Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

London Coworking Assembly

The London Coworking Assembly is a chapter of the United Kingdom Coworking Assembly (UK Coworking Assembly), which is a locally organized, UK based project of The Association of Coworking and Collaboration CIC, located at 23 Kingsdown Parade, Bristol, England, BS6 5UE, supported by alliance with The European Coworking Assembly.

The Association of Coworking and Collaboration CIC is a Community Interest Company, registered under number 12142535, whose address is  23 Kingsdown Parade, Bristol, England, BS6 5UE

The European Coworking Assembly is a Dutch foundation (Stichting), registered under number 73105058, whose address is Zandheuvel 52B, 4901HW Oosterhout, the Netherlands.

Privacy Statement

The London Coworking Assembly represents the interests of Coworking spaces and their members based in the Greater London area. We communicate about the events and projects registered on our website via email, our newsletter, and our social media. 

We protect your personal data, using it in accordance with your wishes and the GDPR EU Directive, 25th May 2018.

All personal information collected, whether on paper, electronically or by other means, is handled, stored and shared in accordance with the new Data Protection Act. At the time of writing, we collect only such information as required to respond to you, and to let you and others who are signed up for our newsletter and social media know about the events and happenings around the London Coworking Assembly.

Data provided by you

You agree that all data you send or upload to this website (including, but not limited to, survey responses, comments, suggestions and emails) is legal, not offensive, decent and truthful, complies with all laws and regulations, does not infringe the intellectual property rights or other rights of us or any third party, is not defamatory, unreliable or misleading or otherwise objectionable and is free from bugs, worms or viruses.

You are solely responsible for your data. If we consider that any part of your data exposes us to the risk of a claim or complaint by a third party, we may block access to all or part of this website and remove all or part of your data. You must provide all reasonable assistance in this respect.

By responding to any surveys on this website you grant us a nonexclusive, royalty free, transferable, perpetual licence to use the data in the survey for research or other purposes.

Our full Terms and Conditions can be found here: in a new tab)

If you opt-in to or interact with our Twitter, Facebook, newsletter or lobbying registrations then we will collect the data you opted into giving us for those purposes. Because if you sign up for something with us you will get it. No exceptions.

We will share your email address, first name and last name if necessary to create the newsletter or emails or let you know about the lobbying efforts of the Assembly with our partners who are creating those things.  

As for the website, this is a WordPress website.  Wordpress uses cookies and browser sessions to improve the user experience. we’re not using any tracking/re-targeting cookies.

We use Gravatar and Google fonts and Font awesome.

That’s it, really.