1. Introduction

Welcome to North Locksmith UK Limited’s (” North Locksmith”) privacy policy.

North Locksmith takes privacy seriously and commits to safeguarding your personal information. This privacy statement will explain the way we handle your personal information when you browse the website northlocksmithmanchester.co.uk (“our website”) (regardless of the location you are visiting the site from) and inform you about your privacy rights and the ways the law safeguards you. This privacy statement also applies to any personal information we collect or receive through methods that are not our website – for instance, via mail, phone, or face-to-face contact.

  1. Important information about who we are

This privacy policy is designed to protect your privacy.

This privacy statement aims to inform you about how North Locksmith manages and collects your personal information, which includes the information you provide when (if relevant) the sign-up process is completed. For one or more mailing lists or newsletters, purchase an item or service, take part in a contest or survey, or engage in any other way with us.

This website was not designed to be used by children, and we don’t knowingly gather data about children. If you’re under 16, you must not use our website unless you’ve received our written permission to access it.

It is crucial to take the time to read this privacy statement alongside any privacy notices or proper processing notifications we might provide at specific times when we collect or process personal data on you to ensure you are aware of the reasons and how we use your personal information. This privacy statement is in addition to these notices and is not designed to supersede them.


North Locksmith (UK) Limited is the controller and is responsible for the personal information you provide us (collectively called “North Locksmith”, “we”, “us,” or “our” in this privacy notice).

We have appointed a data compliance officer who is in charge of directing any questions regarding this policy on privacy. If you’ve any concerns about this privacy statement or any request to exercise your rights under the law (as described in paragraph 9 of the privacy statement), please contact the DPO by contacting the contact information provided below.

Privacy policies are subject to change, and your responsibility is to inform us of such changes.

The last update was on 17th May 2018. older versions are available by contacting us.

The UK’s data protection law will be changed on 25th May 2018. Although this privacy statement sets the majority of the rights you have under the new law, however, we might not be able to answer specific requests (for instance, an application regarding the exchange of personal information) until 25th May 2018 because we are trying to get our systems prepared for the modifications.

The information that we keep about you must be current and accurate. Please keep us informed of any changes in your information changes in the time you have been with us.

Links from third parties

Our website may contain links to third-party sites, plug-ins, or applications. Clicking on these links or enabling them may permit third-party websites to gather or share information regarding you. We have no control over third-party websites and are not accountable for their privacy policies. If you leave our site, we suggest you review the privacy policies/notices of each site you visit.

  1. The information we collect on you

Personal data, also known as personal information, refers to any data about an individual who can be identified. This does not include information that has the identity of the individual deleted (anonymous information).

We can collect, the process to store, and transfer various types of personal information concerning you, which we’ve put together in the following manner:

Additionally, we collect and utilize and share aggregated data like statistics or demographics to serve any purpose. Aggregated Data can be obtained from your personal information but isn’t considered personal information under the law since it doesn’t directly or indirectly identify you. For example, we might collect information from Usage Data to determine the proportion of users using certain website features. If we connect Aggregated Data to personal information so that it could be used to identify you directly or indirectly, we will treat the combination of data as personal data, which is used in conformity with our privacy guidelines.

We do not have specific categories of Personal Data about you (this includes information about your ethnicity or race and philosophical or religious beliefs, sexual orientation and the way you dress, your political beliefs and trade union membership details about your health, and biometric and genetic data). We do not have details about your criminal convictions or violations.