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Privacy policy

This Privacy Notice describes how Landmark Public Affairs (“we”) handles, collects, protects and stores personal information connected with the services we provide when we are a data controller as defined in the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). This broadly means when we take decisions about which personal information to process and how.

This notice does not apply when we process personal information as a data processor as defined in the GDPR. This broadly means when we process information only on the basis of instructions from our clients. When this is the case, you should contact the client on whose behalf we are processing data, since they will either be the data controller or be able to tell you who the data controller is.

This notice also does not apply to the processing of personal information of our employees.

You can use the following links to jump to different sections of the notice.

  1. 1. Our contact details
  2. 2. When we collect personal information
  3. 3. The type of information we hold
  4. 4. Why we process personal data
  5. 5. When we share personal data
  6. 6. How we store your information
  7. 7. Your data protection rights
  8. 8. How to complain

1. Our contact details

Name: Landmark Public Affairs
(This is the trading name of Landmark Public Policy Advisers Europe Limited, a company registered in England with a Belgian branch.)


UK Office:

Salisbury House
29 Finsbury Circus
United Kingdom

Phone Number:
+44 20 7183 8899

Belgian Branch:

Rue du Collège 27
B-1050 Brussels

Phone Number:
+32 2 808 0644

2. When we collect personal information

We collect personal information:

3. The type of information we hold

We currently collect and process the following types of information:

The GDPR defines and prohibits the processing of “special category personal data”, except under one of several exemptions. This is sensitive personal data which reveals your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership; as well as genetic data, biometric data which is processed for the purpose of uniquely identifying you; and also data concerning your sex life or sexual orientation.

The only special category data which we process are those about people’s political opinions. When we do so, we rely on the exemption in Article 9(2)(e) which allows us to process such data which is manifestly made public by the data subject. This reasonably includes publicly-available information about political affiliations, as well as equivalent information provided by you at events and meetings, for example. For the avoidance of doubt, we do not include within the term “political opinions” your views about public policy, including your views on policy responses such as proposals for legislation or regulation.

4. Why we process personal data

We process your personal information for one or more of the following reasons: