Terms & Conditions Of Use
This website (the ‘website’) is the website of Adroit Utilities Limited (Adroit Utilities). The website and the related services (the ‘services) are managed by Adroit Utilities.
Please read the following Terms and Conditions (the ‘terms) carefully. By accessing the website you agree to be bound by the terms. If you do not agree to the terms you should not continue to use or view the content in any way.
References to ‘you’ or ‘your’ means you as a non-business user or a legal entity of Adroit Utilities.
‘We’ is with reference to Adroit Utilities Limited.
Adroit Utilities accepts no legal liability for loss, damages or expenses which you may incur directly or indirectly by you accessing this website or any of its content.
All material contained within this website is copyrighted to Adroit Utilities unless otherwise stated. No material, content, text or imagery shall be reproduced or re-distributed without express consent and written permission from Adroit Utilities.
The content and information displayed on this website shall not be used for any commercial purpose or gain.
The name Adroit Utilities Limited and the company logo is copyrighted to Adroit Utilities Limited and use of them without express written permission is forbidden.
How does Adroit Utilities use my information?
If you would like to receive a quote from Adroit Utilities for any work we would require certain information to proceed with your request.
Information that Adroit Utilities may ask for includes; your name, address where the project will take place and your contact information.
Adroit Utilities will use your contact information for project correspondence and to provide you with the service.
Will my information be passed to a Third Party?
Before the project commences
Adroit Utilities will only disclose your information with relevant Third Parties, typically your local authority so the work can take place. This information has to be passed on in accordance with the Traffic Management Act 2004 and the New Roads & Street Works Act 1991.
Failure to give Adroit Utilities authorisation to pass on your information during the legal process will result in your project not being granted from your local authority.
Once the project is completed
Post completion of your project, we have to prepare a ‘closure pack’ as part of the UIP contract, which is then submitted to the relevant gas transporter.
Storing your information
Adroit Utilities will only store the information you have provided for the duration of your correspondence and until the project is closed.
Third Party Websites
Adroit Utilities accepts no responsibility for material or content on the Internet or World Wide Web pages that may be linked directly or indirectly to this website.
The Terms and Conditions shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales and if disputed shall be subject to English jurisdiction.