A council in the South West is considering introducing a PSPO in order to ban the use of drones in public places.
it would introduce the prohibition under a Public Space Protection Order (PSPO), subject to evidence and a public consultation.
The 2014 Anti-Social Behaviour, Crime and Policing Act introduced PSPOs to help councils tackle anti-social behaviour, defined as anything which local authorities feel may have a ‘detrimental effect’ on the ‘quality of life’ of residents.
This is also to be followed in suit by other Councils over the UK.
The Rule of Precedent dictates legal systems place great value on deciding cases according to consistent principled rules so that similar facts will yield similar and predictable outcomes, and observance of precedent is the mechanism by which that goal is attained.
This is evident with the recent newspaper articles from all other local Councils repeating the same stance.
As the UK is a small country very little space is available for local to fly UAV.
In my view Local Law enforced by local Police will be introduced unless we act now.
Local Law can can only be introduced if we do not complain about the action or intention. It seems that Main government is using local government to make changes without our consent which they can not make at a high level.
Just my View.
So I made this video for entertainment and hope people see that US drone pilots are normal people LOL just trying to make a nice video, or fly in a race. Well this is my contribution.
People take the word "DRONE" to Seriously