Your privacy on the Lambeth website
The London Borough of Lambeth (Lambeth Council) manages www.lambeth.gov.uk and is the data controller under the Data Protection Act of any personal data collected through this site.
- Information you supply on electronic forms available on the site will only be used for the purpose(s) stated on the form.
- Information you provide in emails to us will only be used for the purpose (which we reasonably believe) that you give it to us for.
- Information you provide us with may be used for statistical research but will not be used in any way (beyond its original purpose) which enables you to be identified.
Please note, that the Site forums make user generated content available anyone with access to the internet. Only registered users can provide content for and participate in these facilities. In registering and using these facilities you agree to abide by the Acceptable Use Policy.
You will not receive unsolicited paper or electronic mail as a result of using an electronic form unless we explicitly ask for and get your permission.
If you email us, we will not send unsolicited emails to your address unless we explicitly ask for and get your permission.
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We also use some non-essential cookies to anonymously track visitors or enhance your experience of the site. If you're not happy with this, you can request that these cookies are disabled but some nice features of the site may be unavailable.
Safeguards and Security
No data transmitted over the internet can be entirely secure, so we do not guarantee the security of your personal information. However, we use reasonable endeavours to protect the security of your personal information from unauthorised access or use by using encryption technology. In addition to these safeguards, your personal information is protected in the UK by the Data Protection Act 1998. This provides that the information which we hold about you should be processed fairly and lawfully, should be accurate, relevant and not excessive, not be retained for longer than is necessary and, if applicable, be kept up to date.
For more information on the Data Protection Act 1998 and your related rights please see www.ico.org.uk.