Terms and conditions
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Using our website
The UK version of the IGC website is maintained for your personal use and viewing. Access and use by you of this site constitutes acceptance by you of these Terms and Conditions that take effect from the date of first use. We may alter these terms and conditions at any time. Please remember that the information on these pages can only provide general guidance and should not be read as a substitute for the law. The IGC will always try to ensure that all material on these pages is accurate but we cannot guarantee that it will be free from error at all times.
The names, images and logos identifying the IGC, are proprietary marks of the IGC. Copying our logos and/or any other third party logos accessed via this website is not permitted without prior approval from the relevant copyright owner. Requests for permission to use our logo should be directed to us. Please contact us. Tell us how and why your wish to use our logo(s). Please include your contact details name, address, telephone number, fax number and email.
The material featured on the UK version of this site is subject to Crown copyright protection unless otherwise indicated. You are welcome to print these pages, link to them, or reproduce information contained on them so long as you do not distort the information contained there or, unless otherwise provided, do so for financial gain. You must acknowledge the UK delegation to the IGC as the source of the information. The permission to reproduce Crown copyright material from these pages does not extend to any material on this site which is identified as being the copyright of a third party. Authorisation to reproduce such material must be obtained from the copyright holders concerned.
Hyperlinking to us at the Intergovernmental Commission
You do not have to ask permission to link directly to pages hosted on this site. We do not object to you linking directly to the information that is hosted on our site. However, we do not permit our pages to be loaded into frames on your site. The IGC pages must load into the user’s entire window.
Hyperlinking by us at the Intergovernmental Commission
It is our policy to obtain permission to link to other websites. We are not responsible for the content or reliability of the linked websites. Listing should not be taken as endorsement of any kind. We cannot guarantee that these links will work all of the time and we have no control over the availability of linked pages.
We make every effort to check and test material at all stages of production. It is always wise for you to run an anti-virus program on all material downloaded from the Internet. We cannot accept any responsibility for any loss, disruption or damage to your data or your computer system which may occur whilst using material derived from this website.
If you are a user with general public and anonymous access, the UK version of the IGC website does not store or capture personal information, but merely logs the user’s Internet Protocol (IP) address that is automatically recognised by the web server. This privacy statement only covers the UK version of the IGC website. This statement does not cover links within this site to other websites.
The UK delegation to the IGC handles information in accordance with Cabinet Office protective marking guidelines. Protective markings are labels applied to information to show: the correct level of protection the information has; the processes to be followed for handling that information; and the severity of impact should the information be lost or inappropriately transmitted. The UK delegation to the IGC is bound by the principles of the Data Protection Act 1998. Personal data is protected within the UK delegation to the IGC according to Cabinet Office guidelines. If the UK delegation to the IGC receives a request for information which constitutes personal data, then the UK delegation to the IGC would treat the request as a subject access request under the Data Protection Act 1998. Generally, the UK delegation to the IGC is not obliged, under the Data Protection Act 1998, to disclose any information which is personal data relating to another individual. The UK delegation to the IGC believes that it is in the public interest to make information readily accessible, where appropriate, and for it to be subject to public scrutiny. If members of the public have any concerns about the handling of information by the UK delegation to the IGC, they should contact the customer correspondence team who can be contacted as follows:
Customer correspondence team
Office of Rail Regulation
One Kemble Street
Telephone: 020 7282 2018 / 2037 / 3863 / 3951
Email: contact.cct orr.gsi.gov.uk
Should you remain dissatisfied with our response, you may ask the director of corporate services to re-investigate the concerns you have raised.
Last updated: December 2009