Sunderland Sustainable Homes consent form

Sunderland Sustainable Homes example form for a householder to give consent to a home energy adviser to act on their behalf and use their information. This is an example form for home energy advisers, used by Sustainable Sunderland in delivering their home energy advice visits under the Big Lottery's Communities Living Sustainably programme. If you are collecting householder data (names, addresses, energy use, contact details, etc.- 'sensitive data') you cannot pass that information on and you must be specific about how you will use their data. If you want to pass it on (for example, to refer them on to support services or an insulation installer) you need to explicitly gain their consent to do so.

See also the Monitoring and Evaluation section of the Hub for more information on complying with the Data Protection Act 1998.




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