Definition of Data Protection: A person’s fundamental right to privacy
Definition of personal data: Personal data is anything from which a living person can be identified
Fairways (NI) Limited (FNI) is committed to protecting the personal data of our clients/customers. We do not share data with third parties (outside of our third party essential service providers) without the prior express consent of our clients/customer, all personal data obtained and processed is done so with the consent of our clients/customers.
FNI provides golf course related services including food and beverage operations. We will only contact you in relation to services relating to this.
If you enter into discussions with us to book one of our services we may need you to provide us with personal information to allow us to confirm this. For example, you may need to provide the following information:
The number of persons proposed for the service / facility.
If you do confirm a booking with us we may retain the content of your communications together with your mobile number / email address and our responses for the purpose of providing you with the confirmation.
We will keep your information safe and secure and below are some of the methods we use to do so:
All computers and property information systems used by our staff are only accessible by personal passwords
Staff only have access to client information that is relevant to their job role
We have shredding facilities for all personal information
FNI has in place a data retention policy. Your personal data will be retained to allow us to provide you with information about our services / facilities in the future.
Under the Data Protection Acts, you have the right to obtain a copy of your information that we hold. You also have the right to correct any inaccuracies in this information.
If you wish to request access to personal data held by us and relating to you (data access request) or if you wish to correct any inaccuracies in this information you must:
Submit a written statement to The Data Compliance Officer, Fairways (NI) Limited, 6 Dunygarton Road, Maze, Lisburn, BT27 5RT.
Provide proof of identification
We must supply the information to you within one month of receiving the request.
How do we use the information that you provide to us?
We will retain and process any personal data you supply to us only for the reasons listed below:
a) To send you related text messages / e mails regarding future events / offers / promotions. b) To confirm bookings by text / e mail, for bookings made for services we provide.
c) To respond to any questions or queries that you send to us
d) To obtain feedback on your dealings with our company
Legal Basis: The processing is necessary for the completion of bookings to which you are party to. Legal Basis: The processing is necessary to comply with our legal obligations
Legal Basis: This processing is necessary for the legitimate interests of the controller. It is within
If you do not wish to receive correspondence by email or text at any stage please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “opt out of all communications”.
Sharing your Information
There are a number of circumstances in which we may share your personal data with other parties. Below is a list of such potential recipients or categories of recipients with whom we may share information:
In order to carry out credit checks when entering into an agreement we may share personal data with financial institutions.
In order to meet legal and regulatory requirements we may share personal data with fraud prevention agencies.
For debt management purposes we may in certain cases be required to share personal data with debt collection agencies.
Organisations who act as service providers to FNI such as providers of data storage, IT Services and security.
We may pass personal data to our agents and service providers and group companies when relevant for these purposes, including the use of cloud providers. This may involve passing your personal data outside of the European Economic Area and any such recipients will be bound to comply with the European Commission standard contractual clauses for the transfers of data outside the EEA.
If you have any queries in relation to how we obtain, process, secure or retain your data please contact the Data Compliance Officer on 028 9262 1339.