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Front Garden Lamp-Post


brummydave

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brummydave

A customer asked what was involved in putting a lamppost in his front garden. He'd heard that it might not be allowed due to dazzling drivers, or building regs or something. It would be a decorative 3m high sort, not your normal highway type!

 

Can anybody, erhum, shed light or wisdom on this kind of install please?

 

Thanks!

 

 

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Sharpend

Providing it's not a halogen spot light then don't really see the problem. ??

If it's for decoration then it should only have a low watt decorative lamp.

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binky

have you seen peoples Xmas lights....

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Murdoch

A call to local planning may be in order - but would this comes under "highways"??

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Andy™

providing its not going to be too bright on traffic etc outside the property, just fit it

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Evans Electric

Just do it  Dave as long as its on the customer's property.       There has been a few of the old 500 watt Tungsten Halogen spots glaring straight at traffic that no one did anything about  so should be fine.

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