The personal data you provide will be treated in accordance with UK Data Protection legislation.
Rights of way problem reports
Your data will only be used to process your reports. It will not be shared with third parties other than ‘Exegesis’ our Countryside Access Management System provider. It will become part of the permanent records kept on rights of way in Hampshire. If you wish your details to be removed from our records at any time, email: [email protected]. The legal basis for our use of this information is Performance of a Public Interest task.
Applications to amend the registers of commons and village greens
The information you provide may be published in a decision report, and may also be disclosed to other interested parties, including the landowner (or their representatives) and the Planning Inspectorate. It may also be produced at a public inquiry. It will become part of the permanent records kept on commons and village greens in Hampshire. The legal basis for our use of this information is the compliance with a legal obligation - Commons Act 2006.
CA16 (Landowner Deposits)
The personal data you provide on this form will be treated in accordance with Data Protection Legislation. Deposited maps, statements, and declarations will be added to a public register, as required by Section 31A Highways Act 1980 and Section 15B Commons Act 2006. It will become part of the permanent records kept on rights of way and village greens in Hampshire. The legal basis for our use of this information is the compliance with a legal obligation – Highways Act 1980 and Commons Act 2006.
The above information is the specific privacy notice for this service. For more information about your rights in relation to your personal data, see the County Council’s general privacy notice.
You have some legal rights in respect of the personal information we collect from you. See our Data Protection page for further details.
You can contact the County Council’s Data Protection Officer by email [email protected].
If you have a concern about the way we are collecting or using your personal data, you should raise your concern with us in the first instance or directly to the Information Commissioner’s Office.