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    • Thanks dx100uk.   Not sure that I completely understand your reply, that said, thank you for taking the time to reply.   I did follow your link to the GDPR thread and Subject Access Requests. I can't remember if that was the term that the ICO used.    I am not sure that it would have been a SAR, my bank didn't insist that I apply in writing and ultimately it wasn't my bank that was being obtuse.   Then again, it may well be the case that the guy at the ICO did indeed use the term Subject Access Request. As I said,  I got a call from a 0300 number and decided to answer it, half in the expectation of it being a spam call.   So is SAR a direct consequence of GDPR? If yes, it is ironic that I am using to circumnavigate Lloyd banks flawed interpretation of the Data Protection Act.
    • CAB should never have said what they did.   If someone earns over the threshold, even if only 15p, yes in theory the whole amount will be reported as overpaid.    So yes you should expect a letter advising of a debt.   Suggest that your partner follows the appeal process and submits the mandatory reconsideration.  Put the arguments to a DWP Decision Maker. It might not change the decision already made, but worth giving it a go. Perhaps the CAB advisor who gave their opinion can assist.   Uniform is not an expenses that can be deducted in relation to earnings considered for benefit purposes. Your partner is employed and the employers should provide any uniform. Sounds a bit odd to deduct an amount for uniform and this should be queried with the employers. Not quite sure on the legality of the deduction.
    • Does your claimant commitment state to update journal or job application section of your account to provide the evidence?   If not, then written or even verbal would suffice. If the commitment isn't tight enough to state where to put your evidence then there is nothing they can do.
    • The onus is on the claimant to claim correctly. 15p or £2 over the limit is still over the limit.   You mention an alowable expense, where does it state uniform is allowable, it's normally travel, care fee's or pension contributions. Normally uniform is provided by the employer, so the DWP tend to ignore this.   Yes she will get a letter regarding paying it back, but she is lucky she isn't facing a fraud case.
    • Pardon late reply, had a busy last few days. I will make enquiries to the Council or Valuations Agency tomorrow when they are open.   I am a little apprehensive about getting the dentist involved although I wasn't warned about the new parking system at the time.   I have photos but will need to reduce the mb size of them as 4.5 mb is maximum upload on here. They will also need editing to blot out reg numbers etc.   I was given 28 days from CE to cough up after the POPLA decision and that will expire in a few days time. I intend to take this all the way and to save further action [e.g. debt collectors with the £100 rocketing to the thick end of a Grand]   write to CE and tell them take me straight to Court as all letters will be ignored.    There are 2 photos from my evidence previous post [Docs 1 pdf 2.81 mb] First is the view I had approaching car park to the right, this differs enormously from google street view.   Even with just 1 car in the carpark can you see any signs ? There is a small road sign in that photo too that was left behind following the roadworks and temporary traffic lights that hid the sign at the front.   Second photo is a view from where I parked no wonder I did not see it, in fact the angle is worse viewing from drivers seat as the pole is in line with the tree
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Got a Drone / Unmanned Aircraft and thinking of flying it in the UK or Abroad?

 

Here we will explain to you the UK Law on using Drones / Unmanned Aircraft and the Drones Code for safe flying that you need to follow.

 

Drones / Unmanned Aircraft have now become so popular in the UK and the laws relating to the flying of unmanned aircraft have evolved and there is now a UK Drone Code by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) which anyone flying a drone must adhere to.

 

CAA Flying Drones: https://www.caa.co.uk/Consumers/Model-aircraft-and-drones/Flying-drones/

 

Drone Code: http://dronesafe.uk/drone-code/

 

Drone Code - 400ft (120m)

 

SAFETY AWARENESS OF YOUR DRONE

 

Always keep your Drone in line of sight

 

Always stay below 400ft (120m) to comply with the drone code

 

AWARE OF YOUR DRONE AT ALL TIMES

 

Every time you fly your Drone you must follow the Manufacturers Instructions

 

You must keep the right distance from People and Property

--People & Properties - 150ft (50m)

--Crowds & Built up areas - 500ft (150m) don’t overfly

 

LEGAL

 

Legal responsibility every time you fly a Drone lies with YOU and failure to fly responsibly could result in a Criminal Prosecution

 

Stay well away from Aircraft, Airports & Airfields, if your Drone endangers the safety of an Aircraft it is a Criminal Offence

 

REMEMBER

 

Don’t fly near Airports or Airfield

Remember to stay below 400ft (120m)

Observe your drone at all times - stay 150ft (50m) away from People and Property

Never fly near Aircraft

Enjoy responsibly

 

Sources of Interest for other Countries

 

Australia

Australian Government Civil Aviation Authority - Flying Drones Link: https://www.casa.gov.au/aircraft/landing-page/flying-drones-australia

 

Austria

https://www.austrocontrol.at/en/aviation_agency/licenses__permissions/flight_permissions/rpas

 

Belgium

http://mobilit.belgium.be/nl/luchtvaart

 

Canada

https://www.tc.gc.ca/eng/civilaviation/drone-safety.html

 

Cyprus

http://www.mcw.gov.cy/mcw/dca/dca.nsf/All/BBFF6A8BE57D3C07C2257F45002657CC?OpenDocument&highlight=drones

 

Czech Republic

http://www.caa.cz/letadla-bez-pilota-na-palube/prehled-zakladnich-pozadavku-na-bezpilotni-systemy

 

Finland

http://www.trafi.fi/en/aviation/unmanned_aviation

 

France

http://www.developpement-durable.gouv.fr/Drones-civils-loisir-activite.html

 

Ireland

https://www.iaa.ie/general-aviation/drones

 

Italy

http://www.enac.gov.it/servizio/info_in_english/courtesy_translations/info-1220929004.html

 

Luxembourg

https://dac.public.lu/actualites/2014/2/General-conditions-for-unmanned-aircraft-system-_UAS_-operations-within-the-Luxembourg-airspace/index.html

 

Netherlands

https://www.ilent.nl/onderwerpen/transport/luchtvaart/dronevliegers/index.aspx

 

New Zealand

https://www.caa.govt.nz/rpas/index-2/#CAR

 

Norway

http://www.luftfartstilsynet.no/selvbetjening/allmennfly/Droner/Use_of_RPASDrones_in_Norway

 

Romania

http://www.caa.ro/stiri/guidelines-for-the-remotely-piloted-aircraft-systems-rpas-operation-within-the-romanian-airspace

 

Slovakia

http://letectvo.nsat.sk/letova-prevadzka/lietadla-sposobile-lietat-bez-pilota/

 

South Africa

http://www.caa.co.za/Pages/RPAS/Remotely%20Piloted%20Aircraft%20Systems.aspx

 

Sweden

http://www.transportstyrelsen.se/en/Aviation/Aircraft/UAS/

 

United States of America

https://www.faa.gov/uas/

 

 

 

Drones - Unmanned Aircraft Guidance.pdf

 


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New drone laws bring added protection for passengers

 

Laws will restrict drones from flying above 400 feet and within 1 kilometre of airport boundaries.

 

-- the government is introducing height limits to help make sure drones are used safely as the sector grows

-- limits around airports are being tightened up with new restrictions to prevent drones from causing harm

-- owners will have to register their drones and take online safety tests to improve accountability

 

New laws being introduced today (30 May 2018) will restrict all drones from flying above 400 feet and within 1 kilometre of airport boundaries.

 

Following a year-on-year increase in the report of drone incidents with aircraft – with 93 in 2017 - these measures will reduce the possibility of damage to windows and engines of planes and helicopters. The changes will come into effect on 30 July 2018.

 

READ MORE HERE: https://www.gov.uk/government/news/new-drone-laws-bring-added-protection-for-passengers


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