Online VR Ltd Currently use online survey tools on our website to collect information that Data Subjects, (you humans), consent to share with us. We also use publicly available published contact information from legitimate interest companies’ websites and information we request from companies via telephone.

The data we collect is limited to employee name, employee email address, employee phone number, employee company name and employee company position.

The legal bases Online VR uses to process the data collected is based on: (1) Consent: the clear consent given at time of collection for Online VR Ltd to process the data subject’s personal data for a specific purpose, namely that Online VR Ltd may contact them by telephone or email to discuss their virtual tour requirements. (2) Legitimate interests: the processing is necessary for Online VR Ltd’s legitimate interests or the legitimate interests of a third party unless there is a good reason to protect the individual’s personal data which overrides those legitimate interests.

We may share the data we collect with third parties who may use it to contact you on behalf of Online VR Ltd, however we will never share your information with third parties who may use your data for their own purposes or who may share it with others.

All information stored will be used by Online VR Ltd or parties acting on their behalf, to contact you in relation to Online VR virtual tours.

Data may be stored indefinitely or such time as deemed no longer useful by Online VR Ltd after which it will be deleted.

Data Subjects have the right to see all stored data that relates to themselves or the company they represent upon request, and to have that data removed from Online VR’s databases upon request by either telephone (07914 377528), by email ( or by letter to Online VR Ltd, Redbrick House, 6 York Court, Wilder Street, BS2 8QH.

Data Subjects may direct all data protection and privacy complaints regarding Online VR’s use of their data, to Online VR’s Data Officer James Peacock.