ARCH Ltd recognises that privacy is important to the individual
and is committed to protecting the privacy and confidentiality of
its website users. ARCH has appointed HouseMark Ltd to manage its
business services and to manage its website. HouseMark is
registered with the Information Commissioner under the Data
Protection Act 1998.
Any personal data that HouseMark may request from ARCH users
will be kept confidential, entered into a customer relationship
database and processed in accordance with the requirements of the
Data Protection Act 1998.
Any personal information provided by an individual to ARCH or to
HouseMark, either through user registration or use of the website
will only be used for the following purposes by ARCH and
- updating and enhancing subscription and user records and those
of other related ARCH activities
- defining areas of interest for the individual by improving the
website to meet users' habits and preferences
- informing users about important changes to the website or new
- advising users of other products and services provided by ARCH
or in association with ARCH that may be of interest
Any personal information received from an individual will be
retained by HouseMark and not sold, transferred or otherwise
disclosed to any third party, unless such disclosure is required by
law or other court order. An individual will also have the right to
remove themselves from any mailing list at any time.
What are 'cookies'?
'Cookies' are small text files that are stored by your browser
on your computer, tablet or mobile phone. The cookies used on the
ARCH website collect information about the way users interact with
the website. This enables us to improve the quality and usability
of the website for you.
What type of cookies do we use?
User authentication cookies
These cookies are essential to the effective operation of our
website. They are used to authenticate you as registered user and
so give you access to the members only area.
Google web analytics cookies collect information about how you
use our website. All information collected is anonymous to you as
an individual, and the information is aggregated so we can
understand how visitors are using the website as a whole, for
example, which pages of the website are most visited.
All modern internet browsers allow you to control your cookie
settings. These settings are usually accessed in the 'Options' or
'Preferences' section of your browser. For more information on
changing these settings in popular browsers, please refer to the
For further information about cookies and how to manage
them, please visit www.allaboutcookies.org