Property Viewings/Inspections during Covid-19 Restrictions – 18.5.2020
Initial viewings should be done virtually wherever possible, to minimise the number of people physically visiting the property.
Check to ensure that people requesting viewings are not suffering from the virus, self isolating or shielding a vulnerable person. It is inappropriate for these people to undertake viewings.
Physical viewings are limited to members of the same household – no open house viewings to take place. Viewings are by appointment only.
Agents should travel to the property alone, do not take colleagues or potential tenants.
When physically viewing properties external doors and windows should be opened where possible to allow good ventilation of the property. All internal doors should be open.
Agents accompanying clients on a viewing will follow social distancing rules. Where viewings are unaccompanied or conducted by the current occupier of the property, agents will ensure that viewers and occupiers understand how they should conduct themselves.
Viewers should avoid touching surfaces, wash your hands regularly and bring your own hand sanitiser. If small children have to accompany their parents, the parent should try to keep them from touching surfaces and ensure they wash hands regularly.
Ensure all surfaces and door handles are cleaned after each viewing with standard household cleaning products.
Landbridge General Data Protection Policy
Privacy and Data Protection Policy
Landbridge Property LLP (t/a Landbridge) complies with the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) which comes into effect on 25th May 2018
Landbridge is a Limited Liability Partnership and for data protection purposes is registered with ‘Information Commissioner’s Office’ (ICO)
We are committed to protecting your privacy and through this policy we set out how this is done.
The business primary function is to provide professional advice as chartered surveyors and property advisers and negotiate the purchase and sale of land and property, property management and letting, for this business purpose we will collect and use personal data.
The partners and staff have an obligation to perform their duties for the proper management and governance of the business and to comply with the rules of our professional bodies and other regulatory authorities.
The partners and staff understand the need for privacy. We will not use personal information collected for any purpose other than individual client care, mailing of skills and service information, or individual contact where requested. For these purposes, the information may be stored. Landbridge declares that all information will be treated confidentially and in accordance with the legal provisions concerning data protection.
In accordance with their rights under the Data Protection Act 1998, clients may request the amendment/deletion of the personal information held and to cease receiving direct marketing materials.
Landbridge does not sell, rent or otherwise deal in the personal information we hold.
This policy describes what personal information we collect or obtain about you, how it is stored and how we use it.
Money Laundering Policy
Landbridge Property LLP (t/a Landbridge)
Updated March 2018
Landbridge complies with the Money Laundering Regulations 2017
Landbridge is a Limited Liability Partnership and for anti-money laundering purposes is registered with the HMRC.
Landbridge partners and staff are committed to protecting our clients, both existing and new, from fraudulent use of their names and addresses by criminals for money laundering purposes.
The purchase of property in the UK and overseas has the potential to be used by organisations to launder the proceeds of criminal activity. This is due to the large number of criminal funds which can be ‘cleaned’ in a single transaction.
The first step in the money laundering process is for criminals to get their money into a legitimate bank or building society account, invariably using a false identity and address.
To ensure that we comply with the law and are doing our best to protect all of our clients we have put some simple procedures in place.
The law requires that we have evidence to show that you are who you say you are and that you live at the address you say you do, this does not mean that we suspect you of money laundering. We require proof of your identity and address before acting on your behalf.
This policy informs you as to why Landbridge is required to comply with the Money Laundering Regulations 2017.
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