I was flying in my local park yesterday away from people and minding my own business when I was stopped by a council worker saying they were land enforcement officers. They said that in order to fly there I needed to provide a risk assessment, proof of public liability insurance, a mission statement, and a record of flying experience. There are no signs at the park saying you cant fly rc, and they weren`t able to offer any other explantation. I asked if there was other parks I could use and was told No until i had provided that info. Has anyone else heard of this. I aware that there might be local bylaws but I thought there needed to be signs up etc.