Other licences privacy statement
This privacy statement relates to licences Including:
- Street trading consent (STA)
- Permission to obstruct the highway (OBJ)
- Charitable collections (SCA)
- Consent to distribute free printed matter (FPM)
- Sex Establishment licences (SEX)
- Scrap Metal Dealers (SMD)
Why we collect information about you?
We collect information to assess your suitability to be issued with a consent or a licence for any one of the activities specified above.
We may also use your contact details in the event that we need to contact you in relation to your licence or consent.
This is a task given to the council by primary legislation:
- Schedule 4 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982 (STA)
- Schedule 3 of the Local Government (Miscellaneous Provisions) Act 1982 (SEx)
- Highways Act 1980 (OBJ)
- Schedule 3A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 (FPM)
- Charities Act 2006 & House to House Collections Act 1939 (SCA)
- Scrap Metal Dealers Act 2013 (SMD)
What information do we collect about you?
We collect information about:
- you (name, previous names, address, contact details, company/corporate information including details of directors and registration details, NI number, date and place of birth)
- financial details relating to your application including information about funds raised and company and/or charity accounts (SCA only)
- any licensing history that may be relevant to you (such as details of licences previously held with other licensing authorities, the outcome of those applications, any formal or informal enforcement action taken and/or the outcome of any such action)
- your eligibility to remain and/or work in the UK (where applicable)
- financial information including bank account information (SMD only)
- any recorded criminal history that relates to you (including details of current and/or previous criminal convictions, formal cautions, endorsements and previous and/or current criminal investigations)
Who do we share this information with?
- Gloucestershire Constabulary From time to time we get requests from the police to for information that will assist them in investigating and preventing crime. We can share your information with the police if the law allows us too.
- Councillors who sit in the council’s Licensing Committee –Where we refer your application or licence (in the case of a review) to the council’s Licensing Committee for determination.
- Publically available – when your application goes to Licencing committee the details of your application are made publically available so that the decisions the council makes are open and transparent.Some personal information such as criminal conviction is not made publically available but the licencing committee councillors will have that information to enable them to make a decision on your licence application.
- The council has a public access system linked to its service records. General information about your licence or consent may be displayed on the public access system.
- Internal council departments who requires access to your information for the purpose of administration, regulation and law enforcement.From time to time we may share your information with other council departments if the law allows us to do so.
- Cabinet Office (as part of the National Fraud Initiative)The council has a legal duty to submit information to the government as part of the National Fraud Initiative (NFI).You can read about the type of information we have to disclose to the NFI on their website. (STA only)
- Consultees – We are obligated to consult with key stake holders and responsible authorities when determining your application. Please refer to our website for a list of key stake holders and responsible authorities who we share information with.Information we share may include your name, contact details and details of your application if the law allows us to do so. (STA & OBJ)
- HMRC – We are under a statutory duty to submit relevant information to the HMRC pursuant to Paragraph 1, Schedule 23 to the Finance Act 2011. (STA)
Is there any information transferred to or stored on servers based outside the EEA?
How long do we keep your information?
We keep information about you for a maximum period of four calendar years (three years + current) from the date you were first issued a licence or consent by us.
If your licence or consent was not issued, we will keep your information for a maximum period of four calendar years.
Who do we collect information from?
- Other licensing authorities whom you may have held a licence with
- The Disclosure and Barring Service – to check if you are eligible to hold a licence
- Gloucestershire Constabulary – to check criminal history
What are the consequences if we do not collect the data?
The council will be unable to fulfil its statutory obligations to assess your suitability to hold a licence or consent and unable to enforce policy and legal requirements.
Are any decisions about you made by automatic means?