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Oxford,
24
October
2017
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08:44
Europe/London

Streetlight improvement scheme focuses on Oxford

Oxfordshire County Council’s £3.8m programme to improve 3,200 streetlights in the county continues in Oxford from October 23

The streetlights are being replaced with new steel columns and higher quality LED light solution which also reduces energy and future on-going maintenance requirements.

The streets where work is scheduled to take place from Monday, October 23 are:

ASHVILLE WAY

BEARS HEDGE

COBDEN CRESCENT

COMFREY ROAD

EDITH ROAD

PEEL PLACE

ROSE HILL SERVICE ROAD

ROWNEY PLACE

THAMES STREET FOOTPATH

WARBURG CRESCENT

BARTON VILLAGE ROAD

BASSETT ROAD

BRAMPTON ROAD

BROOKFIELD CRESCENT

BROOKSIDE

CHOLESBURY GRANGE

COLTERNE CLOSE

CROTCH CRESCENT

The finance for the scheme as a whole comes from a £2.8m central Government grant and £1m of Oxfordshire County Council capital funding.

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