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Dear Cornwall Council,
Am I allowed to fly a drone over castle an Dinas quarry

Yours faithfully,

Michael Jane

Dear Cornwall Council,

Please can I have an update

Yours faithfully,

Michael Jane

Freedom Of Information Mail, Cornwall Council

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Dear Freedom Of Information Mail,


Yours sincerely,

Michael Jane

CORMAC Customer Relations,

Information Classification: CONTROLLED


Dear Mr Jane


Thank you for your email dated 23^rd August 2022 which has been forwarded
for our attention.


You will be allowed to fly a drone over the quarry only if you are able to
conform with the following:


• We are assuming that you have the necessary permissions in place with
local airports / aviation authorities as per our own equipment
permissions and that of our contractors.
• Due to health and safety reasons, you will not be allowed to fly the
drone over the quarry whilst it is operational.
• You do not have permission to personally operate / fly the drone
within the quarries operational boundaries either whilst the quarry is
operational or out of hours.
• Any loss or damage to the drone is at your own risk.
• If the drone were to land / crash within the boundaries of the
operational quarry, you would not have permission to enter site and
retrieve it.


Kind regards


Steve Trevor

Head of Aggregates & Recycling

[1][email address] | Tel: 0300 1234 222




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