I regularly see light fixed wing aircraft over my estate at well less than 120m, as measured with a laser range finder with angle compensation capacity. but apparently it's OK for full sized aircraft to break the rules, because reasons. dog help a model aircraft pilot. RPV fixed wing model aircraft are in my observation far more rare than multirotors because you generally can't buy them ready to go. they're also a lot harder to fly than a gyro and GPS stabilised drone that any idiot can get in the air. between the assistance required to build and successfully fly one, most people get exposed to the modelling community that already has a safety focused and conservative attitude towards preserving the hobby, so they learn the right sort of outlook. you don't get that exposure buying a DJI Spark from JB Hifi for $500. some dickhead had a drone over Flemington Racecourse yesterday.