Gazette logo re-use policy

As the official public record, the information on The Gazette website is free and available for anyone to research, use and re-use under the terms of the Open Government Licence v3.0. However, please note that this licence does not cover the re-use of personal data. For further information, please see our privacy policy.

The Gazette actively encourages other websites to link to our website; it not only helps us raise awareness of the rich amount of data our digital archives hold, but you can be confident that any Gazette web address you point to will remain in place for generations to come. For further information please see our linking policy.

Information is published by The Gazette either because there is a legislative requirement to do so, or because the information within a notice is deemed in the UK’s public interest to make available in the public domain. As a result, The Gazette logo is a valuable asset, celebrating a strong history as an authoritative and trusted source of information, and must not be altered or modified in any way.

While the Open Government Licence v3.0 encourages the use and re-use of information available under this licence freely and flexibly, it does not include the re-use or replication of The Gazette logo on any published material or website without the prior permission of The Stationery Office (TSO), acting on behalf of The National Archives. For clarity, the term ’Gazette logo’ refers to the following image examples:

      standalone logo                                  gazette strapline logo                  
Example without strapline                              Example with strapline

This includes, but is not limited to, logo versions in mono, reverse colour, or where additional text or straplines have been added, such as ‘official public record’, ‘working with’ or ‘sponsored by’, or to denote a particular edition, such as ‘Edinburgh edition’, ‘Belfast edition’, or ‘London edition’, or variations of the logo design for social media purposes.

While we welcome the opportunity to increase brand awareness of The Gazette, TSO has a duty to ensure that this is done in an appropriate and authoritative manner, and therefore all requests to re-use The Gazette Logo must be approved by TSO prior to use.  Currently, the following companies and organisations have been approved to re-use The Gazette logo:

              Company      Re-use type  Date approved
              The National Will Register      Working with  23/02/2015
              Chorus Law/Simplify      Working with  23/02/2015
              Landmark FAS      Working with  23/02/2015
              Resources4schools      Stand-alone logo  19/03/2015
              Today's Wills & Probate      Working with  11/05/2015
              Buckinghamshire Libraries      Stand-alone logo  13/11/2017
              RMCSC      Working with  12/08/2019

To make an enquiry to re-use The Gazette logo within your published information, please contact The Gazette’s customer services team on +44 (0)333 200 2434, or email, and we will be happy to discuss your requirements and where appropriate, agree terms under which the logo can be re-used, and submit this for approval by The National Archives.

Unfortunately, we cannot monitor the content or published material of all companies and websites. Therefore, if you believe that The Gazette logo is being used inappropriately or specifically to mislead, deceive or misrepresent in any capacity, please contact The Gazette customer service team on +44 (0)333 200 2434, or email