Service level privacy notices
Princes Park Coronavirus response evaluation privacy notice
It is critical that Liverpool City Council and authorised partner agencies assess and evaluate their operational responses to Covid-19.
In this case we are using survey responses predominantly from a specific geographical locality identified as ‘Princes Park ward’ based on a selection of full postcodes.
What is the legal basis for collecting and processing the data?
All organisations must provide a legal basis for processing your information. In most cases this is found under the Data Protection Act 2018, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
For the purpose of this project we are relying on the consent conditions under Article 7 of the GDPR.
Information we are collecting
The information collected in the questionnaires has been assessed as both proportional and pseudo anonymised. This means that whilst we are not asking for your name or address we feel that the cumulative information is classed as personal as defined under Article 4 of the GDPR.
All reports, statistical analysis and public documentation will be fully anonymised.
Who will my information be shared with?
All individuals that access the information will have an authorisation to do so and will be bound by their organisations duty of confidentiality.
How long will you keep this information for?
Once the information from the questionnaires has been uploaded onto a data set it will be securely destroyed. The data set will be stored in an access controlled location for 12 months and then also securely destroyed.
All anonymised and statistical data may be kept longer.
How will my information be stored?
Your information will be stored securely on our computer databases. Access to these databases will be restricted to those who are entitled to view and process your data. If the information is collected in a paper format we will also ensure it is kept secure and destroyed when no longer required.
Will my data be transferred abroad?
What rights do I have when it comes to my data?
You have a number of rights that are set out on the How to access your data page of this section.
Where can I get advice?
View our Help and advice page for more information.