G0 Grafham, is comprised of representatives from Grahfam, Great Staughton and Perry Parish Councils, working together to bring forward a community heating project. To deliver this project the collection and processing of personal details may be required as follows;
- Name and contact details, to enable us to communicate with you about the project
- Characteristics, such as physical ability, language, age, to consider accommodation where necessary. This may be used to understand what safeguarding or translation measures may be required to support communication.
- Personal spending on energy bills specifically, to understand how much heating the villages require.
- Attendance at meetings, to monitor our outreach and effectiveness of communications
This information may be shared with third parties appointed to the project. The sharing of data will be limited to consultants contracted for project development and delivery. The minimum and anonymised will be shared when possible.
Any personal details collected through the project will be retained securely by G0 Grafham until six months after project completion.
You have the right to request access to the personal data held by G0 Grafham. You also have the right to amend information held, request deletion or removal, to restrict processing, and object to processing such as direct marketing or statistical or research use.
All personal data collected by G0Grafham is done so with your consented permission only. If you wish to withdraw your consent, or pursue any of your rights as listed above, please contact email@example.com.
Who we are
Our website address is: http://www.g0grafham.co.uk.
What personal data we collect and why we collect it
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Where we send your data
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