Subject Access Requests
You are entitled
- to be told whether personal data about you is being held and being used
- to be given a description of the personal data and to have access to it
We must provide the information to you without delay and at the latest within one month of receipt of your request. This time starts to run from when we have the documentation to complete the identity checks. For complex or numerous requests, we are able to extend this period by a further two months. If the request is complex, then we will always contact you within one month of the receipt of your request to clarify the scope of your request, get further details about your request and explain why the extension is necessary.
Making a request for your personal information
The Data Protection Act 2018 and the General Data Protection Regulation provide you with a right of access to the personal information we hold about you. To access the information, you can use the form provided by clicking here or put your request in writing by post or email and send it to:
Jaguar Daimler Heritage Trust
British Motor Museum
Please provide as much detail as possible to help us find the information. The more details you can provide, the more likely we are to be able to find the information you seek. If we do not have enough details then we will contact you to help us answer your request.
Checking Your Identity
Before we provide the personal data to you we must be satisfied that you are entitled to it. We need proof of your identity and that you are the same person as the data subject. This is to ensure that we do not disclose personal information to the wrong person. The details we need to process your request:
- Your full name
- Address and contact details
- Two copies of forms of identification from you. These can be from the following list:
- Driving licence
- Birth certificate
- Utility bill (from last 3 months)
- Current vehicle registration document
- Bank statement (from last 3 months)
- Rent book (from last 3 months)
Where you wish to offer an alternative, then do check with us that it is acceptable.
If someone is making a request on your behalf, then we will require a written authorisation signed by you and evidence that it is a genuine request, e.g. proof of their relationship to you such as a full birth certificate.
If you are dissatisfied
If we refuse the request then we will always explain and, let you know about your right to complain to the Information Commissioner;
The Information Commissioner’s Office