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Alternative and sustainable travel case studies Privacy Notices

The purpose of processing

We are collecting and publishing case studies from residents and local businesses that are using sustainable or alternative transport in and around BANES. We hope that these stories will encourage others to make similar changes to the way that they get around. This is an initiative run by the council’s environmental services and sustainability departments.

Data Subjects

Residents and local businesses consciously using sustainable and alternative transport to get around BANES and who are willing to share their story with others.

Personal Data

Your name
Your address
Your email
Your telephone number
Your photograph if provided
Any information that you voluntary share in your story to be published in print or online and to which you’ve given consent

How is it used?

We’ll store your personal data only for the purposes of contacting you about your case study and to obtain consent to publish it or make revisions.
Only with your written consent, will the information you personally provide in your case study be published on the council’s website, on social media and in printed leaflets.

Profiling and Automated Decision Making

Not applicable

GDPR condition relied upon for processing personal data:

Article 6.1 a - Consent

GDPR condition relied upon for processing special category data

Not applicable

Sharing of personal data with External Recipients

We will not share your personal data with any third party. The information you consent to share in your case study will be published online and in print for the public to read.

How long is the personal data retained by the Council?

Personal data will only be retained for as long as it is needed for the purpose specified above and no longer than three years to April 2022.

Questions or concerns?

Please email 

Appeals to the Information Commissioner’s Office

If you are unhappy about the way we have treated your personal data, or feel we have not properly respected your data subject rights, you have the right to contact the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) and tell them about this.

You can also contact the ICO by phone on 0303 1231113.