Transactional finance privacy notice
The Revenues and Benefits Service is committed to protecting and respecting your privacy.
For the purpose of the 2018 General Data Protection Regulation, the data controller is New Forest District Council, Appletree Court.
Beaulieu Road, Lyndhurst, SO43 7PA (firstname.lastname@example.org).
What type of information do we collect and why we need your personal information?
We need your personal information to administer the issuing, collecting paying and administration of invoices. This includes your name or business name, address, bank details and some digits of your payment card number.
We will also keep contact telephone numbers and e-mail addresses so that we can contact you.
The type of information we collect will depend on the service you are requesting.
Where we store your personal data
Your data is securely held electronically and will not be stored in a country outside the UK. All paper records containing your personal information will be held securely in our filing systems.
We make sure we do not keep your details for any longer than is necessary and when we no longer have a need to keep your details, we will delete or destroy your details securely. For further information on our policy for retaining personal information, you can request to see our retention guidelines.
Who we share your data with
We may share your information with other teams within the Council such as Benefits, Council Tax, Enforcement, Finance, Planning or Environmental Health in order to provide our services, carry out our public tasks, to keep our records up to date, for law enforcement and to protect public interests.
If you ask a Councillor for help we may pass information to them and other services to enable them to help you.
We may also share information about you to third parties where permitted or required by law to do so. This may include other local authorities and government departments carrying out their public tasks, such as a Magistrates Court, Hampshire County Council, Her Majesties Revenues and Customs, Department for Work and Pensions, Insolvency Service, the Police in carrying out criminal investigations, and data matching via the National Fraud Initiative. We will also share your data with agencies working on our behalf, such as the council's Collection Agents and external auditors.
We will not share your data unless the law allows or requires us to do so.
Your rights concerning your information
You have certain rights under GDPR including:
- The right to be informed
- The right of access to your personal data
- The right to rectification (to have any inaccuracies corrected)
- The right to erasure (to have your records deleted)
- The right to restrict processing
- The right to data portability
- The right to object
- The right to automated decision making and profiling
What are the legal grounds for processing your information?
- Where it is in the public interest to do so;
- In order to comply with a legal obligation;
- Where it is in the legitimate interest of NFDC to do so; for example fraud
- Where we process special categories data such as disability, we will do this on the basis of explicit consent, substantial public interest or under social security law requirements.
For further information, plus information on access, portability, withdrawal of consent, correction etc. please see:
Information Rights Policy (PDF) [237KB]
If you have a concern about the way we collect, store or use your personal information, please contact us in the first instance.
- Call us on 01590 646117
- Email us at email@example.com
Or contact our Data Protection Officer on firstname.lastname@example.org
New Forest District Council
If you are still not satisfied, you have the right to contact the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO). The contact details are:
Information Commissioner: https://ico.org.uk/concerns
Telephone helpline: 0303 1231113