You have specific rights in relation to the data that you provide to the Council. To find out more, including how to make a request, please see our Information Rights page.
|Services covered by this privacy notice||Heritage Conservation|
|Purpose of the Processing||The personal data you provide is used to enable us to deliver the heritage conservation service and offer advice on the historic built environment.|
It is also used to enable the council to process applications, including maintaining the Planning Register. This includes making the planning register available to be viewed both in the council offices and online and maintaining an archive of historic planning applications.
Please note: Information and data can come to the Council from Applicants and Agents as well as third parties, such as the Planning Portal, iapply and the Planning Inspectorate. We also receive comments, representations, allegations, complaints and questions via email, letter, telephone and through our website.
This privacy notice applies to data being processed by the council which has been provided both directly to the council and via third parties.
|Legal Basis for Processing Personal Data|
|Categories of Personal Data being Processed|
|Special Categories of Personal Data being Processed (if appropriate)||During the course of an application, the following information may be submitted:|
|Legal Basis for Processing Special Categories of Personal Data||Substantial Public Interest|
|Who the data might be shared with|
|How Long Will the Data be Kept For||We are required to keep all documents relating to planning applications permanently, except the following:|
Representations about applications (from neighbours/Parish/Town/City Councils: 6 months from decision Formal consultation Responses: 15 years