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I am mindful of the comment made in the High Court judgement in Harris and Harris v Broads Authority (emphasis added):

“National Parks UK is an organisation which works to promote “the family of 15 National Parks”. It brings together the National Parks in England (9), Scotland (2) and Wales (3) as well as the Broads. Dr Packman explains (paragraph 31) that the phrase “Member of the National Park Family” is a term which has been applied to the Broads for a decade. In 2004 Dr Packman had discussions with the then Minister of State as to how the Authority could best brand and market the Broads. The Minister agreed that the Authority could use this phrase (paragraph 48). Mr. Nigel Giffin QC submits for the Defendant that there is no evidence of any objection being raised over the last 10 years or so to the use of the phrase “Member of the National Park Family”. Mr. Gregory Jones QC for the Claimants did not contradict that submission”

I do not want it ever to be said that there is no evidence of any objection being raised to the use of the phrase “Broads National Park”. I will object to it at every reasonable opportunity. Sometimes, as we’ve just discovered, it pays off.


"..for the avoidance of any doubt, the broads are not legally a national park and do not come under the national park legislation, and nor will they."
Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for DEFRA (Hansard 2015)

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