High Pad is a small-scale automatic drone delivery collection device, an architectural interface between a drone with a package, the host building or site with the recipient. It can be attached to any structure or in an open space or garden, can sense an approaching drone and registered package, deploying its unique collection system to catch and register the package. GPS and laser guidance systems guide the drone towards deployment. Unfolding from its resting position and the ‘petals’ open to catch the package. The drone approaches and ‘drops’ the package. RFID scanning inside, automatically logs the delivery, informs the recipient and deliver of receipt. The package is held inside the device until collected. It closes and folds back into its starting position. Now the delivered package is held inside its storage compartment, it’s ready to receive again. Sustainable, it will be powered using photovoltaic cells and batteries integrated into its design with a backup and emergency power. Part of a sustainable approach to the package delivery eco system, an attempt to reduce delivery road traffic, which might help calm our streets to return them back to nature, people and children. Electric powered trucks can hold many dozens of drones and packages, direct from the delivery warehouse, trucks drive to a deployment site, where they can hold and recharge. The deployment zone is fixed radius for the range of the delivery drones, inside this zone High Pad’s are tethered to the delivery zone to enable deployment, location and tracking.