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Drone Service Kelso

From Photography and Video Production to inspections, 3D modeling and drone surveying including topographic, stockpile volumes and cut/fill analysis.


Visual Pursuit provides both Ground and Drone Photography/Video Services.

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Drone Survey, Inspection, Photography & Film Service in Kelso

Trusted by Serco Group and Inverclyde Council.

Visual Pursuit provides Land and Structure Surveys, Inspections, Site Progress Tracking, 3D Modeling, Photography and Film Services. We use commercial grade drones and cameras, enabling us to provide stunning photography and help to reduce construction and project costs.


We are VAT registered, ConstructionLine and SSIP accredited and are approved by the Civil Aviation Authority for commercial drone work.


Visual Pursuit is a Scottish born company founded in 2017 and supplies services nationwide, throughout Scotland, England and overseas.

Aerial Photography & Surveys

Our team of specialists look forward to working with you, whether you require an single service or multiple, we work closely with you to deliver the best possible results.

Our Services

Industrial Drone Service

Visual Pursuit offers industrial drone solutions for inspections, surveys and visual line-of-site surveys of communication towers. These methods are fast, cost-effective and can be used to perform routine inspections and surveys.

We inspect bridges, communication masts, and wind farms both onshore and offshore. We can reduce the carbon footprint using drones compared to traditional methods.

We can provide industrial services tailored to your needs. Please call or email us to find out what drones can do for you.

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ConstructionLine & SSIP (Safety Schemes in Procurement)

As a drone company, being a Constructionline member and having SSIP accreditation offer several benefits. Firstly, Constructionline membership streamlines the pre-qualification process, saving us time and effort in demonstrating our compliance with industry standards, such as health and safety, technical capabilities, and financial stability. This can improve our chances of winning contracts and gaining access to a wide range of construction projects.

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Based in Scotland and regularly travel throughout Scotland & England, delivering services in both cities and rural areas.

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Frequently Asked Questions - FAQ's

Visual Pursuit pride themself in their flexibility and experience. Below you'll find a list of questions we are often asked by new and existing clients.

Top 10 FAQ's

  1. What services do you offer with your drones?

    • We offer a wide range of drone services, including aerial photography, videography, mapping, surveying, inspections, agricultural monitoring, site progress reporting, film services and more.

  2. Are your drone pilots licensed and certified?

    • Yes, all our drone operators/pilots are licensed by the Civil Aviation Administration (CAA) and operate under Visual Pursuit's Operational Authorisation hold. They hold all necessary certifications, ensuring knowledgeable, safe and professional operations.

  3. Do you provide drone service across the full UK?

    • Yes, Visual Pursuit's offices are based in Glasgow however provides nationwide coverage including Scottish islands with trained operator dotted around the country.

  4. How do I request a drone service from your company?

    • You can request a drone service by filling out the contact form or by contacting our customer support team directly on 0141 478 0105. We'll respond promptly and discuss your project requirements.

  5. Are you ConstructionLine & SSIP Accredited?  (Safety Schemes in Procurement)

    • Yes, safety is at the forefront of our company. Constructionline demonstrates our compliance with industry standards, such as health and safety, technical capabilities, and financial stability. SSIP accreditation demonstrates our commitment to maintaining high levels of health and safety. Find out more on the About Us Page.

  6. Can your drones fly indoors as well as outdoors?

    • Yes, our drones and operators are capable of flying in both indoor and outdoor environments, offering versatility for various projects.

  7. What safety measures do you have in place to ensure secure and reliable operations?

    • Safety is paramount to us. We follow strict operational protocols, conduct pre-flight checks, adhere to aviation regulations, and carry Combined Liability insurance for additional peace of mind.

  8. How far and how high can your drones fly?

    • The flight range and altitude vary depending on the location of flight due to obstructions. The maximum distance we are permitted to fly is 500m/1640ft and reach altitudes up to 400 feet above ground level in compliance with CAA guidelines.

  9. Do you offer drone photography and videography services?

    • Yes, we provide high-quality drone photography and videography services for a wide range of applications, including events, marketing, estate agents and weddings.

  10. What types of industries do you provide drone services for?

    • We cater to various industries, including real estate, construction, agriculture, infrastructure, environmental monitoring, and insurance, among others.

What Makes Kelso Special

Kelso is a charming market town located in the Scottish Borders region of Scotland. It is known for its historic abbey, Georgian architecture, and beautiful surrounding countryside. Kelso offers a range of outdoor activities, including fishing on the River Tweed and exploring the nearby Floors Castle.

When it comes to football, Kelso United FC is the local club. They participate in the East of Scotland Football League, which is a regional league in the Scottish football pyramid. The club's home matches take place at Woodside Park.

Kelso is well-connected to other towns and cities in the Scottish Borders. The A698 road runs through the town, connecting it to Jedburgh and Hawick. The A699 road provides access to Melrose and the wider Borders region.

Drones are used in Kelso for various purposes. In agriculture, drones are employed for crop monitoring and precision farming. They capture aerial imagery that helps farmers assess crop health, identify potential issues, and optimize farming practices. Drones also play a role in land surveying and mapping projects, providing valuable data for land management and development.


Commercial grade drones allow us to collect highly accurate data, as well as stunning photographs and videos.

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