Street light work takes place in Gloucester over the next six weeks
Plans to upgrade street lights with LEDs in Elmbridge and Wotton areas of Gloucester will take place within the next six weeks.
The new lamps will use 70 per cent less power, will save about £17million over the next 25 years but there will be disruption when work takes place.
Gloucestershire County Council stated in a memo: “While access to properties will be maintained during this time, we may need to reduce pavement width and use barriers to ensure we can work safely.
“During this period, on-street parking may be affected. Residents and pedestrians are asked to be patient and we will do our best to minimise any inconvenience to you.”
Residents can ask questions about the plans on Tuesday, March 1, at Co-op, Cheltenham Road, from 3pm until 6pm.