We aim to keep you up to date with our work as well as any developments in the Broads within our news, events and publications pages.
You can also access the Broads brand guidelines and our gallery of quality photos.
We keep you updated on all our latest news covering everything from press releases to notices on consultations or asset sales.
All enquiries from the media about our work or matters relating to the Broads should be directed to the press office either by phoning 01603 610734 or emailing our head of communications Lorna Marsh. If you are not a journalist please use our contact us page.
The Broads is Britain's magical waterland. This brand was developed in partnership with Broads Tourism to give the area a consistent, clear and recognisable visual identity which would benefit the tourism industry. The Broads National Park brand guidelines to accompany the Broads National Park logo are for use by anyone producing materials carrying the Broads brand and are designed to be practical and useful. They are arranged in sections, which deal with the key elements of the visual identity and its application:
The final section includes examples of themed messages and text you may like to use for your own marketing purposes. You are welcome to use all elements of this toolkit free of charge on any publication or website without infringing copyright.
You must not sell the supplied photographs or share them. Please read the guidelines carefully, and apply them consistently.
Images used to support the Broads brand should be simple, uncluttered and focused on one main subject. Collages, heavy image manipulation and landscapes with washed-out skies should all be avoided. A number of suitable royalty-free images are available in our photo gallery for you to use free of charge. Please credit: Broads Authority.
We publish a number of different key documents online from magazines featuring what's on in the Broads to detailed conservation reports, with the aim of meeting the needs of a wide range of different audiences who want to find out more about the area and our work. These are split into general interest, conservation, planning and boating publications and reports.