Horizon Imaging

Horizon Imaging photographs building in London with our telescopic mast to support a planning complaint

Horizon Imaging was recently commissioned to take some mast aerial photographs to support a planning complaint against a building extension in London. 
Apparently the wrong type of roofing tile was used during the construction of the extension, and there was concern from the local planning office that the building would look out of place in its surroundings. Horizon Imaging was asked to take a set of elevated photographs at ground, 1st and 2nd floor levels to simulate the views from the apartments opposite the property in question to assess the severity of the problem. 
Mast photographs taken in London to support a planning complaint against an extension which used the wrong type of roofing tile during its erection. 
Being fully-portable, our telescopic mast was quickly erected on the opposite pavement, and a variety of elevated photographs from multiple heights were then captured – two of which are shown on the right. The total time spent on site to capture a total of 24 images from three different locations was a little under an hour – ensuring the amount of disturbance to those using the pavements was kept to an absolute minimum. 
Do you need to obtain a set of elevated photographs to replicate the views from a nearby building? Or perhaps you want to see what the views will look like from a building that has yet to be constructed? Our fully-portable telescopic mast can be erected almost anywhere, and it can quickly replicate the views from buildings up to 3 stories in height. Have a question? Give us a call today and we would be delighted to discuss your requirements with you.