Whilst surfing the 'net, I saw a bit on the CAA website (relevant bits shown below) https://www.caa.co.uk/Consumers/Unmanned-aircraft/Our-role/An-introduction-to-unmanned-aircraft-systems/
" Beyond the Visual Line Of Sight (BVLOS) of the person flying the aircraft . . .
BVLOS flight will normally require either: ( a number of other options, then this)
clear evidence that the intended operation will have ‘no aviation threat’ and that the safety of persons and objects on the ground has been properly addressed.
So, if I write a risk assessment stating I will be flying along a deserted piece of seafront, BVLOS, but with a clear ability to see approaching aircraft, and at an appropriate height/ distance from people / buildings, then the flight is lawful ?
Your thoughts please