‘Exeter Works’ – a partnership between Exeter City Council and Exeter Chamber

How we use your personal information

We use your personal information so that we can send you information relating to the Exeter Works project, including; job opportunities, training courses, events, and national programmes that might be of interest. We are required to do this because you have consented to us sending you this information by signing up for the Exeter Works newsletter.

What we will do with it

Your personal information will be held and used by Exeter Works, solely for the purposes of the Exeter Works project.

How long will we keep your information?

We will only keep your information for as long as it is necessary. The period that we have to keep your information is usually set out in law. As soon as you let us know you no longer want us to contact you, your information will be securely and confidentially destroyed.

What will happen if you don’t provide your personal information?

If you do not provide your personal information to us, then we will not be able to send you relevant updates and information about the Exeter Works project.

Cookies

Exeter City Council and its partner sites all place cookies onto your computer for the purpose of making your visits to our sites more friendly and efficient. Legislation requires we tell you about this and to give you the option to remove these cookies if you so wish.

We make every effort to maintain the accuracy of the information on this web site and this privacy statement applies to this entire website – https://www.exeterworks.org (and other associated websites). It does not apply to linked websites. When linking to another web site, Exeter Works recommends that you read their privacy statement on cookies.

Please note, some of our web pages include Google maps or links to YouTube film and these third party sites will register their own Cookies if you click into them.

Cookie security and privacy issues

Cookies are not intended to store any information that could otherwise identify the user/user identity – they only store information on user preferences. Due to their flexibility and the fact that many of the largest and most-visited websites use cookies by default, cookies are almost unavoidable. Disabling cookies will lock a user out of many of the most widely-used sites on the Internet like YouTube, Gmail, Yahoo mail, and others. Even search settings require cookies for language settings. Therefore you should be aware that by declining cookies on our site – you may find from time to time some pages will not respond as you anticipate.

When visiting our site, we will record the following information, in order to help us improve the browsing experience. We do not use this for tracking purposes.

  • IP address
  • country
  • browser
  • operating system
  • screen resolution

More information

To see Exeter City Council’s full privacy notice or to find out about your rights go to www.exeter.gov.uk/DataProtection.