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Pointing out holes in their wall might get them bricked up..
Looks good to me.Would you mind if I use that in any correspondence I may need to write?
How will they brick them up?The bylaws are from 1965 and they don't own the airspace ...
I think that you will find that they already have, as far as I am aware the default position, if local rules are not in place, is unpowered flight only on NT land.Quote:The National Trust welcomes non-powered model flying on its land, recognising that the activity seldom causes significant disturbance, provided particular care is taken with regard to other visitors, livestock and birds.
But my point is they don't control the airspace ... That's the CAAs job ...
Yes, there is no point in contacting the CAA ... They already state I can fly The national trust are trying to control the airspace over there property. It's not there's to control
if you land or crash in the land you need permission from the land owner to retrieve it
Its my honest opinion that lobbying has been carried out by commercial operators to the NT... "warning" of the dangers of rogue drone operators on their land... purely to protect their own interests.
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