The type of personal information collected by the Developer about a person depends on the type of dealings that the person has with the Developer. In most circumstances, the Developer collects personal information directly from the person to whom the information relates.
The Developer does not normally collect sensitive information as defined under the Privacy Act, such as information relating to health, religious or political beliefs, unless a person provides it to the Developer for a specific purpose.
Generally, the Developer uses or discloses the personal information it collects only for the purpose which was specifically or reasonably apparent at the time that the information was collected and for any purpose ancillary or consequential to the primary purpose of collection such as obtaining finance or professional advice and accurate file management. To this end the Developer may use the services of agents, service providers or contractors.
The Developer may use the personal information it holds for the purposes of research and future product development. The Developer may send marketing material to its customers, either by post or electronically, unless a person has advised the Developer in writing that they do not wish to receive such information.
The Developer may also provide the personal information to any third party:
• if required by law;
• who is a purchaser, potential purchaser, tenant or prospective tenant of all or part of the Development;
• who is a purchaser or potential purchaser of the Developer’s business; and • who is an agent or consultant of the Developer, for the purposes of marketing the Development to potential purchasers and potential tenants.
The Developer will not sell personal information to other companies. If the Developer wishes to use or disclose the personal information in other circumstances, it will first obtain the consent of the person to whom it relates
The Developer endeavours to secure all personal information it holds, and to keep that information accurate and up-to-date. The Developer requires that all employees and consultants to whom it discloses personal information respect the confidentially of that personal information at all times.
The Developer will retain the personal information as long as necessary, subject to the Developer’s legal obligations to store certain information or unless otherwise stated in this policy. The Developer will take all reasonable steps to comply with a person’s request to delete or destroy their personal information held by the Developer, unless the Developer is compelled by law to retain it, it is require to resolve certain disputes or for auditing purposes.
A person may request at any time that a copy of any personal information held by the Developer is provided and may advise the Developer of any corrections necessary. A reasonable administration fee may apply for the cost of accessingthis information.
No data or transmission over the internet can be guaranteed to be secure. The Developer cannot guarantee the protection of information that a person transmits when accessing this website.
The Developer may measure and record information about the number of visitors and their use of the site for trends and statistics for marketing purposes or for the purpose of making the website more relevant and user-friendly.
This website may provide links to other websites and may be linked from other websites. The Developer is not responsible for the privacy practices of the operators of those websites and is not liable for their conduct. The terms and conditions of those websites should be checked carefully before any personal information is disclosed on any linked website.
The Developer takes all reasonable steps to ensure that the information it collects is accurate, complete and up to date at the time of collection. A person should contact the Developer if their circumstances change or they have reason to believe the Developer’s records are not accurate, complete or up to date. The Developer will take all reasonable steps to amend the information in accordance with the above criteria.
For further information regarding privacy issues, visit the Australian Federal Privacy Commissioner’s website at http://www.privacy.org.au.