Suffolk Energy Action Consent Statement

Please read this statement carefully about how your information will be used by the Warm Homes Healthy People (WHHP) Scheme.

The information you have provided, including your personal information, will be used to determine your eligibility for the schemes administered by WHHP.

WHHP administers a number of schemes including Suffolk Energy Action (SEA) on behalf of the Suffolk Climate Change Partnership (SCCP). The SCCP is made up of all Suffolk’s local authorities and the Environment Agency, working together locally with Groundwork Suffolk and the University of Suffolk.

Your information will be stored by Suffolk Coastal District Council (SCDC) as administrator for the WHHP project for a maximum of six years from the end of the funding stream from which you benefit, in accordance with  the Data Protection Act 1998 and the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 when in force. SCDC is registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO), registration no. Z566068X). 

Your details may be passed to other local authority members of the SCCP for project management and project review purposes. Suffolk County Council (SCC) (ICO Registration No Z5113825) project manages the SEA project. Your personal data and qualifying criteria, as required to be considered for Energy Company Obligation and Warm Homes funding, will be passed to SCC’s procured suppliers, Aran Services Ltd (ICO Registration No Z8759909) and Cornerstone East Anglia Ltd (ICO registration no. ZA033914) and may be shared with Affordable Warmth Solutions CIC (ICO registration no. Z1655808).  Ofgem, the administrator for the ECO scheme will carry out audits from time to time and will have access to your personal information.

By agreeing to this consent statement by ticking the box on the online SEA enquiry form:

1. You agree to being contacted by WHHP or SCC’s procured suppliers for further information to determine your eligibility for  a scheme as  required and to arrange and deliver any energy efficiency works. You understand that any further information provided by you will also be processed in compliance with the Data Protection Act 1998 or the General Data Protection Regulations 2018 when in force.

2. You confirm that the information you have provided is correct and complete.

3. You understand  that you must tell WHHP about any changes in your circumstances which may affect your entitilement.

4. You understand that this is a referral service only and should you decide to carry out works with any SEA installer you will enter into contract directly with them. As such Suffolk County Council and members of SEA cannot accept any responsibility or liability for any aspect of the works.

In the event you either have any queries about this Statement or no longer wish to participate in the WHHP Scheme, please contact: Warm Homes Healthy People on 03456 037686.