Terms and Conditions

This Website Design Agreement (“Agreement”) is being made between ‘the client’ and ‘Web Designer’ to design and develop a website and provide other service (where applicable).


Half payment is required before the Web Designer starts work on the website.

The outstanding balance is required within 7 days of completion of the website or the website may be deleted.

BACS payment is the only payment method accepted, unless agreed otherwise with the Web Designer.

The Web Designer is V.A.T exempt and therefore the prices you see on the website are the prices you pay.


During the term of this agreement and afterward, the Web Designer will use reasonable care to prevent the unauthorised
use or dissemination of Client’s confidential information. Confidential information is limited to information clearly marked as confidential. Confidential information does not include information that: the Web Designer knew before Client
disclosed it; is or becomes public knowledge through no fault of Web Designer; Web Designer obtains from sources other than Client who owe no duty of confidentiality to Client, or Developer develops independently.

Termination of Agreement

This Agreement will automatically terminate when both Parties have performed all their obligation under the Agreement and all payments have been made.

Limitation of Liability

Neither party will be liable for breach-of-contract damages that are remote or speculative, or that the breaching party could not reasonably have foreseen on entry into this agreement.

Intellectual Property

The Client will own the website and any visuals provided by the Web Designer. The Web Designer will turn over all necessary file.

The Client guarantees that they have legal rights to all elements of text, photographs, and anything else that they provide the Web Designer with, and will not hold the Web Designer responsible for any third-party claims.

The Web Designer will guarantee that they have legal rights to all elements related to the services they are providing and will not hold the client responsible for any third-party claims

Dispute Resolution

If either party accuses the other of being in breach of contract, the accused party will have 30 days to address the breach