Privacy Policy:

The Types of Data Damhurst Collects: We collect contact details such as first and last name, job title, company name, address, email address and telephone number. In the case of candidates, we may also hold employment histories. We collect this data when it is provided by a client or candidate making direct contact with Damhurst. We also collect it through our own research and from publicly available sources such as corporate websites, social networking sites and Companies House.

Sharing Information: Damhurst does not share, sell or rent personal information to third parties for marketing or any other purposes. During searches, we will only share relevant information between our clients and candidates once the involved parties have provided their express consent. In some cases, we might have to pass your information to third parties if required to by law.

Legal Basis for Processing Personal Data Includes:
• A client’s or candidate’s specific consent to use their personal information;
• The performance of a contract between Damhurst and a client;
• A legal obligation which Damhurst is subject to and must comply with;
• A legitimate interest carried out by Damhurst, which can be considered reasonable.

Legitimate Interests Include:
• Providing our clients and candidates with the services they have requested;
• Notifications to our clients and candidates which we believe will be of interest;
• Collecting personal information to ensure the data we hold on our clients and candidates is accurate and up to date.

Your Rights: Under UK data protection law, you have a right to request access and receive a copy of the personal data we hold about you and correct inaccurate or incomplete information. You also have the right to restrict and/or object to the use and processing of your personal information and can ask us to delete some or all of your personal information. Requests must be made with proof of identification via email to or in writing to James Cooper, Damhurst & Co, 99 Bishopsgate, London, EC2M 3XD, United Kingdom. We will endeavour to respond within one month on receipt of the request.

Communications: We may use your contact details to provide you with information about our services via email, phone or text if we think they may be of interest to you. You can opt out of these communications at any time by contacting us directly.

Keeping Your Information: We keep your information for no longer than is required for the purposes explained in this policy. The amount of time we keep this information will depend on legal obligations and our operational demands. Damhurst regularly reviews its data to ensure all the information it holds is accurate and up to date. If you have been removed from our communications, some of your details may be retained to ensure you are no longer contacted by Damhurst.

Security: We keep your personal information on secure servers, which are routinely monitored. These can only be accessed by trained Damhurst members of staff.

Links to Other Websites: This policy applies to our website only and not to any links of other organisations found on this site, or websites of other organisations that linked you to this site. We cannot be held responsible for the privacy policies, security or content of any third parties associated with this site and we recommend that you review their policies before submitting any of your data through their websites.

Cookies: Cookies are small data files that a website sends and stores on your hard drive in order to log your preferences. This helps organisations provide you with a more personalised experience on their websites. Most internet browsers will allow you to modify how cookies are used by our website through the browser’s settings. This may, however, disrupt your experience of the Damhurst website.

Changes to Damhurst’s Privacy Policy: Any changes made to this Privacy Policy will be posted on this page. If appropriate you will be notified directly of any major changes.

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