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Stonehouse 31 provides UK councils with modern methods that are cost effective through the usage of drone technology.

Short Notice Security

Manned Guarding Within Just 2 Hours

Asset Protection

Active & Abandoned On-Site Protection

Drone Specialists

Protection, Surveys And Search-On-Site

Why Councils Choose Stonehouse 31

At Stonehouse 31, we have been providing innovative solutions to local authorities for many years. Our cutting-edge drone technology is revolutionising the way councils operate, and we are proud to be leading the way in this field.

Drones are an incredibly versatile tool for councils. From inspecting council-owned properties and monitoring construction sites to assessing road conditions and managing public events, drones can save councils both time and money while providing more accurate and comprehensive data.

We also carry out lamppost inspections through our drone technology where we individually check, record and report on over 50,000 lampposts for local councils. This cost-effective solution means the council doesn't have to close each road, climb to the top, record the data and climb back down.

Council Drone Usage

Our drones can provide high-resolution imagery of council-owned properties, allowing for a more detailed assessment of their condition. This information can be used to develop maintenance plans, prioritise repairs, and ensure that council properties are kept in good condition.

Drones can also be used to assess the condition of roads, bridges, and other infrastructure. By conducting aerial inspections, councils can identify issues such as cracks, potholes, and other damage before they become more severe, preventing costly repairs in the long run.

Another example of how councils can benefit from drone technology is the use of drones in managing public events. Drones can provide real-time footage of events, allowing council staff to monitor crowds, identify potential issues, and respond quickly to any emergencies.

Using drones for these types of activities is not only efficient and effective, but it can also be cost-effective for councils. Drones can cover a larger area in a shorter amount of time than traditional methods, reducing the need for manual labour and saving councils money in the process.

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