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Street Lighting

Street Lighting

Street LightingIf you spot a fault with a street light such as an unlit lamp at night or one which is lit during the day in your neighbourhood, let us know.

Supply details of the town, street, number on the lamp post, adjacent property/landmark, type of fault, your name and phone number (just in case we need to contact you).

Street lighting's Energy Saving Initiative starts in April 2014.

Report a street light fault online

Report a damaged or potentially dangerous street light fault 

Emergency Reporting

Street lighting emergencies are only situations where there is either electrical or structural danger, lights being out does not constitute an emergency.

If you feel there is a genuine emergency as described above,  please contact the police if outside of office hours, all other faulty lights can be reported  at the top of this page.

Street lights shown on a map

Street lights shown on a map

Frequently Asked Questions

How are street light faults repaired?.
What happens in an emergency?.
Who monitors street lights?.
How are the lights maintained?.

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This page was last reviewed 31 July 2014 at 13:50.
The page is next due for review 27 January 2016.