MKDP Privacy Notice
This notice explains how Milton Keynes Development Partnership LLP (MKDP) collects and uses information you give to us via our website and the ways in which we protect your privacy.
Should you have any queries about the site or about this notice, please contact us at email@example.com.
General policy – automatic collection of information
Under the Data Protection Act and General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), we have a legal duty to protect any information we collect from you. MKDP respects your privacy.
What information do we collect?
We collect three kinds of information from visitors to our website:
– Individuals or companies contacting us requiring information on various topics
– Individuals or companies registering for our enewsletter to get updates from MKDP
– Site usage information from log files
Why do we collect this data and what do we use your data for?
The information that you provide us with or that is gathered automatically helps us to monitor our service and ensure that our web services are effective and useful. We collect data for correspondence, and marketing purposes.
How long and where do we store your data?
We keep the information on Milton Keynes Council’s servers. It’s kept for as long as it’s needed, and reviewed on a regular basis for accuracy. Information is kept based on either a legal requirement (where a law says we have to keep information for a specific period of time) or accepted business practice. This is set out in MKDP’s retention schedule.
Who do we share information with and why?
We do not pass on any personal information you have given us to any other site or transfer it outside the EU. We may pass it on to strictly controlled third parties so that they may provide you with marketing information about MKDP.
What rights you have?
You have various rights around the data we hold about you. These rights are;
- Right of access (to receive a copy of your personal data)
- Right to rectify (to request inaccurate data is corrected )
- Right to erasure (to request that data is deleted)
- Right to restrict processing (to request we don’t use your data in a certain way)
- Right to data portability (in some cases, you can ask to receive a copy of your data in a commonly-used electronic format so that it can be given to someone else)
- Right to object (generally to make a complaint about any aspect of our use of your data)
- Right to have explained if there will be any automated decision-making, including profiling, based on your data and for the logic behind this to be explained to you.
If we are processing your information based on you giving us consent to do so, you have the right to withdraw your consent at any time. Doing so may mean we are unable to provide the service you are hoping to receive and the implications of you giving or withdrawing your consent will be explained at the time.
Who to contact?
You can contact MKDP’s Data Protection Officer at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information about the data we hold on you and how it is being protected. If you are not satisfied with our response, you should contact the Information Commissioner’s Office at https://ico.org.uk/global/contact-us/
A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer when you visit a website. When you visit the website again, the cookie allows that site to know that you’ve visited it before and in some cases tailors what pops up on screen to take account of that fact. They do not hold any personal information and we cannot use them to find out who you are. They are also used to measure how people use websites. A cookie typically contains the name of the website it is from, the lifespan of the cookie and a value. The value is usually a unique code that will only make sense to the website that has issued it.
Controlling and deleting cookies
You can set your web browser to accept or reject cookies, or tell you when a cookie is being sent. You can also delete cookies from your computer. Please be aware that some websites may not work properly with the cookie option turned off.
Log files allow us to record visitors’ use of the site. We analyse log file information from our visitors, which we use to make changes to the layout of the site and to the information in it, based on the way that visitors move around it. Log files do not contain any personal information and they are not used to identify any individual patterns of use of the site.
We use leading technologies to safeguard your data, and keep strict security standards to prevent any unauthorised access to it. We do not pass on your details to any third party or government department. You can access our website without disclosing personal information or registering.
We welcome your feedback. You can contact us by emailing email@example.com
Changes to this privacy notice
If this privacy notice changes in any way, we will place an updated version on this page. Regularly reviewing this page ensures you are always aware of what information we collect, how we use it and under what circumstances, if any, we will share it with other parties.