What are cookies?

Cookies are small data files saved to your computer (or any other device capable of browsing the internet) as part of your interactions with a website.

These cookies remain stored on your device until such a time that the cookie expires or is manually deleted. This allows for the information stored within the cookie to be sent back as part of any subsequent interactions you have with the issuing website. This exchange of information allows websites to remember basic information about you, such as whether you have visited the site before, whether you are “logged in” or to remember your recent searches.

How we use cookies

We use cookies to help ensure that we provide visitors with the best user-experience possible on our websites. We use cookies to remember your browsing preferences, to allow you to return to your search results and to determine how you interact with our websites so that we can identify any areas for improvement. We also set cookies as part of behavioural advertising to provide people who have previously visited our websites with adverts relevant to their interests on third-party websites. To do this we work with Google and its partners who use cookies to serve adverts based on a user’s past browsing activities on our websites.

Pascoe Homes do not store personally identifiable information, such as your name, telephone number or email address as part of the cookies that we set on our websites.

In order to be as transparent as possible regarding the information we collect, we have provided a detailed list below of the cookies currently set as part of your time spent with us online. We have included information regarding the purpose of each cookie in addition to the amount of time the cookie is stored on your device.

Managing & Deleting cookies

Information on deleting and managing cookies is typically available in the “Help” menu of your web browser or the instruction manual for your device. Further information can also be found at

Users can find out more about behavioural advertising, including remarketing, as well as opt out of interest-based ads at and