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Warwick District Council is undertaking an assessment of the level of demand for self-build and custom build housing development in the area.
Self and custom build have been defined as:
- - Self-build - projects where individuals or groups directly organise the design and construction of their new home(s)
- - Custom build – project where individuals or groups work with a specialist developer to help deliver their new home(s)
If you are interested in the idea of building your own home, the council is asking you to take part in this process, which will help it to develop housing and planning policies to support the kind of self and custom build projects that would be most appropriate for this area.
It intends to create a register of those people interested in self or custom build homes in accordance with the requirements of the Self-Build and Custom Housebuilding Act 2015.
- At this stage, you are not making any commitment – the council is just trying to find out how much local demand there is for self-build housing.
- In preparing this register, the council are making no commitment to provide self-build or custom build plots.
- In submitting this form, you are agreeing that the council can use the data you provide to understand the demand for custom build and self-build housing.
- Personal details included on the register will not be made public, but anonymised headline data extracted from it may be published (i.e. overall numbers of registered entries for various categories, geographical areas of interest, types of housing sought etc.).
- If you do not want your personal contact details held on the register, please indicate this on the form below. The council will not continue to contact you about self and custom build issues – in this case, should you remain interested in self- and custom build in Warwick district, please visit the council’s website periodically to check for further developments or information.
- Your remaining information as submitted will be used by the council for strategic planning, information and statistical purposes only.
Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) exemptions
There are certain exemptions from the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) for self and custom build projects. Details of these can be found on the government's Planning Portal. Should you wish to claim these exemptions, you will need to complete a declaration, subject to any further guidance/legislation the government may issue, as set out on page six of this online form.
The personal data that you provide will be used to process your self build register of interest and to identify the owner of the property, architect and developer as appropriate, along with associated details and information related with the development.
We are under a legal obligation to collect and process this information, under the Building Act 1984 & Building Control Performance Standards 2017 edition.
You must complete the appropriate form or submit electronically in order for us to process your application. If the form is incomplete, we will not be able to process your application.
Your personal data will be shared within the relevant departments at the Council, and if necessary any partners who we have lawfully had to share your data with to deliver services on our behalf.
If you contact us, we may keep a record of that correspondence, transaction or telephone call. We use this information held about you to allow us to contact you directly via telephone, email or any other correspondence to ensure that we can provide a customer focused service. We may also ask you to complete surveys that we use for research purposes, although you do not have to respond to them.
Our website contains links to and from third party websites which should have their own privacy policies, and we do not accept any responsibility or liability for these policies. Please check these policies before you submit any personal data to these websites.
Your personal information that you provide will be kept permanently, and for a minimum period of 15 years. We can be required to disclose your personal information to government agencies and for research purposes. Your name and the address of the property will be entered into a publicly accessible register.
We are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. We will take all reasonable steps to ensure that your data is treated securely and in accordance with this privacy notice.
You have the right to access your personal information and to complain if you think your information has been used incorrectly or unfairly; you may also have other rights that apply. For further details on your rights and the contact details for the Data Controller and the Data Protection Officer, please see our full privacy notice on www.warwickdc.gov.uk/privacy.