What data do we collect and how do we collect data?
We will collect the following data in order for you to apply for and operate as a self ticketer in the capacity of a Freeholder / Landlord / Leaseholder, Agent (on behalf of the Freeholder) or Manager (on behalf of the Freeholder)

Such data will be provided by you in your application and will include:

Full name; date of birth; home address; email address; phone number; details of unspent convictions, and if you choose to be paid as part of the service, your bank account and sort code details.

What is our purpose and lawful basis for processing your personal data?
Our lawful basis for processing data is the Performance of a Contract and Legitimate Interests

How will we process your data and why do we process it?
When using this service, personal data is collected and processed as necessary, for the performance of the contract reached with the Landowner / leaseholder including:

  • Processing an application made by you to become a self ticketer.
  • Referring the application data to the International Parking Community (IPC) for assessing the applicant’s eligibility. (For further information please see the IPC Privacy Policy Here )
  • To perform contract agreed with the landowner/lease holder .
  • Registering your approved application.
  • We will also process data in pursuit of our, your, the landowner / leaseholder, legitimate interests, including corresponding with you and / or the landowner / leaseholder about your self-ticketing practices (if deemed necessary)
  • Provide technical support (where required).
  • If/where applicable, pay monies due via BACS transfer (where applicable)

This processing is necessary to have an individual approved as a self ticketer and to enable the enforcement of parking restrictions.

When using this service your data is collected and processed, as necessary, for the assessment and approval of an individual’s status as a self ticketer.

Processing of Sensitive Data?
The submission of unspent criminal conviction data or “special category data” is provided by you within the application and is referred to the IPC as a part of their application assessment process.

Where you disclose any “special category data” when submitting an application via this service, you explicitly consent to this information being processed as part of your application, such as when assessing your eligibility by the IPC and corresponding with you about your application (including in relation to renewals). This data will not be used for any other purpose.

We will continue to process any “special category” personal data provided by you, as specified above, unless we are notified that your consent to processing has been withdrawn.

If you wish to withdraw your consent, please contact us via email to dpo@uk-cpm.com or contact the IPC.

How long will we retain / store your data for?
We may retain any information supplied as part of your application, (excluding unspent conviction data) including documents uploaded or any relevant details from such documents, for the duration of your application and the period of time you remain an approved (by the IPC) self ticketer, plus 90 days. However, we will not ask you for any more information than we need, and we do not keep your information for any longer than we need to.

In respect of unspent conviction data (special category data). This data is only retained by UK CPM for 30 days in anonomised format except to “super user” roles, whilst the IPC assessment process is undertaken, at which point it is then erased.

Data provided to the IPC will be retained in accordance with their own data retention requirements published within their Privacy Policy a link to which can be found here: https://theipc.info/privacy-notices

Who do we share data with?
In order for you to be a self ticketer, we may need to share data with certain organisations. This could include any authorised sub-contractors, such as, IT service providers, regulatory bodies such as The International Parking Community (IPC) and Law Enforcement agencies (i.e. The Police and other security organisations as required in the detection and prevention of a crime.)

Security of your personal data
UK-CPM will implement security controls and practices to protect your personal data appropriate to its nature. Systems and processes are in place to provide security measures that will prevent your data from accidental loss, alteration, or disclosure. Access to your data is limited to only those staff members who have a need to do so in order to carry out their duties.

What are your data protection rights?
You have:

  • the right to be informed
  • the right to access
  • the right to rectification
  • the right to erasure (‘right to be forgotten’)
  • the right to restriction of processing
  • the right to data portability
  • the right to object
  • the right not to be subject to automated decision making and profiling
  • the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority for data protection issues – the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO);

For a full description of each of the above data subject rights, please see the Home Page of this UK-CPM Privacy Policy.

If you have an issue concerning the processing of your information, then please contact our Data Protection Officer using dpo@uk-cpm.com

We hope that we can address any concerns you may have, but you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) at www.ico.org.uk

If you wish to make a complaint about the processing of your personal data by UK-CPM with regard to this service or if you feel that UK-CPM has not addressed your concern in a satisfactory manner, you can address a complaint to the ICO, which can be contacted via their website: www.ico.org.uk;

Changes to this privacy policy
UK-CPM keeps this privacy policy under regular review and places any updates on this webpage.