Land Quality Management Limited (LQM) is administering the sign up for becoming a Stakeholder for the SPRINT Project (https://sprint-h2020.eu) and the associated collection of personal details
(LQM is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected and that we are compliant with all relevant privacy and data protection legislation, including the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
This notice sets out how LQM uses and protects personal data that you give to us when you sign up to the SPRINT Stakeholder Mailing List.
We collect your personal data when you sign up to the SPRINT Stakeholder Mailing List, which we use to send you information about the Sprint project.
We use a third party provider, MailChimp, to manage the SPRINT Stakeholder Mailing List and send out emails to you. This allows us to gather statistics about email opening and link clicks; we use industry standard technologies to do this, which helps us to monitor and improve the communications we send out. We recommend that you read MailChimp’s Privacy notice and Terms so that you are informed about what they do with your personal data.
We only use the data that we collect when you sign up for the Sprint Stakeholders Mailing List to email you about the SPRINT Project, administer SPRINT Stakeholders, to check that our records are up to date and accurate and to contact you if we need to obtain or provide additional information from/to you.
By signing up to be a Sprint Stakeholder you are giving LQM permission to share your details with other partners on the Sprint Project. A list of partners can be found at:
Other than sharing your data with all partners on the Sprint Project, we don’t rent or trade this data with third parties, and we only transfer this data outside of LQM when we are required to do so by law.
What we collect
We collect the following information which may contain Personal data:
- Contact information (such as your name, job title, organization, email address, and country)
- Information about your organisation relevant to the SPRINT project.
Subscribing, updating and unsubscribing
Joining the Sprint Stakeholder Mailing List is voluntary and requires active consent to join. You will be sent an email confirming that you have joined the List and you can opt-out, or update your details, at any time. All emails sent to members of the list include ”unsubscribe” and ”Update preferences” links. If you wish to withdraw your consent for us to contact you for the purposes outlined above, please use the “unsubscribe” link to do so.
We may retain your personal data indefinitely, even if you unsubscribe, and certainly for the duration of the SPRINT project. This is so we have a record that you requested to be unsubscribed. If you require your personal data to be permanently erased, see the - Controlling personal data - you rights - section below.
We are committed to ensuring that your information is secure. In order to prevent unauthorised access or disclosure, we believe that we have put in place reasonable physical, electronic and managerial procedures to safeguard and secure the personal data we collect via the SPRINT Stakeholders Mailing List.
Controlling personal data – your rights
You can ask us to tell you about how we are processing your personal data and give to you, or another data controller, the personal data that we hold about you by making a request to us. You can also request that we rectify inaccurate data, or complete incomplete data that we hold about you. In certain circumstances, you may be able request that we erase some or all of your personal data. You may also be able to request that we restrict our processing of your data (this means that we will continue to store your data, but we won’t use it for anything).
In most cases, there will be no fee charged for making a request to us. We will act on requests received without undue delay and in any event within one month of receiving it. If your request is complex, or you have made a number of requests to us, we may extend our response time by up to two months. We will inform you within one month of receiving your original request if this applies. We might need to ask you to prove your identity to us before we start to respond to your request. If we consider your request to be manifestly unfounded or excessive we may request a reasonable fee from you to deal with it.
Any such requests can be made verbally (either in person or over the telephone) or in writing to:
Land Quality Management Ltd.,Sir Colin Campbell Building, University of Nottingham Innovation Park, Triumph Road, Nottingham, NG7 2TU.
We don’t currently do any automated decision-making using your data, and nor do we automatically process your data to evaluate anything about you. If this changes, we’ll update this notice to reflect that.
Last updated: 29TH April 2021