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Inadequate street lighting

Reported in the Street lighting category anonymously at 09:59, Mon 21 December 2015

Sent to Wellington City Council 1 min later.

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There is street lighting on this road, but only one light and at night it can be quite difficult to navigate. This is potentially dangerous - last week we had a serious injury as a result as someone tumbled down a bank and seriously damaged their face and teeth.

More issues nearby


Streets are too dark and dangerous to run or walk when sun goes down: Hatton street near no 16A. The small foot path (uphill) going from Karori Road to Fancout Street, leading to Karori Angican Church. Makara Road in between Allington Rd junction to St Anselems Union Church, there is an area that is very dark due to overgrown trees. One side of the friend street around No 27. Homewood Ave foot path near No 1 to 11. Karoi Park is so dark is unusable. Please attend to those as soon as possible. Thanks
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