11 Supplementary Information
Please provide any additional information you may have to support your application.
12. Data Protection
The data controller is the Natural England, Foss House, Kings Pool, 1-2 Peasholme Green, York, Y01 7PX. You can
contact the Natural England Data Protection Manager at: Natural England, County Hall, Spetchley Road, Worcester,
WR5 2NP; email@example.com
ny questions about how we are using your personal data and your associated rights should be sent to the above
contact. The Data Protection Officer responsible for monitoring that Natural England is meeting the requirements of the
legislation is: Defra group Data Protection Officer, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, SW Quarter, 2nd
floor, Seacole Block, 2 Marsham Street, London SW1P 4DF. DefraGroupDataProtectionOfficer@defra.gsi.gov.uk
The information on the licence application form and any supporting material will be used by Natural England to undertake
our licensing functions. This will include, but is not limited assessing your application, issuing a licence if applicable,
monitoring compliance with licence conditions and collating licence returns and reports. The personal information we will
process will include, but is not limited to your name and contact details, customer type and reasons for wanting a licence.
Processing is necessary for the performance of a task carried out in the public interest or in the exercise of official
authority vested in the data controller. That task is to conduct the licensing functions as delegated by Defra to Natural
England under Part 8 Agreement under section 78 of the Natural Environment and Rural Communities Act 2006.
The processing by us of personal data relating to wildlife-related or animal welfare offences or related security measures
is carried out only under official authority. This information is used in assessing an application as it is a material fact.
Natural England will for particular licence applications and at specific stages of the licencing process discuss your
application with third parties. The details of this sharing are set out here
Your personal data will be kept by us for 7 years after the expiry of your licence or longer if stated in the licence
conditions.Failure to provide this information will mean that we will be unable to assess your application for a wildlife
The information you provide is not connected with individual decision making (making a decision solely by automated
means without any human involvement) or profiling (automated processing of personal data to evaluate certain things
about an individual).
The data you provide will not be transferred outside the European Economic Area.
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You have the right to lodge a complaint with the ICO (supervisory authority) at any time. Should you wish to exercise that
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Details of our Personal Information Charter can be found at:
SPMBIRD WML A08 (CWM 02/2020)
The site where we wish to carry out the control measures are residential properties ONLY
within the boundary of Looe Town, and is therefore classified as an urban site. An
integrated management plan is included with this application. Looe Town Council has
undertaken this egg substitution programme for over 10 years for the protection of the
thousands of tourists who visit Looe each year as well as residents who are subject to daily
attacks during the nesting/egg laying season. Many residential properties make great efforts
to discourage nesting within the confines of the town but the nature of many properties
make prevention only partially successful. Great efforts are also made to keep the streets
clean and clear of refuse, but a large pedestrian tourist population eating in the streets and
open air restaurants presents constant temptation particularly to Herring Gulls with young to
feed. Notwithstanding the food issue, parent birds also see wandering tourists as a threat to
young birds that have fallen from nests or are just fledging. Reduction of the number of
young Herring Gulls in nests on residential properties with the town centre has proven
effective in reducing the aggressiveness of resident birds.