Leyland Town Deal Privacy Policy

Why we use personal information about you

Statutory requirements e.g. reporting to Government.

· Service delivery

· Service improvement and planning

· Regulatory and enforcement functions

· Prevention and detection of crime

· Financial transactions

· Consultations

· Equality monitoring

Why we are allowed to use your personal information

Legal obligation or public task under various UK laws including but not limited to:

· The Environmental Protection Act 1990

· The Anti-Social Behaviour Act 2003

· The Crime & Anti-social Behaviour Act

· Consumer Contracts Regulations

· The Supply of Goods and Services Act 1982

· The Highways Act 1980

· The Refuse Disposal (Amenity) Act 1978

· The Removal and Disposal of Vehicles Regulations 1986

· Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act 2000

· The Town and Country Planning Act 2000

· Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 Consent - consultation Contract - bulky waste collections, trade waste services, medical waste and refuse collections

What sort of information we may hold about you

The personal Data that we hold includes information such as;


· Business information,

· Business address,

· Employee information

· your households names,

contact details,

· special category personal data such as gender, ethnicity, religion or other beliefs, sexual orientation and medical history.

How long we may keep your personal information

Your information will be held electronically or on paper and retained for a period of 6 years. Your information will be held securely and treated confidentially

Who we share your personal data with

Judicial Agencies e.g. Courts

· Police

· Government Departments

· Voluntary Agency Partners

· National Regulators and Agencies

· Other Local Authorities

· Fire & Rescue Services

· Third Party Contractors & Partners

· Elected members & MPS (as your representative)

· Funding bodies

· We may share your information with other Council services to ensure our records are accurate and up to date.

· Leyland Town Deal Partners

· Central Government

When computers make any decisions about you


When your data gets sent to other countries


Your Rights

You have the right to:

· Request a copy of your information ( known as a subject access request)

· Request rectification or erasure of your information

· Request a restriction on the processing of your information, and, object to processing of your information

· Complain to the Information Commissioners office about the way the Council processes your information

If you require further information about the use of your data or would like to exercise any of the above rights please contact: the Data Protection Officer at South Ribble Borough Council

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