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You can see details of the cookies we use on this website:
- A2Dominion cookies
Name: FontSize, textmode and contrast
Purpose : If you choose to resize the text or change the colour contrast on our website, these cookies are used to remember your preferred settings. They allow you to look around our website without having to reset the text size or contrast on each new page you visit. These are session cookies, which mean they are removed from your computer or device when you close your browser window.
Purpose : If you register to add properties to your ‘basket’ on our website, this session cookie stores the properties or schemes you have added to your shortlist.
Purpose : If you decide to register or login for My Alerts in the Residents’ Area or A2Dominion New Homes section, we will issue this cookie to keep you logged in as you navigate from page to page. It stays on your device to remember you when you return to the site. However, you can log out if you don’t want the website to remember you.
Purpose : This cookie makes it easier for you to login on return visits to our website. Your username will automatically appear in the login box and you just need to enter your password to login.
Name : polls
Purpose : Sometimes we may have polls on our website. If you decide to vote in a poll, then this cookie is used to remember which polls you have voted in and in some cases, to show you poll results.
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Purpose : Sometimes we may draw your attention to important information on our website using a pop-up newsflash. If you select 'do not show again', this cookie simply stores your preference to prevent the pop-up newsflash from reappearing.
Name: _ga & _gat
Purpose: These cookies are provided by Google Analytics to anonymously track if someone is a first time user or a repeat user of the A2Dominion website.
Purpose : This cookie is set when you close down the cookies message on our website. It enables your browser to remember this, so next time you visit our website, the message doesn't re-appear
- Third party cookies
Purpose: SpeakIT, a third party screen reader platform uses this cookie. It is a session cookie and is deleted when you close your browser window or after 40 minutes of inactivity. You can still use this feature, even if you decide not to accept cookies. Read further information on this cookie.
Name: ASP.NET_SessionID, CYBERU_lastculture, c-s
Purpose: Our job portal, Cornerstone sets cookies so you are able to apply for job roles easily on the A2Dominion site. Find out more about Cornerstone’s cookies.
Purpose : This Google cookie stores your chosen language, if you decide to change it from English. This cookie expires when you close down your browser.
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- My Account cookies
Purpose: This cookie is used by sites using the .NET technology platform from Microsoft. It is commonly used to identify a logged-in user to enable access to secure areas of a site.
Purpose: This cookie is for security reasons and prevents CSRF; Cross-Site Request Forgery is a type of attack that occurs when a malicious Web site, email, blog, instant message, or program causes a user's Web browser to perform an unwanted action on a trusted site for which the user is currently authenticated. Even if a user has an __RequestVerificationToken cookie, an attacker can’t find out its value, so they can’t forge a valid form post with the same value in Request.Form. But legitimate users aren’t inconvenienced at all; the mechanism is totally silent.
Purpose: In order for Google Analytics to determine that two distinct hits belong to the same user, a unique identifier, associated with that particular user, must be sent with each hit. The analytics.js library accomplishes this via the client ID field, a unique, randomly generated string that gets stored in the browsers cookies, so subsequent visits to the same site can be associated with the same user. By default, analytics.js uses a single, first-party cookie named _ga to store the client ID, but the cookie's name, domain, and expiration time can all be customized. Using cookies allows analytics.js to identify unique users across browsing sessions, but it cannot identify unique users across different browsers or devices. If your site has its own authentication system, you can use the User ID feature, in addition to the client ID, to more accurately identify a user across all the devices they use to access your site.
Purpose: This cookies is used to allow users to access and update the various CRM entities on the My Profile, Payments & Statements, Request and Repair and Track a Repair pages.
Purpose: If you request a repair using our image-based repairs tool, Housecall (provided by M3 Housing) and tick the 'Remember Me' box on the form, this cookie stores your personal details so that you do not have to enter them again when you return to make a fresh repair request. This is a persistent cookie and stays on your computer or device.
Purpose: If you request a repair using our image-based repairs tool, Housecall (provided by M3 Housing) and tick the 'Remember Me' box on the form, this cookie stores your personal details so that you do not have to enter them again when you return to make a fresh repair request. This is a persistent cookie and stays on your computer or device