Privacy Policy

We are committed to maintaining a high level of data security and privacy. Our Privacy Policy below outline how we use and process your data.

About this policy
This policy describes the data that we collect from you or about you, and the way that we may use it from time to time. Please read the policy carefully as it will help you to understand the way that we may use your data and our reasons for doing so.

The “data controller” of your personal data (in other words, the organisation that determines how your data are used) is KayHill Consulting registered in the UK.

Who we are
KayHill is a change consultancy based in the UK that work with clients in the public, private and non-profit sectors to support successful business change. 

Contact details for Data Protection queries
If you have any questions or concerns regarding the information we hold on you, the use of your information or would like to discuss further, please contact us by post at 2 Willow Barns, Newcastle Road South, Brereton, CW11 1SB

How we collect and use information
We process contact and business information from our clients in order to enter into or fulfil the services accepted by the client.  We will not collect any business data from you we do not need in order to fulfil our contract with you.  The business data may include:

  • Basic contact details such as name, business email address, business contact number.
  • Business information containing names of key stakeholders within the business.
  • Email records.

All the business data we use are processed by our staff in the UK and for the purposes of IT hosting and maintenance this information is located on secure servers within the UK.  KayHill does not share your data with third parties unless the law allows them to do so. We have a Data Protection system in place to oversee the effective and secure processing of your business data, and our staff are trained in their data protection responsibilities.

You don’t need to provide us with any data to use our website

Data from publicly available sources
We will sometimes use publicly available sources, for example LinkedIn, to obtain the contact details for specific businesses that we feel would benefit from our services.