Consultations / Calls for Evidence / Surveys

This page is to help keep Members up to date with the current Consultations, Calls for Evidence & Surveys from various sources.

If you know of any that aren’t listed here, please let us know:


We invite all Members to take part in these Consultations, Calls for Evidence and Surveys. We will be doing so too and will share our responses below.

The ARPAS-UK Committee

May 2019


Statutory charges 2020/21 consultation: Closes 7 Feb 2020

Consultation Document Link

Link to Have Your Say


All Party Parliamentary Group on General Aviation

Lord Kirkhope Inquiry into UK Lower Airspace

ARPAS-UK’s Regulation Director, Rupert Dent, provided oral evidence on 5th February. ARPAS were the only pure drone organisation to provide evidence to the Inquiry.

Lord Kirkhope Inquiry July 2019



Drone Registration – Consultation

Opened 26 April 2019 & Closes 7 June 2019

Link to relevant CAA website

ARPAS-UK Submission: 190606_CAADroneRegistration_ARPAS Submission


E-Conspicuity Solutions – Call for Evidence

Opened 18 March 2019 & Closed 25 May 2019

Link to relevant CAA webpage. &  CAP1777_ElectronicConspicuity_Call

ARPAS-UK Submission: 190525_CAA_EConspicuity ARPAS submission

From the CAA: CAA Share the Air Conference 2019 ShareTheAirSlideDeck_JUNE2019_

From the CAA: Response to CAP 1776 Electronic Conspicuity: CAP1837ResponsetoElectronicConspicuityCallforEvidence


ARPAS-UK Response to DfT Publication:

Unlocking the UK’s High Tech Economy: Consultation on the Safe Use of Drones in the UK

Final Version, 14th March 2017



EASA CRT: Publication of NPA 2019-07 ‘Management of information security risks’

Please note that NPA 2019-07 ‘Management of information security risks’ is now open for consultation on the EASA website.

To place comments, please use the automated Comment-Response Tool (CRT) available at

The deadline for submission of comments is 27 Sep 2019.
Thank you for your interest in and contribution to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s rulemaking activities.


The Science & Technology Select Committee Inquiry:

On the Ethical and Safety Implications of the Growing use of Civilian drones, of all sizes, across the UK.

Submission deadline was 12/4/2019.

ARPAS-UK Submission: ARPAS UK Response to the Science and Technology Enquiry 2019 04 12

Oral evidence was submitted on 11/6/2019, with members of the Defence Select Committee attending too. Here is a transcript of the proceedings: 190614_S&TSCI_Transcript

Further written evidence supplied on 15/7/2019: 20190715 ARPAS UK followup submission to Select Committee