Privacy notice for reporting a problem with a bollard
Our general privacy information is available at www.southglos.gov.uk/privacy.
This privacy notice relates to the personal information we have collected directly from you via the online form you have submitted for reporting a problem with a bollard.
You should be aware that the information we have been provided with in relation to the above service contains only enough information to identify you. It does not include sensitive data about you.
We will use your information according to the UK Data Protection laws by establishing the condition of your consent.
Your information is not transferred and stored in countries outside the UK or the European Economic Area (EEA) for the provision of this service.
How we will use your information
We will use your information to deal with the problem you have reported, whilst complying with the established lawful conditions.
For example, we may contact you to ask for more information about the problem you have reported to help us resolve it.
Who we can share your information with
We will share your information with the relevant team in South Gloucestershire Council so that we can deal with the problem you have reported.
We may also share your information with others outside of the council. For example, regulators and other public organisations for the detection and prevention of crime.
How long we will keep your information
We will keep your information until the problem you reported is resolved.
We may keep anonymised information about our services to help us improve them in the future.
You have a number of rights relating to your information. For example:
- to see what we hold about you
- to ask us to share it with another party
- to ask us to update incorrect or incomplete details
- to object to or restrict processing of it
- to make a complaint about how we are handling it
If you have any worries or questions about how your personal information is handled, contact our Data Protection Officer:
Data Protection Officer
PO Box 1953
The Council Offices