Code of Practice for Highway Lighting Management
- Roads Liaison Group
- TSO (The Stationery Office)
The importance of public lighting maintenance to the integrated transport network, to public amenity and safety, and to crime reduction, has never been more widely recognised.
The first of three codes of practice, Well-lit Highways provides local authorities with guidance on lighting management, creating a strong foundation for a positive and lasting road lighting maintenance policy.
Adoption of the recommendations will help the delivery of Best Value services and although this code is specifically intended for road lighting, the principles are equally applicable to other forms of exterior lighting.
The Code is intended to apply throughout the United Kingdom and seeks to harmonise public lighting maintenance practice whilst retaining scope for local discretion and diversity amongst devolved and local governments.
This code of practice details all aspects of highway lighting maintenance, from the objectives of the code and the management and practicalities of maintenance, to contracts and procurement. A detailed appendices section is also included.
|Format||Paperback||Published||30 Nov 2004|
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