What are cookies?

A cookie is a small file that is sent to your computer when you visit our website. This way you do not have to keep inputting the same information.

Each time you visit our website we automatically recognise your (temporary) IP address and the website that you have come from, if applicable. This data (cookie) is used in the interest of fraud prevention and security. A cookie is a small file that is sent to your computer when you visit our website. By means of the cookies we also ensure that when you revisit our website you do not continue to receive the same information, and you do not have to input the same information each time. An example of this is being automatically logged in, if applicable. In time this data automatically expires or can be manually deleted.

We use this data to analyse the navigation flow of our visitors, so that we can offer a better user experience. This may mean that the most frequently visited pages are logged, or the number of contact forms filled in or similar data.

We make use of session cookies, which are automatically deleted when your browser closes down. Besides this we use a unique ID cookie, which enables us to recognise whether you are a one-off or repeat visitor.

You can adjust the settings in most browsers so that cookies are disabled or so that you are informed whenever you receive cookies. Under ‘Help’ in the toolbar of most browsers you will find instructions for adjusting the browser settings (relating to the use of cookies). You can also register via to prevent the placing of any cookies by Google and its associated third parties.

If cookies are disabled it is possible that certain services or elements of the website will not function optimally. It is also not possible for us to identify any potential problems on the website (relating to user experience) and to respond to them actively.

The domain name of the site server which places the cookies is

General information on visits is held on the website, such as the pages most frequently requested and the number of visits. This enables Delftse Poort to improve the services it provides. If you have any further questions about our Privacy Policy please contact us.