We will only ask for personal information that is appropriate and proportionate to enable us to deliver our services effectively. This is in accordance with legal obligations under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 and, where appropriate, the Antisocial Behaviour Crime and Policing Act 2014 to uphold the support, protection and fulfilment of our noise, nuisance functions.
In most cases, we will obtain your personal data directly from you, either on registration forms or when we communicate with you. We may receive personal data from a third-party agency with whom we have information-sharing agreements and protocols.
We will also advise you of our duty to disclose or if we envisage disclosing personal data to another party.
You reserve the right to refuse to provide your details if you deem the request to be inappropriate. Please remember that if we cannot use your data this may impact our ability to provide you with or make arrangements for services to assist your needs.
The lawful basis we rely on to collect and use your personal data under the GDPR is ‘Public Task’