This web site (the "Site") is operated by St. Pier Limited (the "Company"), a company registered in England (No 423149), with its registered office at Saxon House, Castle Street, Guildford, Surrey, GU1 3UW
Access to the Site, and use of its contents, is at the user's sole discretion and risk. Whilst the Company has taken reasonable measures to ensure that the contents of the Site are accurate and up to date, it accepts no responsibility for any action taken by any person or organisation as a result, direct or otherwise, of information contained in, or accessed through, the Site, whether provided by the Company or a third party. The contents of the Site are provided "AS IS" and the Company makes no warranties or representations about any of those contents (including the timeliness, currency, accuracy, completeness, reliability, continued availability or fitness for any particular purpose of those contents or that the use of the Site will be error free or reliable). To the greatest extent permissible by applicable laws, the Company excludes any such warranties and representations that may otherwise be implied and excludes all liability with respect to the Site, its contents or the use any user of the Site makes of it or those contents.
Third party websites:
The Site may contain hypertext links to third party owned websites. The Company provides such links for the convenience of the users of the Site and has no control over any websites which may be accessed or available through them. The Company does not endorse, sponsor, recommend or otherwise accept any responsibility for such third party websites or their content or availability. In particular, the Company does not accept any liability for any infringement of any person's intellectual property rights by, or liability arising out of any information or opinion contained on, any such third party website.
Use of data:
The Company will not collect any personally identifiable information about any user of the Site through their use of it unless they provide that information voluntarily through contacting the Company. The Company will use any information provided to correspond with the relevant user about the matter in connection with which they provide it and will retain it and that correspondence for its records. The Company will not disclose that information to any third party unless legally required to do so or where necessary to address the subject matter of that correspondence, and may transfer that information to outside the European Economic Area, including to countries which have a lesser standard of data protection than those within it.