Copyright Salford City Council
All text, photographic images, icons, artwork, graphic images or other materials within the www.salford.gov.uk, www.insalford.com and www.visitsalford.info domains unless otherwise stated are © copyright Salford City Council or other third parties under Section I of the Copyright, Designs and Patents Act 1988.
Salford City Council owns the copyright in its logo, coat of arms and all other promotional logos which appear on this website or elsewhere. Unauthorised use of these by others is prohibited. The Salford City Council logo is a registered trademark (number 2385496) under the Trade Marks Act 1994.
Re-use of textual content of this website
The council has no objection to the use of the text for the purposes of any personal or educational use or private research. (You may find our printer-friendly page facility useful for this purpose.)
If you use any of our web pages (in full or in part) in any documentation or report, we would appreciate appropriate recognition of the origin (that is, to Salford City Council) be documented, together with a link to our home page at www.salford.gov.uk.
Any use of these pages for any commercial purpose is not authorised unless a licence is first obtained from Salford City Council by applying to email@example.com. Unauthorised use may constitute an infringement of the council's or a third party's right.
See also: Guidance on linking to our websites
Copyright in respect of published planning applications
The Copyright Acts (Section 47, 1988 Act) protects plans, drawings and material submitted to Salford City Council for the purpose of obtaining planning consent.
You may only use material that is downloaded and/or printed from this website for consultation purposes, to compare current applications with previous schemes and to check whether developments have been completed in accordance with approved plans.
Further copies must not be made without the prior permission of the copyright owner (which may not be Salford City Council).
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.
This page was last updated on 17 March 2010