Check out our statement
By accessing and continuing to use the Family Housing Association (Wales) website you agree to accept the statements below. If not, then please do not continue to use the website. The statements below may change from time-to-time and are effective immediately. Please check each time you access this page to review any changes.
We are committed to keeping any information we hold about you secure. We endeavour to ensure that any information that you send to us also remains secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure of this data we have put in place physical, electronic and managerial procedures to help to safeguard and secure information we retain. We cannot accept responsibility for the security of any data sent to us via email unless steps are taken by you to secure or encrypt the data before sending it to us. Emails and attachments we send are scanned for viruses. No safeguards are 100% secure and, where appropriate, you should always carry out your own checks.
We may collect information, such as the email addresses and telephone numbers you provide when you contact us online. This is used to help improve communication and/or the services we provide to you.
A cookie is a small file which is placed on your computer's hard drive by your browser. You can change your browser settings to stop cookies being stored on your computer. But this may affect how our website functions.
We use Google Analytics to analyse web traffic visiting the site.
Our website has links to third party websites. You will need to read and accept the privacy settings on each of the respective websites to ensure you wish to use these.
Protecting your personal information
The nature of our work means that we have to record a great deal of information about our tenants. We only ask you for information that we need to provide you with a service. We take utmost care to keep this information safe.
Your personal information is confidential
The law says that we must never disclose information about you to anyone else unless it is an emergency, or someone has a legal right to access it, for example, the Police. If we have to disclose information about you, we will try our best to contact you before we do this. However, in an emergency situation the need to disclose would come first in order to keep people safe.
You can ask to see the information we hold on you
You have the right to access files or other records containing information relating to:
The law is changing
From May 25, 2018, the law is changing to provide you with further protection. You can read more about this here: General Data Protection Regulation. Family Housing will review the way it manages your personal information with the new changes.
You can contact us if you want more information.
You can speak to Farid Ali, Governance & Improvement Manager – on 01792 460192 or you can email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you believe that any of the information about you is incorrect, or incomplete, then please advise us and we will endeavour to amend this as promptly as possible.