Terms & Conditions

Intellectual Property

All Intellectual Property such as Copyright in the publications, materials and other content (‘Content’) on this website are solely owned by Procorre.

You may download and temporarily store one or more of the pages of this website for the purposes of viewing them. You may also print any of the Content on this website so long as each copy is a complete copy, no amendment is made to it, it acknowledges Procorre as its source, and it is only for personal use or use within your organisation. If you provide copies to others, you must ensure that any recipient is made aware of these Terms of Use.

Any other storage, copying, transmission or distribution of the Content on this website is prohibited without the prior written consent of Procorre.

Use of Linking

Prior written consent from Procorre is required for providing links to our website.

This website may contain links to other websites. We do not accept responsibility for the accuracy of information, any content on or any software downloaded from any website links contained on this website.


Publications and other Content available on this website are provided as general information only and do not constitute professional advice. If you require professional advice on a specific matter referred to on this website please contact Procorre.

To the extent permitted by law, Procorre excludes all liability to you or any third parties for any loss or damage relating to the use of, inability to use, or reliance on this website or the Content or links contained on this website.


These terms of use may be amended by us from time to time. Please check them periodically to inform yourself of any changes.

Third Party Rights

The rights and protections afforded to Procorre under these terms of use and elsewhere on the Legal Notices pages shall be deemed to be afforded to, and enforceable also by, each Procorre entity and each Procorre individual. Otherwise, a person who is not a user of this website and so a party to the Legal Notices may not enforce any of the terms under the Contracts (Rights of Third Parties) Act 1999.

Governing Law

The Terms of Use and all issues regarding this website are governed by English law and all disputes shall be determined exclusively by the English Courts.