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Street Lighting and Street Name Plates
If you have discovered a broken street light or street name plate sign please click on the form link button above so we can arrange to repair the fault.
Street lights include all forms of lighting which are maintained by the City Council and are intended to illuminate roads and/or pavements. The most common types are the standard lamps found mostly on pavements, but faults with all other forms of street lighting may be reported. Street lights usually have an asset ID number on the column which may be on a sticker, or painted on. If you can provide this number, it will enable us to locate the faulty item more accurately.
Street name plates are the wall or column-mounted metal signs giving the name of the street (and often the post code), but do not include requests for new signs, for example 'No Ball Games' signs.
When obtaining details about the fault, please ensure you do not put yourself or anyone else in danger.