Malton Norton Improvement Scheme Consultation privacy notice

This Privacy Notice is designed to help you understand how and why the North Yorkshire County Council Highways and WSP, process your personal data. This notice should be read in conjunction with the Council’s Corporate Privacy Notice.

Who are we?

North Yorkshire County Council is a ‘Data Controller’ as defined by Article 4(7) of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). The Malton Norton Scheme Consultation is a public consultation exercise being carried out with Malton and Norton residents on the Infrastructure and Connectivity Improvements Scheme and in particular the Internal Junction and Traffic Signal Study. The Study looked at different options to improve traffic, queuing and congestion, and modelled the impact on the transport network. NYCC has used the outputs to develop a current proposed suite of interventions in Malton and Norton centre to ensure better management of traffic, queueing and congestion, with the overall aim of reducing delays. The interventions consist of technology changes, in addition to modifications to traffic signal control and infrastructure changes. A public consultation exercise is being carried out before the planned scheme can be progressed further. As part of this consultation exercise, an online survey has been created to capture the views of residents, and input into scheme development.

The Council has appointed Veritau Ltd to be its Data Protection Officer. Their contact details are:

Data Protection Officer
Veritau Ltd
County Hall
Racecourse Lane
Northallerton
DL7 8AL

Information.governance@veritau.co.uk

01904 55 2848

What personal information do we collect?

The survey will collect the following personal information:

  • age
  • postcode
  • gender
  • email address (if the respondent chooses to provide)

and the following special category data:

  • information on long-term physical impairment/illnesses which may have an impact on day to day activities.

Why do we collect your personal information?

Data on long-term physical impairment/illnesses, gender, age and postcode will be used for survey and project monitoring purposes, and to ensure we are gathering the views of different groups. This also ensures that NYCC is meeting Government criteria to identify if there is any significant difference in attitudes based on mobility issues or other impairments.

Respondent email addresses will be used to contact the respondent in future regarding consultation activity for this scheme – it is not mandatory for the respondent to provide their email address, and it will only be used to provide updates on this consultation activity. Email addresses will not be used for any other purpose.

Who do we share this information with?

Data will be shared with WSP for survey hosting, processing and analysis. Data will then be destroyed before being submitted to NYCC Highways for further analysis and to feed into consultation activity.

How long do we keep your information for?

Data held Retention period
Long-term physical impairment/illnesses, gender, age, postcode Data will be destroyed 3 months after the final day of consultation activity, Friday 30 April 2021
Email address Up to 12 months (to update respondents on the next stage of consultation activity)

What is our lawful basis for processing your information?

The lawful basis for processing personal information is NYCC’s responsibility as a public authority to undertake consultations – Article 6(1)(e). The lawful basis for processing special category data is for reasons of substantial public interest (with a basis in law) and to ensure NYCC are meeting these requirements -Article 9 (2) (g). The associated schedule one condition is 6 – statutory and government purposes.

For More information about how the County Council uses your data, including your privacy rights and the complaints process, please see our Corporate Privacy Notice.