When a user visits the Website,, we use a number of first party session and permanent cookies. A cookie is a small amount of data, which often includes an anonymous and unique session identifier connecting the user to his/her session.


We do not use or set any third party cookies.


Cookies are sent from the Website servers to the browser in the user's own computer, and are stored on the computer’s hard drive. These small pieces of information allow us to communicate with the user and provide the site in its full functionality.


Cookies are either ‘permanent’ or ‘session’. Session cookies only stay in place for the duration of the user's session on the site. They do not track any information about a user or his/her behaviour and are not used to compile statistics. They do not collect or store any personally identifiable information.


The Website cannot get to your e-mail address, name, address or other personally identifying information unless you have already provided that information to the site.


Similarly, the Website cannot access cookie information destined for another site. Your browser will only ever send cookies relevant to the site being displayed.


Whenever you visit any page on the Website, your browser will send back all the cookies that are relevant to our site and that your browser has accepted.


You can configure your browser to accept or reject cookies, or notify you when a cookie is set. As every browser is different, you will need to check the “Help” menu of your browser to find out how to change your cookie preferences.


However, if your browser is set to reject either all or even some of the cookies we use, your use of the site will be limited. It may not display correctly and you will not be able to take full advantage of every facility. For example, if you make a business search, the Website may be unable to remember the list of matching businesses that relate to your search.



How to refuse the use of cookies




You may refuse the use of cookies by selecting the appropriate settings in your browser. However, if you do this, some aspects of the site will no longer operate correctly and you will lose useful functionality designed to make the Website operate smoothly and for the benefit of users.