Salford City Council does not capture and store any personal information about individuals who access this website, except where you voluntarily choose to give us your personal details via email, or by using an electronic form, or enquiring about any of our services.
In these latter cases, in compliance with the EU Directive on Privacy and Electronic Communications the personal data you provide electronically to Salford City Council will be used exclusively for providing you with the information you have requested.
We do not pass any of your personal data to outside organisations and/or individuals, except with your express consent.
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
On 25 May 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will take effect. GDPR is European law aiming to make data privacy more transparent and organisations more accountable for what we do with your data. You can download a copy of our privacy notice and a guide to accessing your rights below:
- Primary Privacy Notice (Adobe PDF format, 97kb)
- Guide to accessing your rights (Adobe PDF format 599kb)
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