The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust was incorporated on 5 December 1996 as a company limited by guarantee and registered with the Charity Commissioners on 6 December 1996. Its registered Charity Number is 1059662.
The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust is an independent charity whose founding Patron is His Royal Highness, The Prince of Wales. We specialise in the restoration of heritage buildings at risk of decay and demolition in areas where the resurgence of an existing use, or the creation of a new life and purpose for these buildings, will have a beneficial effect on the local community.
The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust has a subsidiary company UKHBPT Trading Limited which was incorporated on 25th February 2010 (company number: 07169150). It is governed by its Memorandum and Articles of Association. The company commenced trading in July 2014 and its principal activity is the undertaking of trading activities on behalf of United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust.
Details about The United Kingdom Historic Building Preservation Trust can be found at https://ukhbpt.org/information
The information UKHBPT collects
UKHBPT may collect personal information about you. We do this to support and enhance your experience of engaging with us. The situations when we may collect personal data include: Consenting to receive information and updates Enquiring about our activities and services Engaging with us via social media Booking a ticket Buying a product or service Becoming a member, ambassador, advisor or patron Making a donation Processing Gift Aid Providing survey responses We may also gather and retain data about the use of our website and social media accounts to help us improve how we engage with audiences. This data is aggregated or anonymous and does not identify individual visitors to our website. We review the personal information requested to ensure that we only collect data relevant to the use for which it is being collected. We only collect ‘sensitive personal data’ when there is a clear reason to do so.
How UKHBPT stores and manages personal data
We will securely store and manage your personal data for the uses set out below for the following lengths of time. Digitally held records are stored on a secured network. Where external companies are used to support and deliver IT services, UKHBPT ensures all companies are registered with the Information Commissioners Office and have secure and GDPR compliant processes in place. Where paper records are held, these are stored in locked areas at UKHBPT’s Head Office – Middleport Pottery, Port Street. ST6 3PE
Consenting to receive information and updates – Data retention period: For up to three years from the original consent date. After three years, we will ask you to renew your consent. You can withdraw your consent at any time by clicking the unsubscribe button on our e-newsletters, or by emailing us with a request to remove consent to: email@example.com Enquiring about our activities and services – Data retention period: For up to six months from the original enquiry date. Booking a ticket – Data retention period: For up to five years from the date of the original booking. Buying a product or service – Data retention period: For up to six years from the date of the purchase. Becoming a member, ambassador, advisor or patron – Data retention period: For up to six years from the date of the membership expiring. Making a donation – Data retention period: For up to six years from the date of the donation, unless specified otherwise in a separate grant agreement document. Processing Gift Aid – Data retention period: For up to six years from the date of processing a Gift Aid claim. Where relevant, Gift Aid declarations will be renewed every four years. Providing survey responses – Data retention period: For up to four years from the date of the survey being completed. After this time, all personal data will be removed from the survey results. Applying to work or volunteer for UKHBPT – Data retention period: For successful applications, please see Working or Volunteering for UKHBPT information below. For unsuccessful applications, we retain personal information for up to one year from the date that the application was made. For all of the above situations, once the data retention period has expired or consent has not been renewed, all personal data will be deleted or securely destroyed. Where an interaction with UKHBPT involves use of your credit or debit card, we will manage any transactions securely and in accordance with the Payment Industry Data Security Standard.
What UKHBPT does with the data collected and stored
Your personal data may be used for the following purposes: To provide you with services, products and information To process payments and donations To fulfil sales contracts For customer service or administrative purposes To create an account if you register your details with us For internal record keeping, including management of complaints or feedback To target communications and messages to you To invite you to participate in opportunities, surveys and research To use your IP address to personalise information to you and to analyse website engagement and use To analyse and improve the services we offer Where it is required or authorised by law
Your choices regarding your personal data
In using UKHBPT services, you agree that any information you give to UKHBPT is accurate and kept up to date. You can unsubscribe or amend your consent options at any point using links contained in UKHBPT communications materials or by writing to us: Data Retention and Consent. UKHBPT, Middleport Pottery, Port Street, Stoke-on-Trent. ST6 3PE or emailing us: firstname.lastname@example.org You have the right to request a copy of the personal information UKHBPT holds about you and to have any inaccuracies amended. We ask that all such requests are made in writing to the contact details above. A small administrative fee, of a maximum of £30, to cover the costs of this work may be charged. UKHBPT can also support an individual’s Right to be Forgotten. Should you wish to do this, please contact UKHBPT on the contact details above to discuss the process and the timescales involved.
Website and cookies
Marketing and targeted advertising
In consenting to receive information and updates from UKHBPT, you agree to be contacted for marketing purposes. The consent form enables you to manage how we contact you. You may adjust or opt-out of communications for marketing purposes at any time, either by clicking the unsubscribe button on UKHBPT communications materials, or contacting Marketing Manager, Sarah Nadin email@example.com UKHBPT uses targeted advertising facilities to ensure information about our programmes and activities reaches people who may have an interest in the subject being advertised. This is done through anonymised data and UKHBPT is not able to identify individuals reached through this process.
In consenting to receive information about how you can support UKHBPT, you agree to be contacted for fundraising purposes. The consent form enables you to manage how we contact you. You may adjust or opt-out of fundraising communications at any time, either by clicking the unsubscribe button on UKHBPT communications materials, or contacting Marketing Manager, Sarah Nadin firstname.lastname@example.org
We will only use personal information provided in applying for work or volunteering at UKHBPT to process your application and to monitor recruitment statistics. Disclosure of information to an external organisation, such as when taking up references, will be done with your knowledge. If you commence employment or volunteering with UKHBPT, your data will be processed in accordance with your UKHBPT employment contract and related policies.
UKHBPT undertakes customer surveys to enable us to improve our work. Data collected in these surveys is regularly monitored to ensure that its collection is compliant with GDPR obligations. Where surveys are undertaken in paper form, the paper survey response is securely stored and in a timely period is transferred to an electronic system. The paper survey is then securely destroyed. Survey responses which have been aggregated and anonymised are supplied to UKHBPT external partners, such as Arts Council England, as part of our funding monitoring processes.
Protecting the privacy of those under 18 years is important to UKHBPT. When we collect data about anyone under 18 years of age, we will make the reasons for collecting the data clear and explain the use that is made of such data using age-appropriate language. Where data is collected for those age 13 or under, we will seek parental/carer consent on behalf of the minor. Rights regarding unsubscribing and the right to be forgotten are extended to all individuals regardless of age.
This policy was last updated on 11/05/2018.