The owners of Braehead shopping centre in Scotland have tonight revealed details of their new photography policy, set to be rolled out to 11 centres across the UK.

The move followed widespread publicity and a Facebook campaign backed by thousands after amateur photographer Chris White was quizzed over pictures he had taken of his daughter.

In a statement released to AP, Capital Shopping Centres (CSC) said: ?The policy allows photography, for personal and non-commercial use, to be taken of families and friends, and of the shopping centre generally.?

CSC added: ‘CSC has listened to the very public debate surrounding our photography policy. We have now finalised the details and have today (14 October 2011) issued the CSC photography policy to our 11 directly owned shopping centres.

‘We now have one consistent policy across all our centres.’

‘We have also sent this policy to our three centres owned in partnership with, and operated by, other companies, who have confirmed that this is reflective of their policies.’

The policy has now been published on the CSC website.

White was due to meet with Braehead shopping centre management today, to discuss its new photography policy, but this has been ‘postponed’ until a later date.