Oh look, it’s Devonshires, droning on again…
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s a surveyor (or other building professional)!
Landowners, property professionals, developers and contractors are now taking to the skies when it comes to carrying out surveys and inspections. But there’s a whole new area of law that you’ll need to get to grips with before you can go ‘up, up and away’.
Read our latest issue of ITL to find out more.
Our ITL library is bursting with past issues ranging from ‘what to look for when inspecting a site’ through to ‘what collateral warranties are and why we need them’ so why not take a look.
For further information please contact Neil Toner, Partner, Head of Real Estate at Devonshires.
For each issue of ITL, we also run a quiz. Our Drones quiz has now closed, but why not test your knowledge anyway (note: answers are also below!):
Q1: RPAS, in the context of drones, stands for:
(A) Remotely Piloted Air System
(B) Randomly Piloted Antenna System
(C) Rapid Powered and Safe
Q2: The principal regulatory authority for drones in the UK is:
(A) UKAA (UK Airports Authority)
(B) CAA (Civil Aviation Authority)
(C) TPA (Trains, Planes & Automobiles)
Q3: What, roughly, is the maximum take-off weight of an Airbus A380-800 Super Jumbo?
(A) 320,000 kg
(B) 560,000 kg
(C) 380,800 kg
Q1: (A) Remotely Piloted Air System
Q2: (B) CAA (Civil Aviation Authority
Q3: (B) 560,000 kg