Commissioned Aerial Photography
As we are familiar with most areas of the British Isles, we can quickly locate and assess any site you may ask us to photograph. Our whole approach to commissioned aerial photography and survey work is geared to working closely with clients to achieve the optimum result, so the better idea a client can provide of their objectives, or why the photographs may be required, the easier it is for us to satisfy as many of the client’s requirements as possible.

For Example – the aerial photography of a potential site for a large new supermarket, with its associated petrol station and parking areas in a traditional industrial town such as St. Helens, Middlesbrough, or Scunthorpe would aim to identify a different set of positive and negative locational factors than the aerial photography for a sizeable upmarket housing development in the same area.

Similarly, the aerial photography required to help plan how a large tower block in say central Manchester might be demolished with minimal affect on the surrounding buildings and replaced with new developments, would be carried out to illustrate a different set of environmental factors than say the redevelopment of a more open, and possibly contaminated brownfield industrial site in a similar inner city area.

Our Aerial Photography Library
The Aerial Photography Solutions photo-library also holds a wide variety of high quality aerial images which illustrate the varied character and functions of:

Cities – such as Inverness, Aberdeen, Dundee, Stirling, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Carlisle, Preston, Newcastle, Sunderland, Durham, Manchester, Salford, Liverpool, Chester, Birmingham, Wolverhampton; Coventry, Swansea, Cardiff and Bristol.

Large Towns – such as Peterhead, Fraserburgh, Perth, Glenrothes, Kirkcaldy, Falkirk, Livingston, Motherwell, Airdrie, Paisley, East Kilbride, Ayr, Blyth, Gateshead, Barrow-in-Furness, Blackpool, St. Helens, Birkenhead, Burslem, Tunstall, Llandudno, Caernarfon, Port Talbot, Barry, Newport, Cheltenham and many others.

Smaller Settlements – such as Aviemore, Fort William, Oban, St. Andrews, Callander, Pitlochry, Arbroath, Lanark, Berwick-on-Tweed, Hawick, Galashiels, Morpeth, Barnard Castle, Workington, Whitehaven, Kendal, Ellesmere Port, Llanrwst, Conwy, Barmouth, Aberystwyth, Llangollen, Blaenau Ffestiniog, Porthmadog, Tenby, Barry and others too numerous to list here.

Features of the Natural and Built Environment – such as mountains, hills, valleys, rivers and streams, lakes, lochs and reservoirs, marshes, beaches, cliffs, islands, mines and quarries, landfill and recycling sites, castles, stately homes and other historical features, canals, railways, roads and motorways, airports, wind farms, power stations, oil refineries and chemical works, steel works, old industrial landscapes, modern factories and warehouses, retail parks, various ages of housing development, all forms of sports facilities and many others.