued use of the Website will indicate your agreement to the new Privacy Statement.



8.Who can I contact about accessing, amending or deleting my Personal Information?


You may have certain rights with respect to the Personal Information which we hold about you including the right to access, correct (and sometimes, object to or delete) the information. If you would like to request deletion of your information or have questions or requests, please contact who will be able to guide you as to how to do this.


If you have any other questions concerning this Privacy Statement, you may submit them to or write to them at The Secretary to the Trustees, The Lutyens Trust, Goddards, Abinger Common, Dorking, Surrey RH5 6JH.