Privacy Policy

Sleep Centre London reserves the right to use automatic tracking systems on its website, collecting information about visitors without identifying individuals, so that we can collate statistical information. We have included a tracking system on our website that records the number of people accessing our site, the day and time of each visit and whether you are a repeat visitor. This information is useful in monitoring our effectiveness in promoting the site, reviewing its technical specification and assessing its usefulness. We are not able to identify you or gain personal information - unless you submit this information using the online response forms. Any information submitted to us from an online response form on the website will automatically be e-mailed to the Sleep Centre London and used by staff to respond to your enquiry. Any information submitted will not be passed to third parties. This privacy policy applies to the Sleep Centre London website only and does not extend to any third party websites linked to it.

Links

Hyperlinks to other websites from this site are provided to allow visitors ready access to further information that may be of relevance. The inclusion of a link on this website should not be interpreted as endorsement. Sleep Centre London cannot take responsibility and will not accept liability for the content provided on any third party sites that its website is linked to. Visitors to linked sites must judge for themselves the accuracy and quality of the information provided, and takes responsibility for the appropriateness of acting on such information.

Data Protection

The personal information provided by you will be on a database and will not be shared with third parties. It is the policy of Sleep Centre London to observe the provisions of the European Directive 95/46/EC ("the Directive") relating to the protection of personal data and, in particular, as the Sleep Centre London is situated in the UK, the provisions of the UK Data Protection Acts 1984 and 1998 ("the UK legislation").