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Drone flying low over Liphook (again) - 16 Oct, 4.00pm
- Paul (16th Oct 2020  16:15:12)

Yet again, a drone flying low over Liphook this afternoon. Across the green, hovering over the Berg.

From what I can see, it then landed in the Berg - approximately Shepherds Way, Willow Gardens area.

Not a problem if you fly legally, but low flying over the centre is in breach of CAA regulations. You have to be located!

Re: Drone flying low over Liphook (again) - 16 Oct, 4.00pm
- James (16th Oct 2020  17:34:16)

Did the drone operator break the law?

Re: Drone flying low over Liphook (again) - 16 Oct, 4.00pm
- paul (16th Oct 2020  21:18:46)

Maybe an estate agent that is allowed to make video's of property for sale.

Re: Drone flying low over Liphook (again) - 16 Oct, 4.00pm
- Paul (16th Oct 2020  22:38:46)

@James - I believe so. It was a low flight over a residential area, and assuming it’s launched from the Berg it could not be seen in flight by the operator. It gets flown from the Berg to the opposite side of the Square.

It has been making low passes over properties and the centre for several months now.

Both these actions are in breach of the CAA drone pilot regulations which all licensed pilots are obliged to follow for safe operation.

I have no objection to drone use within the regulations. This is being done in breach of CAA regulations.

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