Privacy Notice

GDPR Statement Visual Identity Survey

Thank you for taking part in our Historic Environment Scotland (HES) Visual Identity Survey 2023.

All questions in this survey are optional. If you don’t feel comfortable answering any question, please leave it blank and move to the next question.

For the purposes of this survey Historic Environment Scotland is the Data Controller of any data you choose to share. Jump research is a Data Processor Operating on behalf of Historic Environment Scotland.

Your Data

Thank you for taking part in our survey to help us gather your views and feedback on the Historic Environment Scotland's visual identity.

All individual survey responses will be anonymous. As part of this survey, we would like to understand which part of Scotland you or your organisation are from for our analysis, so we are asking you to provide the council area. This will ensure that your location is not identifiable. Part of this survey includes an optional question on your gender, age group, and income group. Should you choose to answer and you will not be identifiable as this data is collected and held anonymously.

Please note that if you provide the information requested, the lawful basis for collecting and processing it is consent and by completing this section, you are consenting to HES collecting this information.  You can find more details about how we manage your personal data in our privacy notice. 

What will we do with your data? 

Our privacy notice hosted on our website explains your rights and our role in protecting the information that your share with us. 

We will process your personal data in strict accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 and The Data Protection Act 2018.

Should you choose to enter the prize draw, Jump Research will request an email address. This data will be kept separately and will not be shared with Historic Environment Scotland. Find out more about how Jump Research will manage your data in their privacy policy.

Further information  

If you would like further information, please contact us at:  

Telephone: 0131 668 8600  

Data Protection Officer  
Historic Environment Scotland  
Longmore House  
Salisbury Place  
Edinburgh, EH9 1SH    

If you feel we have mishandled your data you have the right to make a complaint to the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO):  

Telephone: 0303 123 1113