This website will not store or capture personal data (e.g. name, email address) without the prior knowledge and consent of users. In the event that you are asked to provide personal information to the website, you may be asked whether you wish to receive any further communication from Arundel Bypass Neighbourhood Committee (ABNC). We will make sure all personal data that is supplied is held as securely as possible, in accordance with the Data Protection Act.
Unless requested to delete it sooner, we hold user consented data until the purpose for which it has been given and is retained expires. For ABNC, that purpose is protecting the countryside in the Arundel villages area from the impacts of major new bypass proposals. When this is no longer a threat, or when the threat has been realized and mitigated, the group will close and the data will be deleted.
Please write to:
Stable Cottage, Binsted,
Arundel, West Sussex BN18 0LL
Or use the privacy request webform:
Arundel Bypass Neighbourhood Committee does not sell or otherwise transfer any personal data to commercial companies or other organisations, with the exception of web statistics (see below) which are hosted and managed by a third party company (ie Google, Inc and other web analytics services).
We do not transfer any personal data to any other organisations.
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