Our Contact Details
Company Name: The Steel Yard Exchange
|Address: 13-16 Allhallows Lane, London, EC4R 3UL. Phone Number: 0207 283 1505|
We currently collect and process the following information:
ID, Image Scan & CCTV
• CCTV is located outside and throughout the venue. Using CCTV is necessary for the company’s legitimate interests. Cameras are installed for the purpose of detecting and preventing crime and protection of our customers and staff.
How we get the information and why we use it
The data collected for these purposes are video imagery, and the data taken from the ID you choose to present for scanning (e.g. driving license, passport, national identity card).
What we do with the information we have
We do not share the personal information with third parties unless for a legal or licensing obligation. How we store your information
All scanned IDs and data are stored in an SQL database on the scanning machine. Data is encrypted and not shared with any third parties unless for a legal or licensing obligation. Data is deleted after 28 days.
CCTV footage is kept for 28 days (unless by doing so it will cause us to be in breach of any of the principles of the 2003 Licensing Act, other licensing, safety, security or legal responsibilities)
- It is a licensing requirement that any patron who enters the venue must present a valid form of government issued photographic ID. We are also required to use an ID Scanner.
- It is the patron’s voluntary decision to present an ID for scanning when entering the venue and by doing so permits us to scan your ID, and you agree for the company to use your data in line with our policy as defined in this document and through any other safety, security, legal or licensing obligations.
• Crowd shots and shots of performers may be taken by professional photographers at the venue during events for marketing and promotional purposes and these may include images of you. In accordance with the signage outside of the venue, by entering the venue you give consent to this and for us or third parties to use them as such. You can email us directly if you have any questions and/or issues email@example.com
|for our legitimate organisational interests.|
How to complain
You can also complain to the ICO if you are unhappy with how we have used your data. The ICO’s address:
Information Commissioner’s Office Wycliffe House
Cheshire SK9 5AF
Helpline number: 0303 123 1113