Our clients include a variety of high networth individuals, many of whom hold positions of significance in society, and it is vital that we exercise the utmost discretion when it comes to their privacy.

Client confidentiality is critical to ensuring the successful management of a property and we ensure that any personal information held is done so in the strictest of confidence and is not passed on to any third parties unless we are directly requested to do so by the client.

Our employees, sub-contractors and any other third-parties working on our behalf have all signed non-disclosure agreements to ensure the privacy of our highly valued clients is upheld.

Personal information is securely held by Fitch | Taylor | Johnson in compliance with GDPR legislation. We do not hold physical records of any kind containing our clients’ details and all electronic data is safely stored using 64-bit encryption.

Sub-contractors and third-party expertise we carefully review and monitor all subcontractors and third parties working on our behalf to ensure they meet our strict requirements in terms of service provision and privacy.

We carry out the same level of due diligence for all of our working partners to ensure they are fully qualified, properly insured, exercise safe working practices at all times and provide value for money to our clients.

Before a sub-contractor / third party is used by Fitch | Taylor | Johnson, they are fully vetted and undergo a stringent application process. This includes a formal review of their services, staff structure, health & safety policy and insurance policies, together with a detailed analysis of historical finances and relevant accreditations.


1. We recognise that discrimination is unacceptable and although equality of opportunity has been a long standing feature of our employment practices and procedure, we have made the decision to adopt a formal equal opportunities policy. Breaches of the policy will lead to disciplinary proceedings and, if appropriate, disciplinary action.

2. The aim of the policy is to ensure no job applicant, employee or worker is discriminated against either directly or indirectly on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy or maternity, race, religion or belief, sex or sexual orientation.

3. We will ensure that the policy is circulated to any agencies responsible for our recruitment and a copy of the policy will be made available for all employees and made known to all applicants for employment.

4. The policy will be communicated to all private contractors reminding them of their responsibilities towards the equality of opportunity.

5. The policy will be implemented in accordance with the appropriate statutory requirements and full account will be taken of all available guidance and in particular any relevant Codes of Practice.

6. We will maintain a neutral working environment in which no employee or worker feels under threat or intimidated.

1. The recruitment and selection process is crucially important to any equal opportunities policy. We will endeavour through appropriate training to ensure that employees making selection and recruitment decisions will not discriminate, whether consciously or unconsciously, in making these decisions.

2. Promotion and advancement will be made on merit and all decisions relating to this will be made within the overall framework and principles of this policy.

3. Job descriptions, where used, will be revised to ensure that they are in line with our equal opportunities policy. Job requirements will be reflected accurately in any personnel specifications.

4. We will adopt a consistent, non-discriminatory approach to the advertising of vacancies.

5. We will not confine our recruitment to areas or media sources which provide only, or mainly, applicants of a particular group.

6. All applicants who apply for jobs with us will receive fair treatment and will be considered solely on their ability to do the job.

7. All employees involved in the recruitment process will periodically review their selection criteria to ensure that they are related to the job requirements and do not unlawfully discriminate.

8. Short listing and interviewing will be carried out by more than one person where possible.

9. Interview questions will be related to the requirements of the job and will not be of a discriminatory nature.

10. We will not disqualify any applicant because he/she is unable to complete an application form unassisted unless personal completion of the form is a valid test of the standard of English required for the safe and effective performance of the job.

11. Selection decisions will not be influenced by any perceived prejudices of other staff.


1. Senior staff will receive training in the application of this policy to ensure that they are aware of its contents and provisions.

2. All promotion will be in line with this policy.

1. We will maintain and review the employment records of all employees in order to monitor the progress of this policy.

2. Monitoring may involve:-
a. the collection and classification of information regarding the race in terms of ethnic/national origin and gender of all applicants and current employees;
b. the examination by ethnic/national origin and gender of the distribution of employees and the success rate of the applicants; and
c. recording recruitment, training and promotional records of all employees, the decisions reached and the reason for those decisions.

3. The results of any monitoring procedure will be reviewed at regular intervals to assess the effectiveness of the implementation of this policy. Consideration will be given, if necessary, to adjusting this policy to afford greater equality of opportunities to all applicants and staff.