Legitimate Interests Assessment

Policy last updated: 04/05/2022

In order to comply with GDPR, New Leaf Health has carried out a Legitimate Interests Assessment.

Purpose of processing

New Leaf Health has a legitimate interest to process the personal data of decision-makers, budget holders, and other employees that perform a job role relating to the health and wellbeing of the people in their company, in UK organisations of all sizes.


Processing this data is necessary in order to promote the products and services supplied by New Leaf Health to relevant buyers. Recital 47 of the GDPR identifies direct marketing as a legitimate use of personal information.

Reasonable expectation

The data subjects have been identified as decision-makers relevant to employee health and wellbeing in UK organisations that could realistically utilise the services and products supplied by New Leaf Health. Therefore, subjects can reasonably expect to be contacted with marketing relating to said services and products.

Relevant and limited

Data acquired is limited to the names, job titles, company addresses, company landline telephone numbers and corporate email addresses of the subjects, along with relevant generic company information, including industry, turnover and number of employees.

Opting out

A data subject can request to opt-out at any time by contacting enquries@newleafhealth.co.uk, calling 01384 877855, or by clicking a relevant unsubscribe/opt-out link in email marketing. If a subject chooses to opt-out of future communications, all information will be deleted except for the corporate email address, acting as an identifier, to ensure that the subject will not be contacted again.

New Leaf Health’s services

Processing this data allows New Leaf Health to promote and sell its services to UK businesses that would be otherwise unaware of New Leaf Health. These services contribute to the overall health and wellbeing of the UK working population. Without these services, and the services of similar providers, the UK working-age population would be less aware of risks to their health and wellbeing, which would ultimately impact the success of UK businesses, the general health of the UK working-age population, and the economy as a whole.

For more information on how we process data, please view our Privacy Policy.

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