Privacy & cookies

Our privacy policies, as outlined below, were updated in April 2018 in readiness for the introduction of the new European data protection law - the 'European General Data Protection Regulation' (GDPR) - on 25 May 2018.

Privacy & cookies

Full details are given below of how Bowen Craggs & Co uses visitor’s personal information gained from this site and our surveys on other websites. If you have any questions concerning your privacy with Bowen Craggs & Co – or would like to receive details of the information we hold about you – please send an e-mail to Dan Drury

Personally identifiable information

Visitor privacy is very important to us, as is our reputation in the marketplace. Bowen Craggs & Co will not do anything with a visitor’s personal details that the visitor has not given express permission for. We will keep your personal information for no longer than is necessary for the purposes for which it was provided. It is our policy to respect your privacy. This includes:

Choice and consent

To respect the purpose for which our site visitors give us information we give them choice and consent over how their personal information is used. We will remove your personal information immediately upon request. 

Third-party use

We do not sell, rent or loan our e-mail lists to third parties.


We send out information only to those who request it and immediately unsubscribe those who ask us to do so.


Information about Bowen Craggs & Co will be sent on behalf of users who have recommended it to a friend or colleague. People who have been recommended will not automatically be added to our e-mail lists.


We may store some information (commonly known as a ‘cookie’) on your computer when you look at our site. We are able to read these cookies for information purposes should you revisit our website. The type of information we collect as a result of a cookie being accepted by you is specific to your PC and includes the IP address, the date and time of the visit, what parts of our website were looked at and whether the web pages requested were delivered successfully. This information is anonymous; it represents and is associated with a computer rather than a person. We use the cookie information to improve our knowledge of how our website is used and to enable us to ascertain whether the website is functioning correctly.

We use cookies on our site. By browsing the site you are agreeing to this, but you can change your settings at any time.

The cookies used on the Bowen Craggs web site serve different purposes and can be broadly classified as follows:

Necessary and functionality cookies

These cookies are used for core site functionality and without these the site cannot function correctly. They hold no personal information and can be disabled using the preference settings of your browser, though this may affect some of the site functionality.

On this site, these cookies can include third party cookies from our Content Management system, provided by Kentico, or cookies associated with embedded content from providers such as YouTube or Slideshare.

Performance cookies

We use third party software, which uses cookies to measure and analyse site performance and browsing data, enabling us to make improvements to our site. Any data collected in this way is anonymised and aggregated and cannot be linked to individual users.

The third party software providers we use for this analysis are Google Analytics and New Relic. You can read more about this by visiting Google or New Relic.

Campaign cookies

Some cookies used by this site are associated with advertising campaigns run for Bowen Craggs by third parties, on other sites such as LinkedIn. These cookies are anonymised and provide referral information to allow us to analyse campaigns.

Read more about the LinkedIn privacy policy here.

All of the above cookies can be reviewed and disabled, if required, by visiting your browser settings.

For details of Bowen Craggs' Privacy & Cookie Statement regarding participants in our website visitor research, please click here.