How can I access Personal Information which the Council holds about me?
You can contact us in the following ways to make a request to see the personal records we hold about you: Telephone
Contact us on 01253 477477 and ask for a 'Data Protection Subject Access Request Form'
. Complete the form and return either by hand or post to the Customer First Centre
You will need to prove your identity and the Council is entitled to charge a fee of £10. Internet
You can print off the subject access request form by clicking on the link below. Complete the form and return to the Customer First Centre. You will need to prove your identity and the Council is entitled to charge a fee of £10. Customer First Centre
Ask for the 'Data Protection Subject Access Request Form'. You need to complete the form and hand this to a member of the Customer First Centre. You will be asked to prove your identity and pay the fee of £10. In Writing
You may make a request by writing to the Council enclosing proof of identity and a cheque or postal order for £10 payable to Blackpool Council. To assist with a speedy response, please try to specify what type of personal data you particularly want copies of e.g. Housing, Council Tax. It is also helpful if you specify any reference numbers.
You do not have to make a separate request to see personal information and pay a fee for each set of data kept by the Council. The £10 fee covers a search for any areas you ask us for, either specifically or as a general search. You must pay again however, if you make another request at a later date.