Yorke Peninsula Council has contracted National Drones to undertake aerial photography of Point Turton later this month.
Council will trial drones as an alternative mapping method instead of the current fixed wing flyover service.
Residents may notice the drone more prominently as it will fly over the town at 90 metres instead of 4,500 metres, like a fixed wing aircraft usually would.
The imagery captured during the exercise will be used for council services such as having up to date information when assessing development applications or planning and approving other infrastructure related works.
Photography of the Point Turton township will begin on Thursday June 20.
For more information, contact Jeff Craigie of National Drones on 0477 883 151 or email [email protected]
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