Poor lighting following replacement head unit
Reported via desktop in the Street lighting category anonymously at 09:43, Tue 11 May 2021
Sent to Oxfordshire County Council less than a minute later
Previous logged but has since been closed, but not by me,so re-logging again as new light is rubbish. The old yellow light was replaced with a white led light. The spread and coverage of the new light is no where near the level of the old light.It needs replacing with a higher lumen value or an extra lamp post installed as the the current light does not even reach house nos 8,9. Most residents are in their 70's/80's so good lighting helps prevent falls/trips. With current light it's a burglars dream. It might be good as a footpath light but is not a street lamp.
Council ref: 2718442
Asset ID: 030449
Column number: 004
Sorry regarding the issue here, i think as the old lantern was a different style the light isnt getting to the same areas, ive ordered a lantern called a TRT Challis which is the same style as the one before just an LED equivalent. The older style is unfortunately obsolete now. As soon as this arrives i will arrange for it to be fitted, apologies again for the inconvenience this has caused.
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 15:37, Wed 12 May 2021
A new lantern/head,different to the standard led type, was eventually fitted ,last year,which was brilliant 2 days ago they replaced all 4 lamposts, with led heads. So now back to the original problem of dim light around No.4. Can a TRT Challis be fitted as in previous resolution.?
Posted anonymously at 09:00, Thu 10 November 2022
Apologies for this, the lanterns have been replaced as part of a major LED conversion scheme
Ive asked our contractors to install the previous lantern back at this location, any furthe rissues please feel free to contact
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 16:34, Thu 10 November 2022
Hi Sorry for this and thanks for the report. They have all be bulk changed as part of the county wide LED scheme. I have asked if a TRT can be refitted here to resolve the issue, sorry again for the inconvenience
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 08:26, Fri 11 November 2022
I'm afraid these new led lights are useless, especially no.4. You cannot see the 2 houses at the end of road on a dark night, let alone the kerb.
Posted anonymously at 17:16, Monday 9 January 2023
Apologies we have ordered a new lantern , this has taken sometime to get to us but will be similar to what was fitted prior, apologies again for the inconvenience here
Posted by Oxfordshire County Council at 14:32, Tuesday 10 January 2023
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