This page explains how this site, which is managed by the Broads Authority on behalf of the Broadland Catchment Partnership, uses any information you give to us, and the ways in which we protect your privacy.
The Broadland Catchment Partnership website is intended to provide information to members of the public and other stakeholders about the work that the Partnership is involved in.
Disclosure and visitor choice
The Broads Authority and Broadland Catchment Partnership does not store any of the personal information captured about individuals who access this website – except where you have voluntarily chosen to give us your personal details either:
- via email or
- when completing an online contact form.
We also monitor this site’s access log information and the connection address from the Internet address you are connecting from is automatically included. The Authority does not share this data with third parties.
The personal data you give the Broadland Catchment Partnership will be used exclusively for providing you with the information or service which you have requested. It will not be shared with any other organisation.
The law requires your permission to save cookies on your machine. Please read the below carefully contact us if you have any questions.
Cookies are small files which are sent to your browser (for example Internet Explorer or Firefox) and stored on your computer’s hard disk. They only identify your computer and not you personally.
Google Analytics cookies
These cookies are used to help record your use of this website. They are used to collect statistics about site usage such as when you last visited the site. This information is then used to improve the user experience on our website. The cookies contain randomly generated IDs used to recognise your browser when you read a page. The cookies contain no personal information and are used only for web analytics.
The Google Analytics cookies are called _utma, _utmb, _umtc and _utmz. They will appear in the list of cookies under broads-authority.gov.uk.
_utma tracks whether you have visited the website before. It is set to expire 2 years after your last visit.
_utmb establishes a ‘user session’ and tracks which pages you look at on this visit to the website. It is set to expire 30 minutes after your last visit.
_utmc is connected with _utmb and expires when you closed your browser, rather than just visit another website.
_utmz tracks whether you have come to the website from a search engine, another website or have typed the web address directly into your browser. It is set to expire 6 months after it was last set.
We encourage you to accept the cookies our website uses as they help us to improve the user experience for you and many others.
To delete or reject cookies
If you do not want to receive cookies from this website, select cookie settings under the privacy settings in your browser options, then add our domain to the list of websites you do not want to accept cookies from. Under settings you can also delete individual cookies or any cookies that your browser has stored. You can find more information on how to delete and control cookies. You can read more details on Cookies and Google Analytics.
Your rights in relation to data processing including rights to access and erasure
You have the right to see any personal information that we hold about you. Such requests are called subject access requests. If you would like to make a subject access request please contact the Authority’s Data Protection Officer at:
Data Protection Officer, Broads Authority, Yare House, 62-64 Thorpe Road, Norwich Norfolk, NR1 1RY. Alternatively e-mail email@example.com.
We will respond to such requests within one month. There is no fee to make a request.
You may ask us to rectify any personal information which is incomplete or inaccurate. You may also ask us to erase such data once processing is no longer necessary or if you object to processing or consider that we are processing it unlawfully. We will consider such requests and if we refuse, we will give reasons.
Requests may require you to prove your identity before we respond to you. Those under the age of 16 years of age should make a request through their parent or guardian.
You have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority in relation to data processing in the UK. This is the Information Commissioner’s Office at Wycliff House, Water Lane, Wilmslow Cheshire SK9 5AF. Telephone: 0303 123 1113.
Data Protection Policy
You can find out more information on how we are committed to protecting your privacy on our Data Protection Policy.
(This page was last updated 22/05/2018)