The Grow Tees Valley project is managed by Teesside University. Teesside University (the Data Controller) is committed to protecting the privacy of all individuals visiting this website and accessing our services. The university is registered as a Data Controller under Data Protection Act 2018.
We only collect personal information, including your name and e-mail address, where you knowingly supply the information through completion of an on-line form.
If you use the online ‘contact us’ form, your personal information will be used to respond to your enquiry.
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