Just wondering how long you keep personal data about people on the
Self Build Register?
GDPR law requires that you only keep people's personal data as long
as required. Given the Self Build Register is a planning register and
requirements of the Regulations mean you have to grant relevant
development permissions within 3 years, should you be holding personal
data after that three year period?
I do not think there is anything in the Regulations on what to do if
you have not granted suitable development permissions. It simply says
that the requirement is to grant the permissions. There is no required
action if you do not?
Given that GDPR is about removing personal data when it is no longer
required, I suggest that once the three years have passed from the
October they were put on the register, their personal details should
be removed. Similarly with any records held such as application forms?
This is because the purpose of the register is to identify need and
action (grant PPs) within 3 years. After that there is no longer a
need to hold the personal data? Is there?
I guess that you could remove all the personal data but leave a
record in the Register just so that you know how many people were
registered and when?
Are people doing this and if not then how long do you hold this
personal data for?
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