Cookies policy



TAYLOR WIMPEY DE ESPAÑA S.A. UNIPERSONAL (hereinafter, the “OWNER”) informs you, via this Cookies Policy, about the use of data storage and retrieval devices on Users’ terminal equipment.


  1. What are cookies?


Cookies are files or archives that are downloaded onto the User’s computer/smartphone/tablet when accessing certain web pages or applications and the User allows browsing preferences to be stored, making the interaction between the User and the Website faster and easier.


All the information collected by cookies is anonymous and does not contain any sensitive information as they do not collect data that can personally identify the User. In any event, the User can change the configuration of his/her browser to modify and/or block the installation of Cookies sent from the Website, without this preventing access to the contents.



  1. What does the OWNER use cookies for?


In accordance with Article 22 of the Law on Information Society Services and Electronic Commerce, as well as Recital (30) of the General Data Protection Regulation, this Website uses cookies or other data storage and retrieval devices to monitor Users’ interactions with the services offered on the Website.


Cookies enable recognition of a User’s browser, as well as the type of device from which the Website is accessed, and are used to facilitate the User’s next visit and to make the Website more useful.


THE OWNER uses cookies for the following purposes:


  1. To optimise the browsing experience for the User by monitoring the session.


  1. Gathering information to optimise browsing and improve the Website.


  1. Types of cookies used on the Website


The Website uses the following types of cookies:


  • Compulsory: Cookies strictly necessary in order to provide a service or content requested by the user. These are concerned with technical aspects such as identifying logs and managing tool preferences in the use, interaction and localisation of access to content.



Cookie Domain Description Duration
PHPSESSID This cookie derives from PHP applications. The cookie is used to store and identify the single session identification of a user with the aim of managing the user’s session on the website. The cookie is a session cookie and is eliminated when all windows are closed in the browser. session


  • Funtional: Functional cookies provide the user with information to enrich the browsing experience, for example, by showing the weather forecast based upon location.
Cookie Domain Description Duration
lang This cookie is used to store the language preferences of the user in order to offer content in that stored language for the next occasion that the user visits the website. session
bcookie            LinkedIn establishes this cookie for the share buttons on LinkedIn and the advertisement tags in order to recognise the browser identification. 2 years
lidc LinkedIn uses the lidc cookie to facilitate the selection of the data centre. 1 day
lang This cookie is used to store the language preferences of the user in order to offer content in that stored language for the next occasion that the user visits the website.








  • Statistical/analytical: These cookies collect information related to the use of the page such as the length of time of the visit and the content visited by users to measure performance and improve the browsing experience.


The main purposes of this type of cookies are:


  • To allow the anonymous identification of browsing users and as a result to calculate the approximate number of visitors.
  • Anonymously identify the most-visited content.
  • To know if the visiting User is new or a repeat visitor.


To follow, details of the analytical cookies used on the Website:


Cookie Domain Description Duration
_gcl_au Provided by Google Tag Manager to test the efficacy of the publicity on the websites that use its services. 3 months
_gid Installed by Google Analytics, the  _gid cookie collects information about how visitors use a website, at the same time as creating an analytical report on the website’s performance. Some data compiled includes the number of visitors, the source and the pages they visit, in an anonymous manner. 1 day
lidc_ga_3ZSNVP5M8M This cookie is installed by Google Analytics. 2 years
_ga The  _ga cookie, installed by Google Analytics, calculates the data for visitors, sessions and campaigns and also tracks the use of the site for the site analysis report. The cookie stores anonymous information and assigns a randomly generated number to identify individual users. 2 years
_gat_UA-2953893-4 A version of the _gat cookie used by Google Analytics and Google Tag Manager to allow site owners to track visitor behaviour and measure site performance. The pattern element in the name contains the unique identity number of the account or website with which it is related. 1 minute



  • Publicity personalisation: These cookies obtain information about the user’s browsing habits to generate publicity offering content relevant to them based upon their preferences.


To follow, details of the publicity cookies used on the Website:


Cookie Domain Description Duration
test_cookie Test_cookie sent by and used to determine if the user’s browser allows cookies. 15 minutes
IDE Cookies from Google DoubleClick IDE are used to collect information about how the visitor uses the website to then provide relevant adverts that match the user’s profile. 1 year 24 days
_fbp Facebook sets this cookie to show adverts when the user is on Facebook or on a digital platform launched by publicity from Facebook, after having visited the website. 3 months



  1. How to disable cookies?


Cookies that are not essential for browsing the Website can be disabled in the section “Manage cookies here”.


These tools can be found at the foot of the page on the Website, and all browsers allow changes to be made to disable cookies.

This is why the majority of browsers provide the possibility to manage cookies, to obtain a more precise control over privacy.


These tools are located in “options” or “preferences” in your browser menu.


Below, you will find the links for each browser along with the instructions to follow in order to disable cookies:


  • In the tools menu, select “Internet options”.
  • Click on the privacy window.
  • You can manage the level of privacy by using the cursor with six positions that allows you to control the number of cookies that will be installed: Block all cookies, High, Medium to High, Medium (default level), Low and Accept all cookies.



  • At the top of the Firefox window, click on the Tools menu.
  • Select Options.
  • Select the Privacy panel.
  • In the Firefox option you can choose Use a personalised configuration of your browsing history, along with other settings related to your privacy.



  • Click on the menu located in the Tool Bar.
  • Select Configuration.
  • Click on Show advanced options.
  • In the “Privacy” section, click the Content configuration button.
  • In Cookie selection, you can configure the options.



  • In the tools menu, select “Preferences”.
  • Open the privacy tab.
  • Select your chosen preferences in the “block cookies” section.
  • Remember that certain features and full functionality of the Website may not be available after disabling cookies.

If you do not want tracking cookies used, Google has developed an add-on to install on your browser that you can access via the following link:


  1. Cookies on mobile devices


The Website owner also uses cookies or other means of data collection on mobile devices.


Cookies that are not required in order to browse the Website can be disabled in the section called “Manage Cookies”.


These tools are found at the bottom of the page on the Website. Also, as with desktop browsers, mobile device browsers allow changes to be made to the privacy settings or options to disable or remove cookies.


If you wish to change your privacy settings, follow the specific instructions from the creator of your mobile device’s browser.


You will find some examples below of the links that can help you to change your privacy settings on your mobile device:


  1. Accepting cookies


This website does not install cookies on User’s devices until they have specifically accepted installation of the same.


We inform you that in the event that you do not accept the cookies or disable any of them in your settings, it is possible that certain services may not then be available or that you are unable to access certain services or make full use of everything that the Website has to offer.


COOKIES’ policy

We use cookies to facilitate your use of our website. Cookies are small files of information that allow us compare and understand how our users navigate through our website, and thus be able to consistently improve the navigation process. The cookies we use do not store any personal data or any information that can identify you. Should you not wish to receive cookies, please configure your Internet browser to erase them from the hard drive of your computer, to block them or warn you in case of automatic installation. To continue without changing the configuration of the cookies, simply continue on the website.

You can obtain more information about cookies and their use at

The type of cookies we use:

Strictly necessary cookies:

These cookies are necessary for the proper use of the website, allowing access to sections that have security filters. Without these cookies, many of the available features would not be operative.


Navigation Cookies

These cookies gather information about the use the visitors make of the web, i.e. pages viewed, loading errors, etc. … It is a generic and anonymous information that does not include personal data, nor does it collect any information that might identify the visitors. Its ultimate aim is to improve the functioning of the website.

By visiting our site, you accept installation of these cookies on your device.

Functional Cookies:

These cookies allow recall information (such as your username, language or region in which you are located) and personal characteristics. For example, the ability to offer personalized content and information based on criteria you provided voluntarily. These cookies can also be used to remember the changes made to the text size, fonts and other customizable parts of the website. They are also used to provide some requested services such as watching a video or commenting on a blog. The information these cookies collect can be anonymous and your activity cannot be followed on other websites.

By visiting our site, you accept installation of these cookies on your device.


How to manage cookies on the computers

If you want to allow the use of cookies of our site, please follow the instructions below.

Google Chrome

1. Upon opening the browser, click on “Tools” at the top of the screen and select the “Options” Tab.

2. Once in “Options”, click on “Privacy.”

3. Click on “Enable cookie management.”

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, 7.0, 8.0, 9.0

1. Upon opening the browser, click on “Tools” at the top of the screen and select the “Options” Tab.

2. Check the “Privacy” tab making sure it is set to a medium or lower safety level.

3. If the internet settings are not set at a medium safety level, cookies will be blocked.


Mozilla Firefox

1. Upon opening the browser, click on “Tools” at the top of the screen and select the “Options” Tab.

2. Select the “Privacy” icon

3. Click on Cookies and select “Allow the installation of cookies”.



1. Upon opening the browser, click on “Tools” at the top of the screen and select the “Options” Tab.

2. Click on the tab “Security” and check if “Block access of third party cookies” is checked or not.

3. Click on “Save”.


Installation of cookies on Mac

If you have a Mac and you want to allow the access of our cookies on your computer, please follow the instructions below:

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.0 in OSX
1. Open “Explorer” and select “Preferences” on the navigation bar.

2. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” just below the files received.

3. Click on “Do not ask again”.

Safari in OSX

1. Open Safari and select “Preferences” on the navigation bar.

2. Click on the “Safety” tab and click on the option “accept cookies”

3. Select the option: “Only from the current site I am browsing”

Mozilla y Netscape en OSX

1. Open “Mozilla” or “Netscape” and at the top of the browser, click on “Preferences”.

2. Scroll down until you see “Cookies” just below “Privacy and Safety”

3. Click on the option “Allow the access of cookies only from the current site”.



1. Open “Opera” and select “Menu” y “Adjustments” on the navigation bar.

2. Select “Preferences” and click on the “Advance” tab.

3. Click on “Accept cookies”