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Data Controller and Purpose

The information you provide will be used by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets’ Environmental Health and Trading Standards Service, to process your complaint/objection/application.

Tower Hamlets Council is the Data Controller.

We process your data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and if you have any concerns the council’s Data Protection Officer can be contacted on DPO@towerhamlets.gov.uk.

Condition for processing personal data

It is necessary for us to process your personal data (name, address, contact details), as a task carried out in the public interest, and more personal data such as health, personal and household circumstances as necessary for substantial public interest reasons, to assess and prioritise in compliance with a legal obligation or social protection law.

A delay in you providing the information requested may result in a delay in providing appropriate services.

How long do we keep your information?

We will only hold your information for as long as is required by law and to provide you with the necessary services. This is likely to be for six years after the case is closed. For further details you can view our Retention Schedule.

We may also anonymise some personal data you provide to us to ensure that you cannot be identified and use this for statistical analysis of data to allow the council to effectively target and plan the provision of services.

Information sharing

Your personal information may be shared with internal departments or with external partners and agencies involved in delivering services on our behalf.

The council has a duty to protect public funds and may use personal information and data-matching techniques to detect and prevent fraud, and ensure public money is targeted and spent in the most appropriate and cost-effective way. Information may be shared with internal services and external bodies like the Audit Commission, Department for Work and Pensions, other local authorities, HM Revenue and Customs, and the Police.

This activity is carried out under Article 9(2)(b) of the GDPR, under social protection law.

We have a duty to improve the health of the population we serve. To help with this, we use data and information from a range of sources including hospitals to understand more about the nature and causes of disease and ill-health in the area. This data would normally be anonymised and never used to make decisions on a specific individual or family.

We will not transfer your data to non EEA territory and there are no automated decisions made with your data.

Your Rights

You can find out more about your rights on our Data Protection page and how to complain to the Information Commissioner.

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Data controller and purpose

The information you provide will be used by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets’ Complaints and Information Service, to process your name and address. Tower Hamlets Council is the Data Controller

We have received [your name and address data from you and will use this for processing your request for Freedom of Information.

We process your data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and if you have any concerns the council’s Data Protection Officer can be contacted on DPO@towerhamlets.gov.uk.

Condition for processing personal data

It is necessary for us to process your personal data (name, address, contact details), under the GDPR as a task carried out in the public interest.

A delay in you providing the information requested may result in a delay in providing appropriate services.

How long do we keep your information?

We will only hold your information for as long as is required by law and to provide you with the necessary services. This is likely to be for seven years after the case is closed. For further details, you can view our Retention Schedule.

We may also anonymise some personal data you provide to us to ensure that you cannot be identified and use this for statistical analysis of data to allow the council to effectively target and plan the provision of services.

Information sharing

Your personal information may be shared with internal departments or with external partners and agencies involved in delivering services on our behalf.

The council has a duty to protect public funds and may use personal information and data-matching techniques to detect and prevent fraud, and ensure public money is targeted and spent in the most appropriate and cost-effective way. Information may be shared with internal services and external bodies like the Audit Commission, Department for Work and Pensions, other local authorities, HM Revenue and Customs, and the Police. This activity is carried out under social protection law.

We have a duty to improve the health of the population we serve. To help with this, we use data and information from a range of sources including hospitals to understand more about the nature and causes of disease and ill-health in the area. This data would normally be anonymised and never used to make decisions on a specific individual or family.

Data transfer to non EEA territory

We will not transfer your data to non EEA territory.

Automated decision making and profiling

The service will process some of the data by computer and may therefore make automated decisions on your case. You can ask for this to be explained to you, please see the ‘your rights’ section that follows. We may also to some degree use the data to build a profile for you regarding service provision and priority.

Your rights

You can find out more about your rights on our Data Protection page and this includes details of your rights about automated decisions, such as the ranking of Housing Applications, and how to complain to the Information Commissioner.

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Data Controller and purpose

The information you provide will be used by the London Borough of Tower Hamlets Outdoor Education Team to process your data in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and if you have any concerns the council’s Data Protection Officer can be contacted on DPO@towerhamlets.gov.uk.

Who we are

We are Tower Hamlets Outdoor Education Team, a council service based at the Urban Adventure Base (150 Burdett Road, Mile End Park, E3 4JT) which provides positive and adventurous activities and accredited programmes to local young people, adults and organisations. The team manage the operating licence for the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in the borough.

Condition for processing personal data

It is necessary for us to process your personal data under the GDPR as a task carried out in the public interest with consent. For participants we collect contact and some statistical information to ensure we are fulfilling our community purpose as a local authority and obligations under the Equality Act 2010.

Data Protection Law recognises that some categories of personal information are more sensitive than others. The sensitive personal information we collect includes ethnicity, date of birth, health conditions, required medication and details of any safeguarding concerns that are reported to us. We collect this data to ensure that all participants are safe and protected whilst on our programmes, including health conditions and medication. Enable us to understand who we are working with.

We will share you data with other council departments and our partners as appropriate. However, we will not pass on your details to anyone else without your express permission except in exceptional circumstances. Examples of this might include anyone reporting serious self-harm or posing a threat to others or children contacting us and sharing serious issues such as physical abuse or exploitation.

Participant information, group consent and health conditions will be gained from attending organisations such as schools and voluntary organisations operating in partnership, delivering  activities as part of the Outdoor Education Team programmes, along with information such as name, age and post code for statistical and monitoring purposes.

When collecting information for people under the age of 18 we will always gain parental or legal guardian consent for participation in the team’s programmes.

We will disclose your personal information to third parties, the court service and/or regulators or law enforcement agencies in connection with proceedings or investigations.

We collect personal information concerning our own staff and volunteers as part of the administration, management and promotion of activities.

We have security measures in place at the Urban Adventure Base and Urban Gym including CCTV. There are signs showing CCTV is in operation. The images captured are securely stored and only accessed by approved staff (e.g. to review an incident). CCTV recordings are automatically overwritten after a short period of time unless an issue is identified that requires investigation.

How long do we keep your information?

We will only hold your information for as long as is required by law and to provide you with the necessary services. This is likely to be for 7 years after the case is closed. For further details, you can view our Retention Schedule.

We may also anonymise some personal data you provide to us to ensure that you cannot be identified and use this for statistical analysis of data to allow the Council to effectively target and plan the provision of services.

Information sharing

Your personal information may be shared with internal departments or with external partners and agencies involved in delivering services on our behalf.

With consent your information may be processed and shared with the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award (DofE) in order to take part in their programme. This is based on Tower Hamlets obligations as a Licensed Organisation with the DofE Charity and may include information related to staff, leaders and professionals who are delivering the programme within their organisations. Information related to staff delivering a DofE may be held for communication and risk management purposes with aspects of the programme such as the management of DofE Expeditions. Tower Hamlets Council do not manage or have responsibility for DofE’s online management system eDofE, following consent to take part in the programme your information on the system (eDofE) is the responsibility of the DofE Charity as a Data Controller.

View the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Privacy Statement.

The council has a duty to protect public funds and may use personal information and data-matching techniques to detect and prevent fraud, and ensure public money is targeted and spent in the most appropriate and cost-effective way. Information may be shared with internal services and external bodies like the Audit Commission, Department for Work and Pensions, other local authorities, HM Revenue and Customs, and the Police. This activity is carried out under social protection law. 

Your rights

You can find out more about your rights on our Data protection page which includes details of your rights to access, to be forgotten, and how to complain to the Data Protection Officer and Information Commissioner.

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The local authority has a statutory duty to ensure all pupils have access to a high quality school place, but falling school rolls and budget pressures could affect the sustainability of schools and their ability to maintain high standards.

Tower Hamlets has experienced a great deal of demographic change in recent years which has meant that primary school rolls have not grown as quickly as the population. Young families are increasingly moving out of the borough and birth rates are falling. This has resulted in a surplus of primary school places overall. In 2017/18, one in ten of the borough’s Reception places went unfilled.

However, there is a stark contrast between the situation in the West and the East of the borough. Whilst areas in the West have seen falls in the demand for primary school places, areas in the East have seen increases. Projections indicate that this situation will worsen over the coming decade.

At the same time, schools are experiencing pressure on their budgets because of changes to the National Funding Formula. This worsens when schools have unfilled places and schools with high levels of surplus face significant financial challenges.

The local authority is therefore undertaking a review of primary school places to maximise the potential of the borough’s high-quality primary schools and to ensure that:

  • schools are able to maintain and improve the quality of education
  • all children have access to the right school place at the right time
  • parents in all areas of the borough continue to be offered a choice of provision
  • schools are working together in collaboration, not competition and 
  • public resources are used efficiently and effectively.
Answer:

If you get infected with monkeypox, it usually takes between 5 and 21 days for the first symptoms to appear.

The first symptoms of monkeypox include:

  • a high temperature
  • a headache
  • muscle aches
  • backache
  • swollen glands
  • shivering (chills)
  • exhaustion

A rash usually appears 1 to 5 days after the first symptoms. The rash often begins on the face, then spreads to other parts of the body. 

The rash is sometimes confused with chickenpox. It starts as raised spots, which turn into small blisters filled with fluid. These blisters eventually form scabs which later fall off.

The symptoms usually clear up in 2 to 4 weeks.

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The council is helping VCS organisations with free access to volunteers through our volunteering hub with Volunteer Centre Tower Hamlets.

We will continue to fund VCS partners, including organisations whose grants are due to come to an end, and will contact organisations that might qualify for a three-month rent holiday.

Financial support is available through local, regional and national grant schemes, which can help organisations in Tower Hamlets with unexpected costs, loss of income or new projects.

Information is available from the National Council for Voluntary Organisations to help VCS organisations prepare for the potential impacts of coronavirus on their operations or finances.

Find out more about funding for voluntary and community organisations.

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Members who don’t feel confident returning to the centres initially or who might have health conditions that put them at higher risk of infection from Covid-19 can continue to freeze your membership fees.

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Cross out the incorrect vote and put an X in the correct box of your choice.
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Write in the correct date clearly above the boxes and cross out the incorrect date.
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Re-open the envelope, add all the documents and then reseal.
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