Objective & Scope of Policy

Lakeview Community Partners Limited (LCPL)’s privacy policy sets out the information gathering practices for this web site. We respect our visitors’ right to both their privacy and security of their data and we collect and use information throughout our web site only as set out below.

For the purposes of this Policy:

“Visitor” means an individual who has requested information from LCPL/Lakeview Village by accessing its website at and is also referred to as “you”;

“Lakeview Community Partners Limited (LCPL)” is also referred to as “we”, “our” or “us”;

“Personal Information” means any information, recorded in any form, about an identified individual, or an individual whose identity may be inferred or determined from such information.

Personal Information

LCPL does not collect any information and/or store it in an online environment, other than the information you submit to receive e-mail communications.

Use & Disclosure

LCPL does not share, exchange or lend personal information to any third party except with persons for purposes of administration and to contracted service providers for providing services relating to business and who agree to comply with our policies relating to privacy and confidentiality of information.

We use our e-mail communications for getting in touch or for sharing information with any contacts from whom we have received consent. If you sign up to receive e-mail communications, please provide your e-mail address. Each email will provide instructions on how to unsubscribe (opt-out) from our mailing list.

Statistics are gathered from the e-mails in order to track the effectiveness of the mailings. This information is used for our own internal purposes.

Please note that there are circumstances where the use and/or disclosure of Personal Information may be justified or permitted, or where we are obliged to disclose information without consent. Such circumstances may include:

  • where required by law or by order or requirement of a court, administrative agency or other governmental tribunal;
  • where we believe, upon reasonable grounds, that it is necessary to protect the rights, privacy, safety or property of an identifiable person or group;
  • where it is necessary to permit us to pursue available remedies or limit any damages that we may sustain; or
  • where the information being disclosed or used is in the public domain.

In situations where we are obliged or permitted to disclose information without consent, we will not disclose more information than is required in the applicable circumstances.