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Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Eastbourne Borough Council respects the privacy of all site visitors and subsequently complies with all statutory data protection provisions applicable to England and Wales. The information you provide will be used by us to make improvements to the site and to Eastbourne Borough Council services. Information communicated via the Internet could be detected by third parties and any information you send to us is at your own risk.

Cookies

Cookies are bits of electronic information websites can store on your computer. Cookies can be used to check whether you have visited a website before or if it is your first time, which is useful when measuring traffic to a website. This site may store a single cookie on your machine for this purpose. The cookie will not collect personal information but instead stores a unique ID number so that next time you visit the site, you will be recognised through this number. No other information will be collected.

Links

This privacy policy only covers the Website at www.eastbourne.gov.uk - links within this site to other websites are not covered by this policy.

Forms

Where visitors may submit information via forms etc, in doing so they are deemed to have consented to the collection, processing and storage of that information.

The processing of information collected via this site is registered under the Data Protection Act and the principles of fair processing will be applied.  Should you have any concern regarding collection, processing, storage or disclosure of information submitted via this website please contact the Council.

As any website is potentially available in many countries it is possible that information submitted to this site will be transmitted via servers and networks that are outside the UK.

In submitting information to this site the act of clicking on the submit button is taken as explicit consent to use of the information as described in this statement.

Authentication

Since no authentication of visitors is provided on this site the Council cannot be held responsible for any acts of impersonation and will assume all information submitted is genuine unless there is reason to doubt its authenticity. Should you suspect that a false entry has been made using your identity please contact us and appropriate corrective action will be considered.

Contact Us

The quickest and easiest way to contact us is by
Email Contact Form
Otherwise you can contact us by
Telephone Contact
Telephone:
01323 410000
In Person Contact
In Person:

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