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Derby City Council is the local government unitary authority for Derby City. Our address is The Council House, Corporation Street, Derby, DE1 2FS. You can contact our Data Protection Officer on 01332 640763 or by email at email@example.com.
You may be someone or represent an organisation that has applied to us for a Definitive Map Modification Order or Public Path Order; commented or objected to an order; provided path user evidence to us; contacted us to arrange a rights of way related legal agreement; applied to us to make a statutory rights of way landowner statement and/or declaration; or who has made representations to the Rights of Way Improvement Plan.
We will need to keep your contact details so that we can contact you about either your application or your objection/comments or your evidence relating to an application, or let you know when future stages of the Improvement Plan or other documents are available to comment on.
We collect information from you when you fill in any of our electronic or paper application or public evidence forms relating to applications for public path orders or modification orders, or make electronic or paper representations to our Rights of Way Improvement Plan. We also collect information when you speak to us on the phone, by email, text message or any other type of electronic communication, or talk to us face to face.
We collect different categories of information about you, depending on the service you want from us and/or the reason why we need to process information relating to you. This could be personal information, for example, your name, business address, telephone number, email address and travel details. We may, at times, collect more sensitive data made up of your protected characteristics. We may need to know your age and when assessing any path user evidence that you may submit to us. We may need to know your age, sex, ethnicity and any type of disability that you may have, when carrying out surveys as part of our preparation on our Rights of Way Improvement Plan.
We may use your information to: to arrange a legal agreement; to prepare a landowner statement or declaration and carry out any other rights of way related activity. We may need to use details of your age and past and present travel habits to help evaluate the merits of an application for an order. We may also need to use your age, sex, ethnicity and any type of disability that you may have, to assess your needs and produce a Rights of Way Improvement Plan that will help meet those needs. We always destroy forms with your details in a responsible manner after we have collated the data.
Coronavirus has been added as a notifiable disease under the Health Protection (Notification) Regulations 2010. Under the Public Health (Control of Disease) Act 1984 and associated Regulations; and the Coronavirus Act 2020 and associated Regulations the Council has a legal duty to store, process and share personal information. The information will be stored, processed and shared as part of the national, and local Coronavirus Test and Trace operations where necessary for investigations, as well as the testing and tracing of individuals, groups or businesses; and to assist in the investigation into cases of Coronavirus; Coronavirus outbreaks and issues of non-compliance with the Acts and associated Regulations. The information will also be used; interrogated and mapped to inform the Councils actions and decision making processes. Any such storage, processing or sharing of information will be done in the public interest in order to promote health and wellbeing.
During the investigation of cases and/or outbreaks of Coronavirus, information which is gathered may be shared between departments within Derby City Council; with other Councils associated with an outbreak; other health services or with other government bodies associated with the control of the Coronavirus. The Council has a duty to notify national Government bodies, such as Public Health England, and the relevant local authority where an individual resides (if different), where there are suspected Coronavirus cases. The Council will disclose the information under Article 9(2)(j) of GDPR (processing is necessary for reasons of public interest in the area of public health, such as protecting against serious cross-border threats to health), and confidential information may be lawfully disclosed in the public interest, without consent, where the benefits to an individual or to society outweigh both the individual’s and the public interest in maintaining the confidentiality of such data.
The Council may contact staff, service users, residents, patients, businesses and premises with messages relating to Coronavirus by text, phone, letter or e-mail. This contact is not direct marketing; therefore we do not need your Consent before contacting you. There is more information available on the national Information Commissioners Office approach to the current epidemic here: https://ico.org.uk/
Anonymised and pseudonymised data may be used for research and statistical purposes. Any data collected may be used for research and statistical purposes that are relevant and compatible with the purpose that the data was collected for.
We are required by law to make details of applications for orders available to the public in paper format and on our web site. We are also required to make summaries or full copies of any objections or comments that you make on an order available to applicants for them to respond to. However, we redact personal information from these.
We may also share your information with:
We will not sell or rent your information to third parties. We will not share your information with third parties for marketing purposes.
We keep and dispose of all records in line with our record retention schedule. We will comply with Data Protection legislation.
We are strongly committed to data security and will take reasonable and appropriate steps to protect your personal information from unauthorised access, loss, misuse, alteration or corruption. We have put in place physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to safeguard the information you provide to us. However, we cannot guarantee the security of any information you transmit to us. We recommend that you take every precaution to protect your personal information.
We want to ensure any information we hold is accurate. You can help us by promptly informing us of any changes to the information we hold about you.
If you are accessing online services and are under the age of 13‚ please get your parent/guardian's permission beforehand whenever you provide us with personal information.
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If you would like to make a complaint regarding the use of your personal data you can contact our Data Protection Officer;
For independent advice about data protection, privacy and data sharing issues, you can contact the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO):