Personal information is collected by Homeseeeker Park & Leisure Homes. We collect personal information from you through the use of enquiry and registration forms and every time you e-mail us your details.
We process personal information collected via www.homeseekerhomes.co.uk for the purposes of:
We may also disclose your information to business partners and third party suppliers we engage to provide services which involve processing data on our behalf or in accordance with a properly executed court order.
We also use information in aggregate form (so that no individual user is identified):
We use "cookies" to identify you when you visit the www.shepherd-group.com site and to build up a demographic profile.
Given that the Internet is a global environment, using the Internet to collect and process personal data necessarily involves the transmission of data on an international basis. Therefore, by browsing www.shepherd-group.com and communicating electronically with us you acknowledge and agree to our processing of personal data in this way.
You have the right to request a copy of the personal information Homeseeeker Park & Leisure Homes holds about you and to have any inaccuracies corrected.
If you would like more information please call: 0845 0702345 or enquire here »
With a Homeseeker park home you can benefit from a range of further optional money and energy-saving features offered by some parks that will not only help save the environment but also the money in your pocket! These features include:
A water-butt system that collects rainwater from your roof for 101 uses such as watering the garden, washing your windows and car or giving your dog a drink.
A plumbed-in systems that recycles water from your shower and hand basins for use by your toilet flush system.
In the right location this eco-friendly system utilises renewable energy stored in the ground to provide one of the most energy-efficient ways of heating your Homeseeker park home. The only energy used by ground source heating systems is electricity to power the pumps which nevertheless deliver three or four times more thermal energy (heat) than is used in electrical energy to drive the system.