Street light not working outside 12 Arnold Way
Reported in the Street lighting category anonymously at 23:44, Wednesday 30 January 2019
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later
I reported this light in December and it was fixed for a couple of days, then went out again. We went out this evening on foot and it was pitch black and impossible to see where we were going.
I have reported this light twice now. This light is fixed for a few days and then switched off again. I now believe it is a cost saving rather than a fault on the light. Please can you find another light to switch off as this light is at the very end of the road and without it, the top end of Arnold Way is in total darkness and therefore hazardous to pedestrians.
Posted anonymously at 15:23, Thursday 14 February 2019
Bungalows in conduit hill rise, 21 and 19 are blinded when light on because the lamp head should point towards the street. It needs to be rotated 90 degrees or shield fitted. A bright beam directed to our houses very annoying. Thank you.
Posted anonymously at 14:10, Tuesday 23 April 2019
When can we expect a response to report of incorrect orientation of light head ?
Posted anonymously at 05:20, Wednesday 8 May 2019
As this was an open fault on our system any updates you have made have not been sent through to the Street Lighting team. We apologise for the lack of response however we have now requested our inspector for Thame investigates and responds
State changed to: Investigating
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 12:27, Wednesday 22 May 2019
Please ease ensure that the inspector is aware of the top LED head light needing re-alignment to prevent light pollution in adjacent Conduit Hill Rise. It requires to be rotated 90 degrees.....
Posted anonymously at 19:56, Thursday 23 May 2019
Thank you for your report, to enable us to log the fault to the correct unit can you please advise using the attached map the street light number you are referring to. If the unit is not on the map this would not be owned/maintained by Oxfordshire County Council and would need to be reported to the developer/landowner direct. Unfortunately we do not keep records of private lights.
Posted anonymously at 15:03, Tuesday 28 May 2019
Provide an update