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Green Port Hull which is supported by the Green Port Growth Programme and delivered by Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council provides residents and businesses with the latest information on renewable energy development including opportunities and support in employment and training, business support and advice, business grants, RDI, and supply chain opportunities.

In the course of our work we collect personal information from residents and the employees of businesses so that we can send them information on the latest funding support, job vacancies, supply chain opportunities or to promote their business through our supplier directory.  We can be contacted –

By Post

Green Port Hull
Hull City Council,
The Guildhall

By Telephone

01482 613561

By Email

We process information about:

The types of information we hold includes:

We receive information from -

Information is processed to enable us to keep business and members of the public updated on the latest developments and job opportunities and the services delivered by Green Port Hull.  This processing is undertaken on the basis of Article 6(1)(e) of the GDPR for the delivery of our services as a local authority.

The terms and conditions of the Green Port Growth Programme require that documents and electronic information relating to the delivery of the Programme must be retained until December 2030. The Local Authority as Accountable Body for the Programme is required to comply with current UK law and contractual conditions for funding.

Individuals and/or businesses may request the deletion of their data that is held by the Programme; however such requests will be dealt with on a case-by-case basis. Where the individual or business has been a recipient of funding from the Programme details must be retained until the Programme.  In all cases the Local Authority will comply with UK law and the requirements of funding bodies.

Businesses registered on the supplier directory must refresh their information every year, where they do not choose to opt in their directory entry will not be maintained.

If you would like to enquire about how your personal information is processed or wish to complain please contact –

Hull City Council
Data Protection Officer
Room 11
The Guildhall

Telephone – (01482) 300300

Email –

You also have the right to complain to the regulator –

Information Commissioner's Office
Wycliffe House
Water Lane

Telephone - 0303 123 1113 (local rate) or 01625 545 745 if you prefer to use a national rate number

Online enquiries -

Other Websites

Our web site may contain links to other web sites which are outside our control and are not covered by this Privacy Policy. If you access other sites using the links provided, the operators of these sites may collect information from you which will be used by them in accordance with their privacy policy, which may differ from ours.


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