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What is a "cookie"?


A "cookie" is a very small digital file designed to create an identification tag.  This downloads on to your computer or smartphone when you first use a website. It enables the website to recognise your device. 


Most commonly they count the number of the times websites are visited, and which pages are looked at. This is the only type of cookie we use at Regent Chambers.


The law relating to cookies changed on 26 May 2011 and the Information Commissioner’s Office issued guidance regarding their use.


Websites can still use cookies, but users' must be informed of the use of cookies and must be able to choose which of their online activities are monitored.

What cookies does Regent Chambers use and for what purpose?


By default our website ( uses only a well-known and trusted cookie called Google Analytics.


It generates statistics about the visitors to a website, such as the average time users spend on the website, the amount of times the website is visited and which pages are the most or least viewed.


We use this data to try and improve the users’ experience of the site by making it more user-friendly & efficient :  For example, by identifying which pages of the site don't interest you or are unhelpful. 


We do not create or maintain any record of your personal data. We do not obtain any data to enable targeted advertising or create surfing profiles or to enable personal identification of any visitor.



What if I don't consent to the use of cookies?


By visiting and continuing to use our website we assume you are content with our limited use of cookies for analytical purposes only.


If, however, you do not consent to the use of cookies you can disable cookies at any time through your browser’s settings.    


Go to: and see the “How to delete cookies” tab for a full guide.


Disabling cookies, however, may limit the operation of some parts of this website.



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