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Street lights’ pollution cut for Hove
7:00am Tuesday 29th January 2013 in News
A street is to have an energy-saving facelift.
Brighton and Hove City Council has allocated money to install new energy-efficient lights in New Church Road, Hove.
The local authority said the existing columns have reached the end of their useful and economic life span.
The new lanterns, which minimise light spill, will dim by 50% between midnight and 6am. The works are due to start soon and should be completed by the end of March. Ward councillor Graham Cox said: “We have been assured that the new columns will be sited sympathetically in relation to property frontages.
“Similar lights have already been installed in Holland Road, north from the Floral Clock, and Nevill Road if you want to see what these improvements look like.”
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