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  • 1. Street Lighting<br />
  • 2. Facts and figures<br />£1.8m each year is spent on electricity for street lighting (The equivalent of 1700 kettles running 24 hrs a day / 7 days a week / 365 days a year)<br />This includes:<br />51,000 streetlight columns<br />6,100 lit signs &amp; bollard<br />3,500 traffic signal heads<br />Also included in that cost are 150 CCTV cameras<br />
  • 3. Top street lighting related service requests in 2009/10<br />
  • 4. What residents say / expect<br />Looking after Street Lights is one of residents top Highways priorities <br />72% of residents are satisfied with the way street lights are looked after in Kirklees<br />Residents prefer white light to yellow / orange light<br />Residents expect street lights to be well maintained and kept in good working order<br />Residents expect that any faults will be repaired within 24 hours and definitely no longer than one week<br />
  • 5. Resident suggestions including your voice and climate change research<br />Have a rolling inspection programme because Kirklees shouldn’t rely on residents to report problems<br />Turn street lights off at night … (your voice link)<br />Solar or wind powered street lighting<br />Turn off alternate street lights after 10pm <br />Movement sensitive street lights<br />Street lights activated by infra red<br />
  • 6. How colours look in white and yellow/orange light<br />
  • 7. What residents say / expect (vox pops)<br />Resident vox pops<br />Councillor vox pops<br />Visitors to the area vox pops<br />Partner vox pops (community safety)<br />
  • 8. Video /day in the life (ideas)<br />Street lighting gang<br />Maintenance inspection<br />From report to repair<br />Trial of remote dimming technology<br />
  • 9. Report a faulty street light<br />Test out our new online reporting system …<br />
  • 10. New technology<br />Solar bollards<br />No need for an electrical supply so we save energy and reduce carbon. They are flexible and designed to self right after a collision<br />LeafNut total control system for street lights<br />Uses ground-breaking wireless technology to monitor and dim street lights. The LeafNut system allows us to reduce light levels at particular times, rather than switching lights off.<br />LED lights<br />Offer low energy and carbon emissions compared to traditional light sources as well as reduced maintenance. They also have a longer lifetime than other street lights mention increased lifetime - they are built to last for 100,000hrs! <br />

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