Permission to reproduce Hampshire County Council copyright material
If you wish to re-use copyright material from our website or other publications, please see our guide to re-use of information to find out how you can get a licence to do so.
All text on pages within the hants.gov.uk domain is © Copyright Hampshire County Council, unless otherwise stated, under Section 17 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
All photographic images in pages within the hants.gov.uk domain are © Copyright Hampshire County Council, unless otherwise stated, under Section 17 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
Copyright in all photographs displayed on this web site is owned by Hampshire County Council and/or the photographer and so these photographs may not be used unless a licence is first obtained from Hampshire County Council: see our guide to re-use of information.
Icons and Artwork
All icons, artwork and other graphical images within the www.hants.gov.uk domain are © Copyright Hampshire County Council, unless otherwise stated, under Section 17 of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
Hampshire County Council owns the copyright in its logotypes, coat of arms and all other promotional logos such as the "Discover Hampshire" and "Hampshire First For Business" logos. Unauthorised use of these by others is prohibited.
If you wish to link to any of our pages and require an icon to mark the link, you are welcome to use our small Hampshire rose icon.
Icons and other artwork produced by Hampshire County Council may be freely used by organisations whose web sites are hosted by the County Council, and by any other local authority or similar public body in the UK. Others interested in using this material should first apply to email@example.com.
Hampshire County Council is licensed by the Ordnance Survey to use their maps on this web site. Their maps are protected by Crown Copyright and are not to be used for unauthorised purposes. Ordnance Survey are prepared to grant licenses for the use of their intellectual property, and further information is available from them.
In some cases the maps have been created by Hampshire County Council and it owns the copyright. If you want to use these, see our guide to re-use of information.
Why Copyright is important
Copyright is important because it protects the interests of:
- those who create
- those who invest in creativity
Additional information available from the United Kingdom's Copyright Licensing Agency or International Federation of Reproduction Rights Organisations.